Children of Samuel Yongue and Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Williams
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Below is a picture of Virgil Meharg taken about 1918 in his WWI uniform.  Virgil was the eldest of all the siblings.

Virgil attended Rice Institute (1st graduating class 1918), majoring in Chemistry.  He later went on to work for Bakelite (which became Union Carbide).  In his SPARE TIME he was devoted to researching his Meharg and Williams' lines.  Virgil passed away in 1985.

Agnes Meharg Reasor was a woman of many talents.  She worked the farm as a child, then graduated from college with a teaching certificate.  Her first job was in Christine, Texas, where she met Larry Reasor.  After their first child was born they moved back to Gatesville to help run the Meharg farm since Sam was sick with heart trouble by that time.  Their two younger children were born in Coryell County.  "Mur," as she was called by all in the family taught school in Turnersville, Texas and was the Principal for a time.  After moving to Alice, Texas and then Corpus Christi, Texas she worked as the Special Education teacher for the Portland School District.  During all this time she continued her studies and received her Master's Degree in Education.
Agnes Junkin Meharg
This is my favorite picture of my Grandmother. She was the eldest daughter of Sam and Lizzie Meharg. I believe it was taken around 1930.