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A frustrated scientist, he spent both his money and his time on one imaginative project after another. Sam, with only a touch of Tom's wanderlust, moved to Beaumont, but later, true to family tradition, returned to Hardin County to live out his life at Pine Knot, the farm given to him by his parents at the time of his marriage. He said afterwards that he reckoned he was the first man to put a strainer on the bottom of an oil pipe to make it pour. The naming committee did not see fit to use them all.
The tales, however, go on. He was my greatgrandfather. Whatever its urgency, that caravan was the harbinger of my East Texas heritage. It was necessary for them to keep a constant lookout for Indians, as well as for white renegades who were apt to rob their more prosperous fellow travelers. At the time, my greatgrandparents had four children: Lum, who was nine; Day, who was six; Lucina, called "Cine," the only girl, who was four; and Buck, the baby, who was just a year old. Evidently, game was harder to get than the ear of the Lord, at least out in open country.
She stuck his toe back on with resin from a pine tree that was growing in her back yard. Details in these family stories often become subjects of serious debate. From the fruit Page 33 of her beloved walnut trees she made a dye that gave her otherwise conventional creations a little local color. And back in those days, medicine wasn't supposed to taste good. In one way or another they came, and by the end of 1870 the East Texas woods were full of Hookses. He encouraged his brothers and sisters to follow him, and when his reluctant youngest sister lost her husband and was left with a houseful of children, Pap sent his son Day all the way back to Georgia to get her.
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