H.H. Wallace

Harvey Horatio Wallace

Full Name: Harvey Horatio Wallace
Date of birth: February 18, 1870
Date of death: August 16, 1933

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Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 32 Jan 11, 1927 - Jan 8, 1929 40th   Democrat Tyler / Smith   Smith

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House District 32
Jan 11, 1927 - Jan 8, 1929
Legislatures: 40th  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Tyler / Smith
Counties in district: Smith

Biographical Information top

Resolutions and Journal entries

  • Report of House Committee on Privileges, Suffrage and Elections, 41st Legislature, relating to election contest between H.H. Wallace and A.S. Johnson for the office of Representative for the 32nd Legislative District. House Journal.

Biographical Sketches

  • Biographical sketch, Harvey Horatio Wallace, born in Elva, Kentucky, died 8/17/1933, buried at Herrin, Ill., son of Isham Everett Wallace, marriage to Lucy Frizzell, son Fount Wallace, born 7/30/1902. "He also served a term in the Texas Legislature, representing Smith County." Wallace-Milliken and Related Families: Important Lines Traced, p. 8. Google Books.
  • Biographical sketch, "Who's Who and What's What in the Texas Legislature," by Ed Kilman, 1/5/1929, sec. 2, p. 6. Houston Post-Dispatch.
  • Illness and obituaries, H.H. Wallace, Nashville Banner (Tennessee) and Paducah Sun-Democrat (Kentucky), 8/15/1933, 8/17/1933, and 8/18/1933. Newspapers.com.
  • Obituaries, "Rev. H.H. Wallace, Formerly of Tyler, Dies in Memphis," 8/18/1933, p. 12; "Resolutions on the Home-Going of The Rev. H.H. Wallace," 8/26/1933, p. 10. Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church and East Tyler Baptist Church in Tyler. Obituary of Mrs. H.H. Wallace, "Mrs. Wallace's Rites Saturday," 2/13/1959, p. 4A, notes she was "a Tyler resident until moving to Ennis four years ago." Tyler Morning Telegraph.

Other Resources

  • Harvey Horatio Wallace, birth date 2/18/1870 in Kentucky, death date 8/16/1933 in Memphis, Tennessee, minister/church, spouse Mrs. Lucy Adair Wallace. Residence in Marshall County, Kentucky in 1870-1880; Jonesboro, Illinois in 1900; Marion, Illinois in 1910; Ewing, Illinois in 1920; Ellis Grove, Illinois in 1930; and McCanda, Illinois at his death in 1933. Tennessee, U.S., Death Records, 1908-1965; Census of 1870-1930; Rileys & Allied Families - Western Kentucky. Ancestry.com.
  • Eld. H.H. Wallace (1870-1933), burial in Herrin City Cemetery, Herrin, Williamson County, Illinois, with spouse Lucy Adair Wallace, death date 2/11/1959 at Ennis, Texas. Find a Grave.
  • Report on death 4/16/1928 of Rev. Fount Wallace, son of Rev. H.H. Wallace; "the elder Wallace is also a member of the Legislature from Smith County," The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Texas), 4/20/1928, p. 1, crediting the Mesquite Public Library.
    Report of trial in shooting death of Rev. Fount Wallace, son of H.H. Wallace, "pastor of the East Tyler Baptist church" and "defeated candidate this year for the legislature." "Loys Wilson Case Opens Next Monday," The Tyler Journal, 11/23/1928, p. 1. Continued coverage of trial in The Tyler Journal, 3/29/1929 and 4/5/1929, mentions Rev. H.H. Wallace. Crediting the Smith County Historical Society. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries). April 20, 1928 April 5, 1929 March 29, 1929 November 23, 1928
  • 40th Legislature (1927) - H.H. Wallace, postoffice Tyler, nativity Texas, age 23 (born circa 1904), minister. Texas Legislative Manual.


  • Photograph. H.H. Wallace, 40th Legislature, State Preservation Board

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