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illustrator , writer

Nona Armour Jackson, Writer, illustrator. Secretary, treasurer, young people's superintendent Sunnyside Baptist Church, Denison, 1963-1965; Sunday school teacher Glad Tidings Church, Sherman, 1978-1983; tour guide, hostess Grayson County Frontier Village, Inc., Denison, 1978-1997. Member Grayson County Humane Society, National Audubon Society, National Trust History Preservation, Library. Congress Association (charter).

Background

Jackson, Nona Armour was born on September 22, 1939 in Denison, Texas, United States. Daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Novella Mae (Binion) A.

Career

Supervisor, illustrator, Diaper Jeans, Inc., Denison, 1959-1962; clothing pattern maker, designer, Srader's Sportswear, Denison, 1963-1965; receptionist, Glad Tidings Church, Sherman, Texas, 1981-1984; pastor elderly ministry, Glad Tidings Church, Sherman, 1984-1987; author, Pottsboro, Texas, since 1987. Speaker in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author, illustrator, photographer: The Cotton Mill! Can Anything Good Come from There? volunteer I-IX, 1995, Industries 1873-1981, volunteer I, 1995, Churches 1906-1991, volunteer II 1995, Schools 1890-1964, volunteer III, 1995, Golden Rule Independent School Extra-Curricular Activities, volunteer IV, 1995, Cotton Mill Community, volunteer V, 1995, The People: A Biography in Three Volumes, vols. VI-VIII, 1995, Associates, volunteer IX, Index, vols. VI-IX, 1995, volunteer X, 2001, Addenda, 1998-2001.

      Author, illustrator: Pioneers of North West Grayson County, Texas Mid to Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century: Delaware Bend, Red Branch/Prairie Valley, Rock Creek with Some Dexter, Texas Data, 1996, Pioneers of Central Grayson County, Texas Mid to Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century: Cherrymound and Ambrose, 1996, Pioneers of Central Grayson County, Texas Mid to Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century: Cedar Community, 1996, Pioneers of South East Grayson County, Texas Mid to Late, 19th Century and Early 20th Century: Pilot Grove, 1996, Series 1 (4000 B.C.-A.D. 1607) The Overseas Connection, Big Oaks from Little Trees Grow, vols. I-III, 2000, Series 2 (A.D. 1607-A.D. 1837) Immigrant & Colonial Ancestors, vols. IV-VIII, 2000, Series 3 (A.D. 1937-A.D. 1987) A Grayson County, Texas Epic-One Hundred and Fifty Years, vols.

      IX-XV, 2000, Series 4 (A.D. 1855-A.D. 1991), Twentieth Century-Big Oaks-Precious Memories, vols. XVI-XVII, 2000, Series 5-10 The Collective Works of Nona Jackson vols. XVIII-XXXIX, 2000, Series 11, Jesus or Die!, Father, Son & Holy Ghost, Obedience, and Walking With God, vols.

      Extra Large-XLII, 2000, Yummy, Yummy, Sweets for the Tummy, 2002, Pass the Taters Please, 2002, Me, Myself & I, 2002, My Split Apart, volunteer 59, 2002, The Final Chapter-Part I, The Cotton Mill! Can Anything Good Come From There?, 2002, Addenda-Part II, Nona's Family Update: The Last Report, volunteer 60, 2002, River of Death: Don't Swim in Polluted Water!, 2005, Revelation/Genesis, 7 vols., 2007 To Hell With You, Devil!!, 2008. Contributor articles and photographs to publications.

Membership

Secretary, treasurer, young people's superintendent Sunnyside Baptist Church, Denison, 1963-1965. Sunday school teacher Glad Tidings Church, Sherman, 1978-1983. Tour guide, hostess Grayson County Frontier Village, Inc., Denison, 1978-1997.

Active Adopt a Nursing Home, Texas Department Human Resources, since 1999. Member Grayson County Humane Society, National Audubon Society, National Trust History Preservation, Library. Congress Associate (charter).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: guitar, art, nature, theology, genealogy.

Connections

Married R.L. Jackson, Junior, April 16, 1966.

father:
Thomas Jefferson A.

mother:
Novella Mae (Binion) A.

spouse:
R.L. Jackson