M.H. Hagaman

Matthew Hilsman Hagaman

Full Name: Matthew Hilsman Hagaman
Date of birth: October 11, 1861
Date of death: September 8, 1949

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 106 Jan 11, 1927 - Jan 8, 1929 40th   Democrat Ranger / Eastland   Eastland
H 106 Jan 13, 1925 - Jan 11, 1927 39th   Democrat Ranger / Eastland   Eastland

Terms of Service top

House District 106
Jan 11, 1927 - Jan 8, 1929
Legislatures: 40th  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Ranger / Eastland
Counties in district: Eastland
House District 106
Jan 13, 1925 - Jan 11, 1927
Legislatures: 39th  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Ranger / Eastland
Counties in district: Eastland

Biographical Information top

Biographical Sketches

  • Obituary and photo, "M.H. Hagaman Final Rites at Ranger Today," 9/9/1949, p. 3. First mayor of Ranger in 1919, "served two terms in the state Legislature from the 106th district in 1924 and 1926." Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Other Resources

  • "Ranger, Texas, Magic Oil City," 2/13/1920, p. 2. M.H. Hagaman, mayor of Ranger, Texas, was instrumental in the modernization of the city. Commerce Journal.
  • Census of 1920 - Matthew H. Hagaman, Ranger, Eastland County, age 58, born circa 1862 in Tennessee, mayor. FamilySearch.
  • Matthew H. Hagaman, birth date 10/11/1861 in Mountain City, Tennessee; death date 9/8/1949 in Ranger, Eastland County, Texas; rancher. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • Matthew Hilsman Hagaman, birth date 10/11/1861 in Johnston County, Tennessee; death date 9/8/1949; burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Ranger, Eastland County. Includes portrait and reprint of obituary from The Cisco Daily Press, 9/9/1949. Find a Grave.
  • 40th Legislature (1927) - M.H. Hagaman, postoffice Ranger, nativity Tennessee, age 65, oil refining, member former legislatures: 39th. Texas Legislative Manual.


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Committee Information top

40th R.S. - 1927
Banks and Banking  
Commerce and Manufactures (Chair) 
Common Carriers  
Conservation and Reclamation  
State Song  
39th R.S. - 1925
Banks and Banking  
Highways and Motor Traffic  
Oil, Gas and Mining  

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