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Hancock Reunion News - August 28 - 2009

The following was copied from a letter sent from Dale Hancock...

Just a note to catch up and let the ones that missed this year's reunion know that you were deeply missed. We're set to have it at Lake Murry State Park again next year -- same weekend (Aug. 14-15). Mark your calendars. The facility that we used allows us to bring in outside food, snacks, etc.

Gene Hancock tells us that those of you with campers, 5th wheel trailers, etc, can stay a couple miles north of the lodge for around $20/per night.

We had a little "Hancock Trivia" which was both fun and educational. I have included a copy for your enjoyment. (Study up Sherry, some of the questions will show up again next year.) Tom Davis proved to be the smartest Hancock in attendance. (However, we did grade our own test.)

Some people glitter and shine but these folks are pure gold. I think I can speak for everyone there. We truly treasure each and every minute we had to share with each of you. For the examples you have given us to live by, we call you the legacy generation. You inspire us to live better and appreciate our heritage. WE SAY THANK YOU!

The Legacy Generation

The Legacy Generation

A similar image was substituted for the one Dale sent

2009 Reunion Photos from Rex McAnally


Click on the picture below to open the video album on Picasaweb. Then click on each picture there to play the video.

2009_HancockReunionVideo

Benjamin Lewis (B.L.) Hancock Family

While looking though an old folder of family history papers, I came across "The Benjamin Lewis Hancock Family of Texas and Oklahoma" written by Estelle Hancock McCombs. I have included the text below, with the family tree details applied to the linked family pages. It may take a while to publish all the information, so check back or drop me a comment on the Contact page if you see something missing.

Happy Birthday Caroline!

August 18 is Caroline's 84th birthday this year. Happy birthday!

The George F. Hancock Family Book

This book is based on the George and Lillie May Hancock family tree, and hopefully, eventually containing sections for each decedent or decedent family. We will expand each section with information and pictures about that person or family.

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