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From:  The Desk of the President – Mike Long

             Mike Long


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  Ph: 918-327-4218

Hello Crockett Kin and Friends!

Happy Summer to all my Crockett Cousins and friends!  We have already had several 100° days here in central Texas. Linda and I have spent the last few months attending baseball games of our grandsons.  I know many of you have experienced similar activities. Hopefully, your weather has been better than ours. 

We have news of the 2024 Crockett family reunion.  I have been working to get the date set with the Crockett Hotel for rooms and the Menger Hotel for the banquet.  I am happy to announce the Board of Directors approved the reunion to take place July 18th to July 21st of 2024, in San Antonio at The Alamo.  The negotiated rates are some of the best negotiated prices for this venue that we have seen.

I am so excited for all of you to have the opportunity to see the huge changes to The Alamo.  They recently completed the Front Gate and Barracks rebuild. There is a fantastic new museum on the grounds now.  They have closed the vehicle traffic in front and removed the plaza to open up the overall experience of all things Alamo.  Every day brings them closer to making The Alamo a world class historical site that honors those that died, including our esteemed ancestor, David Crockett at the Alamo in March of 1836.  The Reunion Committee will be planning a reunion experience to ensure all attendees go away talking about it for years to come.  Anyone who wishes to assist with the Reunion planning can contact me by email: or text/call at 918-327-4218.  I challenge each of you to reach out to those who have not attended in a while and especially those that have never attended and urge them to join us and experience the all-new Alamo Experience!  Here are some basic details for now. More details will come as we get closer to reunion time.

Here are details to begin making reservations:

Date:  July 18, 2024 -Sign in and/or registration

July 19, 2024 -Special Planned Activities

July 20, 2024 -Special Planned Activities, Evening Banquet

July 21, 2024 -Check out and travel home

Hotel Information:  The Crockett Hotel (Remodeled and updated)

Rate: King or 2 Double Beds $125.00 per night

Cut-off Date: Group rate will be held until Monday, July 1, 2024, at which time        unused rooms will be released for resale by the hotel at a rate specified by the   hotel.  Any reservations after that date will be based on Room and Rate Availability.

If any participant decides to leave earlier than the scheduled departure date when the participant is in-house at the hotel, there will be a charge of $75.00 plus 16.75% tax early departure fee.

  • Portable Cribs at no charge: based on availability
  • Roll-away, one-time fee $20.00 plus 16.75% tax. Room type permitting. Based on availability
  • Check-in time is after 4:00PM and Check-out time is 11:00AM.
  • Valet Parking $25.00 for registered guests. $20.00 for day or event parking.
  • Transportation: There is Uber, Lyft, or Taxi service to get you anywhere you need to go if you opt to fly in.
  • Reservations: 210-225-6500
  • Cancellations: 48 Hours before stay.  A full night’s stay will be billed for cancellations after this.

As you can see, there is much to celebrate.  I will continue to serve the family and look forward to seeing most of you in Jully 2024!


Sgt. Samuel Mortha Webb

Submitted by Jannett West

Sgt. Samuel Wortha Webb, Born 12/11/1890 death 09/14/1918. Killed in action in France where he is buried at St Mihiel American Cemetery and Memorial, Lorraine Region, France.

Sergeant Webb was attached to the Nineties division and left America in April. He was among the first draft troops sent out from Carter County, and went into training at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Tx. He was a young man of exceptional character and had a wide circle of friends in Ardmore. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Clarinda “Crockett” Webb, 4 brothers, Ran Webb, Dow Webb, N.D. Webb of Ardmore and B.E. Webb who lives in Kansas, 3 sisters Mrs. Van Landingham of Broken Bow, ok. Mrs. Carl Caperton of Whitewright, Tx. and Mrs. T.M. Weatherly of Bagwell, Tx.

Sgt S.W. Webb was knighted May 22, 1915.