Commemorated on 1 plaque

Texas Historical Marker #12766

George C. Reeves (Aug. 31, 1854 - Aug. 29, 1934). George C. Reeves (Aug. 31, 1854 - Aug. 29, 1934) Georgia native George C. Reeves came to Mineola soon after its founding in 1873. He served as city marshal, and through his association with County Attorney (later Governor) Jim Hogg, he became a transfer agent for the state penitentiary system. Active in business ventures associated with cattle, lumber and real estate, reeves actively promoted his adopted home county and its agricultural products with exhibits at the State Fair of Texas. He also served as President of the Agricultural Exhibitors Association. Reeves and his wife, Sallie (Wigley), were the parents of two children.

Mineola City Cemetery, 1200 S. Pacific St., Mineola, TX, United States where they lived near