Daniel Clayton Caudle

Father: Dee La Fayette Caudle All of Dan Caudle's Family will be on this page so it will load very slow.  Since there are a lot of people we don't know there might be groups on the Caudle Family Group page just so you can see clothing and surroundings.
Mother: Alice Ida Bexley Caudle
Wife: Mildred Christman Brown Caudle
Son: Delmar Clayton Caudle

Daniel Clayton Caudle

Lucille, Ella, Granny Alice Caudle, Dan, Irene, Helen.  All Caudle's

Daniel C. Caudle, Delmar, Mildred


Helen Caudle McNally  married to J.J. McNally lived at 810 Alabama in Houston.  Owned other property along Alabama

Irene Caudle Horney died 1946

Lucille Caudle McNellie did live in Houston, but moved to LaPorte at 320 Forest St.  Married to F.J. McNellie

Member of Masons 


Born 8/5/1884 in Mt. Vernon, Texas

Daniel C. Caudle married to Mildred Louise Christman Brown.  Spent some time in Roseberg, Oregon where Mildred was born and Delmar Caudle was born.  Was a telegrapher in Pauls Valley and in Tulsa Oklahoma at the Train Depot.  Was there the day of the 1926 riots.  Told how they brought a wagon load of colored people by the Depot in a wagon.  He loved to fish and so his descendents came by it honestly.  He spent a lot of time vacationing in LaPorte where all of his sisters had large homes on the bay.  Not all of the homes were in LaPorte but nearly all were on the bay.  Most had at least 6 bedrooms and huge screened in front porches with private piers.  His sisters  were all elegant southern women who married well and had excellent manners.  They did produce some very spoiled children that knew how to spend, although they were a lot of fun.

Dan caught a 25.4 oz fish in Gulf,  had heart attack and died several weeks later on  12/10/1938 of Angina Pectoris.  He is buried in Tulsa at Memorial Park Cemetery at 51st and Memorial.  Mildred is also buried there.