Agnes Rust Gordon Smith Genealogical Collection




West Texas Collection

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Agnes Rust Gordon Smith, 1905-1988, was the owner-operator of the 3R Ranch in San Angelo as well as very active in civic affairs and the preservation of Texas History. Smith helped restore Fort Concho and helped organized the Fort Concho Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and the Pearls of Concho Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The collection contains genealogical materials and supporting documentation, memorabilia, and photographs.


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Agnes Rust Gordon Smtih, Agnes Bustin Rust, John Yellott, Robert Easley Gordon, Paul James Smith, 3R Ranch, Genealogy, Bedinger, Bustin, Rust, Cooke, Clagett, Easley, Follet, Gordon, Howard, Keene, Maltby, Murray, Middleton, Moore-Murray, Marlow, Lechmere, Maulsby, Ridgely, Smith, Yellott, Daughters of the American Revolution, National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, Colonial Dames of America, Morris, Back When and Now, Rainey, San Angelo Historical Society, Barons of Runnemede, Dames of the Guild of St Margaret of Scotland, Military and Hospitaler Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem, Society of Descendants of King William the Conqueror, The National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co., National Society United States Daughters of 1812, Society of Descendants of the Most Noble Order of the Garter


Agnes Rust Gordon Smith Collection, West Texas Collection, Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX