Last Edited=19 Jan 2009
James Monroe Dobbs Jr. was also known as Monroe James Dobbs.
He was named Monroe James Dobbs, but changed his name in childhood to James Monroe Dobbs, Jr. He graduated from University of Georgia School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia, about 1923. He was a Manager for the US Soil Conservation Service in Temple from 1935 to 1950.
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Descendants of John McMullan
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Descendants of Thomas Hickson
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Children of James Monroe Dobbs Jr. and Dorothy Kollros
- Dorothy Patricia Dobbs+ (1928 - )
- Josephine Catherine Dobbs (1929 - 1997)
- [S17] Obituary of J. M. Dobbs, Daily Telegram, Temple, Texas, January 19, 1956, 20, James M. Dobbs succumbs at 53, rites set today - James M. Dobbs, 53, former administrative officer of the Soil Conservation Service in Temple, was found dead about 5:30 P.M. Wednesday in his room at the Central Hotel. Mr. Dobbs is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William W. Carlin of Corpus Christi and Mrs. David DeBacker of St. Louis, Missouri; one grandchild; a half-sister, Mrs. W.H. Smith of Washington D.C. Private funeral services will be held Thursday at the Pace Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. J.B. Dobbins officiating. Burial will be in the Holland cemetery. Mr. Dobbs had been in ill health for a number of weeks and had been confined to his bed for the past four days. He was last seen alive about 4 P.M. when a hotel employee talked to him. Joe Moeller, night clerk, went to Mr. Dobbs' room about 5:30 to see what he wanted for supper and found him dead. Justice of the Peace R.W. Watts held an inquest and returned a verdict of death by natural causes. Mr. Dobbs was born July 4, 1902, in Dallas, and was a graduate of the University of Georgia law school in 1923. He was with the SCS for several years. He was a former director of the Temple Lions Club and was a member of the Episcopal Church.. Hereinafter cited as Obituary of J. M. Dobbs, Jr.
- [S86] 1910 United States Census, Fulton County, Georgia, E.D. 127, page 43, Washington: National Archives And Records Administration.