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Research: Sawmill Database

Alpha-Numeric Key: NA-96
Corporate Name: Clem Jacobs
Local Name:
Owner Name: Clem Jacobs
Location: Near Wallace Grove [Lilbert]
County: Nacogdoches
Years in Operation: 2 years
Start Year: 1901
End Year: 1902
Decades: 1900-1909
Period of Operation: 1901 to 1902
Town: Near Wallace Grove
Company Town: 2
Peak Town Size: Unknown
Mill Pond:
Type of Mill: Rough and finished lumber, cotton
Sawmill Pine Sawmill Hardwood Sawmill Cypress Sawmill
Planer Planer Only Shingle Paper
Plywood Cotton Grist Unknown
Other
Power Source: Unknown
Horse Mule Oxen Water
Water Overshot Water Turbine Diesel Unknown
Pit Steam Steam Circular Steam Band
Gas Electricity Other
Maximum Capacity: 
Capacity Comments: Unknown
Produced:
Rough Lumber Planed Lumber Crossties Timbers
Lathe Ceiling Unknown Beading
Flooring Paper Plywood Particle Board
Treated Other
Equipment: Sawmill, planer, gin
Company Tram:
Associated Railroads: Unknown
Historicial Development: A local newspaper from Nacogdoches reported that “Mrs. R. H. Lee has moved her place to Wallace Grove. Mr. Jacobs is putting up a larger sawmill near Wallace Grove.” Mrs. Lee was the spouse of Robert Howard Lee, of Nacogdoches, who owned several sawmills in the county from about 1890 to 1908. Wallace is a family surname normally associated with the Cushing and Trawick areas in the northwestern part of Nacogdoches County.
Research Date: MCJ 02-10-96
Prepared By: M Johnson