1878-9 Texas Business Directory
Available at Familysearch.org. It lists the following businesses for Honey Grove.
Agricultural Implements: Donaldson, J.S. & Co.
Blacksmiths: Woodson, J.P.
Boot & Shoe Dealers: Walcott, B. S. & Son
Boot and Shoe Manufacturers and Makers: Frey, Chas.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods: Brin, S. & H.; McKee, J. B.
Druggests: Bramlett, S. E.; Dailey, G. A.
Dry Goods: McKee, J. B.
General Merchants: Brin, S. & H.; Underwood, W.; Wood, B. G. & Son; Walcott, B. S. & Son; Yarbrough, T. B.
Groceries: Allen, J. R.; LaMaster, L. C.; McDonald, J. C.; Masters, L. C.; Patty, J. W. & Co.; Underwood, W.; Wood, B. F. & Son; Walcott, B. S. & Son
Hardware: Sanders, J. C.
Harness Makers: Barnett & Hale
Hat Makers: Brin, S. & H
Lawyers: Carpenter, G. A.; Wills, G. W.
Lumber Dealers: Long & Gwaltney
Mills, Flour and Grist: Williams & Wilson
Paints, Oils. Etc.: Daily, Geo. A.
Stoves & Tinware: Sanders, J. C.
Wheelwrights: Woodson, J. P.
1884 - Texas State Gazetteer and Business Directory
Agricultural Implements: Burgher & Stephens; John Campbell
Bakers and Confectioners: George Brehn; Newton Miller
Barbers: C. F. Koehler; Samuel Reynolds; Cooper C. Still; Samuel Stull
Billiard Halls: J. T. Boswell; Henry Meyers & Co.
Blacksmiths: J. Fuqua; Rutherford Bros.; White & Yeager
Boots & Shoes: C. B. Banks; B & S Malor
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders: T. R. Baird, Robert Beard; Boon Bors.; J. B. Boon & Bro.; J. A. Coulter; Grank Gamble; H. O Gill; J. L. Heord; J. H. Huddle; R. H. Kirk; John Lynn; B. H. Myres; W. W. Orr; M. E. Parker; R. A. Rose; J. R. Scott; J. H. Smith; B. F. Yarbrough
Carriage and Wagon Makers: H. S. Williams; S. M. Williamson
Colleges, Schools, etc.: Walcott Institute
Confectionary, Fruits, etc.: G. W. B. Larrison, Newton Miller, E. F. Wortham
Constable: Wm. Smith
Cotton Buyers: Wm. C. Reed; A. L. Ward; W. D. Wilkins
Cotton Ginners: M. B. Crowson; G. A. Dailey; Johnston & Guthrie; Walcott & Wilson
Dentists: W. C. Crow; E. C. Eversole
Dressmakers: Miss L.A. Bennett & Co.
Druggists: G. A. Dailey; J. M. McKinstry; J. B. Ryan
Dry Goods: J. H. Robnett; T. B. Yarbrough; Pierce, James P.
Express Agent: P. C. Cox
Farm Implements: John Campbell
Flour Mills: M B. Crowson; G. A. Dailey; Johnson & Guthrie
Furniture Makers: B. F. Barnum; Leeman & Rose; Pickens & Allen
General Stores: John Campbell; J. B. McKee; J. J. Nesbitt; W. Underwood; W. D. Wilkins; T. B. Yarbrough
Grain Dealers: Burgher & Go; Gwaltney & Bro.
Grocers (Wholesale): Ballinger, Becson & Hutton; G. B. Larrison; Parhill & Irby; I. P. Pierce; J. P Pierce & Son; Rutherford & Harrell; W. C. Scott; G. F. Stanfield
Grocers (Retail): Ballinger, Becson & Hutton; G. F. Hanfield; W. J. Parkhill; J. P. Pierce; W. C. Scott; J. W. Toby
Hardware, Stoves & Tinware: Burgher & Stephens, F. C. Fisher; Gamble, Rumbly & Pirtle; Gwaltney Bros. & Erwin
Hotels: Ligon House (T. H. Ligon propr.); Planters' House (A. H. Mauldin); Smith Hotel (T. M. Coulter propr.); Yoeger House (W. B. Yoeger, propr)
Hides, Pelts & Furs: J. R. Allen
Insurance Agents: B. M. Burgher; J. A. Pierce
Justice of the Peace: W. H. Lemons
Lawyers: T. A. Barron; George A. Carpenter; W. H. Gross; J. U. Owen; G. W. Wells
Live Stock Breeders: Tank Holt; B. O. Walcott; W. C. Wood
Livery, Sale and Stables: R. C. Bryan; Reed & McDaniel
Lumber: Burgher & Co.; Gwaltney & Bro.
