C.W. Warwick

Clyde Willmore Warwick

Full Name: Clyde Willmore Warwick
Date of birth: October 15, 1885
Date of death: September 20, 1957

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 123 Jan 13, 1931 - Jan 10, 1933 42nd   Democrat Canyon / Randall   Armstrong, Carson, Deaf Smith, Oldham, Potter, Randall
H 123 Jan 8, 1929 - Jan 13, 1931 41st (1) (2)   Democrat Canyon / Randall   Armstrong, Carson, Deaf Smith, Oldham, Potter, Randall

(1) Home city Canyon City [Comal County]. House Journal.
(2) Home post office Canyon [Randall County]. Counties in district: Randall, Potter, Carson, Deaf Smth, Oldham, Aromstrong. Texas Legislative Manual.

Biographical Notes and Resources top

Biographical Sketches

  • Biographical sketch, "Who's Who and What's What in the Texas Legislature," by Ed Kilman, 2/7/1929, p. 9. Houston Post-Dispatch.

Other Resources

  • Clyde W. Warwick, born 10/5/1885 in Barnes City, Iowa; died 9/20/1957 in Canyon, Texas, married Grace Winkleman 12/21/1911. Descendants of Abraham Darland.
  • Clyde Willmore Warwick, birth date 10/15/1885 in Montezuma, Iowa, death date 9/20/1957 in Canyon, Randall County, Texas, newspaper editor. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • Clyde Willmore Warwick, birth date 10/15/1885, death date 9/20/1957, burial in Dreamland Cemetery, Canyon, Randall County. Find a Grave.
  • Mentioned in CANYON, TEXAS (Randall County). "In 1920 Clyde W. Warwick, editor of the Randall County News since 1910, bought the paper; he later renamed it the Canyon News." Handbook of Texas Online.
  • Obituary, "Clyde Warwick Rites Sunday," The Tulia Herald, 9/26/1957, p. 9, crediting Swisher County Library. Tributes in the The Panhandle Herald, 9/27/1957, pp. 2, 6, crediting Carson County Library. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries). The Panhandle Herald The Tulia Herald
  • Historical marker, The Canyon News, Canyon, Randall County. "Clyde W. Warwick, editor 45 years, 1910-1955. Won awards for outstanding weekly 1942, 1950. Special Edition (1949) was rated nation's best." Texas Historic Sites Atlas (Texas Historical Commission).


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Committee Information top

42nd R.S. - 1931
Banks and Banking  
Contingent Expense (Chair) 
Municipal and Private Corporations  
41st R.S. - 1929
Meridian College  
Municipal and Private Corporations  
Oil, Gas and Mining  
Public Printing  
Texas Oklahoma Boundary  

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