For times she was well educated and when she arrived in Sidney, Texas at the age of twelve, she was way past what the other students were learning at Jimmy’s Creek School. Mary Ina came to Comanche, boarded in Comanche, and attended school at what she called the old college.
Grandson Bobbie once asked her what it was like to ride in a wagon “all that way.” Mary Ina replied that she had no idea.
“No idea? What do you mean?”
“I have no idea what it would be like to ride to Comanche County from Mississippi. Now, if you’d asked me what it was like to walk all of that way, I could have told you!”
Ina was the daughter of Ann America Greene Weaver and William Corbin Weaver. Ann America Boss Greene’s sister.
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Boss Greene Chases A Bank Robber
Boss Greene Is Murdered