Marshal: L. C. Lamaster
Meat Markers: G. L. Smith; J. H. Speaker; John B. Kahn
Milliners: Miss L. A. Bennett & Co.; Mrs. J. E. Ford; Mrs. M. L. Ford; Mrs. Bentley
Music Teachers: Mrs. P. F. Hays; Mrs. Wm. Waltermire
Newspapers (Daily): Honey Grove Independent, L. N. Hornbeck editor, W. W. Nornbeck, publisher
Newspaper (Semi-Weekly): Independent
Nursery Agent: G. N. Bell
Painters (House & Sign): Rover W. Burnett
Photographers: H. T. Hendrick
Physicians and Surgeons: S. G. Bittick; W. T. Booth; S. E. Bramlette; A. H. Collins; G. A. Dailey; W. E. Dailey; V. A. Howeth; Joseph Meyer; L. B. Page; G. M. Pennybacker; F. E. Pope; J. M. Terry
Planing Mills: Gwaltney, Galbraith & Co.
Real Estate; Burgher Young
Restaurants: H. P. Pipkins; J. E. Pipkins; Mrs. N. Reed
Saddle & Harness Makers: J. B. Barnett; W. H. Lane; J. J. Lyons
Saloons: J. T. Boswell; Charles Lewis; Henry Myres & Co.; O. T. Stephens; S. M. Stephens
Sash, Doors and Blinds: J. T. Burgher & Co.
Sewing Machines: G. A. Harrison
School Teacher: Sarah L. Bell; Mrs. Susan A. Ritcherson
Tailors: W. Boliver; Wm. Leroy
Teachers: Miss Dora Insley; Mrs. L. W. Kendall (teacher in drawing); J. S. Kendall; Pierce, J. L.; J. S. Price (prof high school); W. A. Wilborn (principal high school)
Telegraph operator: Edward A. Kellogg; Henry M. Sikes
Tinsmiths: C. Bartholomew; J. J Erskin
Undertakers: B. F. Barnum
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry: H. Gardthausen; J. S. Neville
Planters and Growers in Fannin County are listed starting on page 861 of the book.
1890 Texas State Directory for Fannin County.
A transcription is available on the Fannin County GenWeb site.
The Scollard's 1899-1900 Honey Grove City Directory gives names, addresses and occupations of individuals as well as the names and in some cases advertisements for businesses. Please note that at some point in time (which we have not yet determined) the street numbers were changed, and the street numbers on West Market and West Main, for example, started on 5th Street. Therefore some research is needed regarding street numbers. We hope to have more information on this in the future. This document is from the Collection of the Estate of John and Thelma Black.
1903. Directory of Texas Industries.
Available at Familysearch.org. It lists the following for Honey Grove.
Attorneys: Armstrong, E. C., Baldwin, Jas. M., Carpenter, Geo., Gardner, S. H., Gross & Gross, Ragsdale, R. B., Wells, G. W., Wood, Eugene.
Banks: First National Bank; capital, $125,000; W. Underwood, President; T. U. Cole, cashier. Planters National Bank; capital, $75,000; J. T. Holt, president; R. J. Thomas, cashier.
Insurance: Cox, Mrs. Mollie E.; Dailey, Geo. A.; Easterwood, C. E.; Gross & Gross; La Master & Clay; Pierce, John A.; Reed, Miss Laura; Robnett, J. H.; Taylor, W. E.; Waltermire, W.; Jones, M. H.; Mayer, John D.; Reed, Laura; Ronaldson, W. L.; Wood, E. S.; Ragsdale, R. B.; Duncan, W. L.; LaMaster, L. C.; Pierce, John A.
Lumber: De Balb Lumber Co., Lyon, O. T. & Sons.
Cotton See Oil Mills: Honey Grove Cotton Oil Co.
This City Directory is part of a larger volume that includes Bonham and many other Fannin County towns. The pages for Honey Grove are near the end,
Texas State Gazetter and Business Directory. 1914