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Virginia Maverick Crossette
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Birth: Mar. 3, 1889
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA
Death: Aug. 13, 1975
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA

Virginia Maverick Crossette was a daughter born to Jane Lewis Maury and Albert Maverick Sr. She was married to Murray F. Crossette.

Added at the request of:
Allison Lew (#47701487)

Virginia Maverick Crossette
was related to Samuel Augustus Maverick
and her historical home near Samuel Augustus Maverick Elementary School is considered one of the original Maverick ranches in the area, which used to all be part of the enormous Maverick working ranch property.

SURVIVING CHILDREN: [6 total:2 boys and 4 girls]
Family links: 
  Albert Maverick (1854 - 1947)
  Jane Lewis Maury Maverick (1858 - 1954)
  Murray Fisher Crossette (1880 - 1959)
  Aurelia Crossette Goeth (1913 - 1966)*
  Maverick Crossette (1922 - 1980)*
  Annie Crossette Morrison (1924 - 2010)*
  Jessie Maverick McNeel (1877 - 1958)*
  Agatha Maverick Welsh (1879 - 1954)*
  Ellen Maverick Wright (1881 - 1910)*
  Albert Maverick (1883 - 1962)*
  Phillip Maverick (1887 - 1977)*
  Virginia Maverick Crossette (1889 - 1975)
  James Slayden Maverick (1890 - 1987)*
  George Madison Maverick (1893 - 1980)*
  Fontaine L. Maverick (1895 - 1954)*
*Calculated relationship
San Jose Burial Park
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA
Created by: Emory Schnuriger
Record added: Apr 10, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50911526
Virginia <i>Maverick</i> Crossette
Added by: Emory Schnuriger
Virginia <i>Maverick</i> Crossette
Added by: Emory Schnuriger
Virginia <i>Maverick</i> Crossette
Cemetery Photo
Added by: R & S Fine
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Ah, Miz Crossette -We had such wonderful talks in the afternoons after school in our mutual backyard and in your home. You were always so very kind to me. You were a walking local history book! I just wish that your stories, recollections, and adventures...(Read more)
- Pamela Gaye McCoy
 Added: Jan. 18, 2012
Gone but never forgotten. ...... She was my 5th cousin twice removed, as well as other relationships, through the Anderson, Campbell, and Skillern families.
- Sammy Boyd, Genealogist
 Added: Jul. 27, 2010

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