Sevier, Richard P(utnam) 1931-
SEVIER, Richard P(utnam) 1931-
Surname is pronounced "se-vere "; born March 22, 1931, in Vicksburg, MS; son of William Putnam, Jr. (a banker) and Martha (Boney) Sevier; married Barbara Pollard, June 10, 1954; children: William Richard. Ethnicity: "English-Scot-Irish-French." Education: Louisiana State University, B.S., 1952, M.S., 1954. Politics: Conservative. Religion: Episcopalian. Hobbies and other interests: History, genealogy, tennis, photography, computer applications.
Home and office—1416 Highland Park Dr., Jackson, MS 39211. E-mail—[email protected]
Exxon Co., geologist throughout the United States, 1954-80; Natomas North America, Midland, TX, exploration manager, 1980-82; Wilson Energy, Midland, exploration manager, 1982-84; Santa Fe Minerals, Midland, exploration manager, 1984-88; Kerr-McGee, Midland, exploration manager, 1988-91; Merrill Lynch, Midland, financial consultant, 1992-95; writer. Consultant to Towhee Exploration. Military service: U.S. Army Reserve, 1957-65, active duty, 1957.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Petroleum Club of Midland (director, 1990-91).
Cemeteries of Madison Parish, Louisiana, privately printed, 1997.
Earliest Recorded Marriages of Madison Parish, Louisiana, 1866-1880, privately printed, 1997.
Madison Parish, Louisiana Tax Rolls, 1879 and 1881, privately printed, 1998.
Madison Parish, Louisiana Tax Rolls, 1885 and 1890, privately printed, 1998.
Images of America: Madison Parish, Louisiana, Arcadia Publishing (Mount Pleasant, SC), 2003.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Annotated Diaries of Richard K. Boney, 1874-1880; research for a photographic history of early Texas oil and gas exploration.