|Robert Hague (#47055438)|
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Family research has been a part of my life for over 30 years. I do volunteer work at the LDS Family History Center located in my neighborhood even though I am not Mormon. I call myself the gentile librarian. I live on the west side of Houston in Katy. I was born in Waco, Texas and go there every few months to be with family. Many of my family members are buried in the Robinson Cemetery south of Waco going back to my great-great-grandmother. Growing up in Robinson, a farming community at the time, was a wonderful experience. |
At the age of fifteen my parents and I moved to Texarkana, Texas. I completed high school and junior college in Texarkana. While attending UT my parents moved back to Robinson. I did six months of active duty in the Marine Corps and five and a half years in the reserve program. After completing the six months active duty, I moved to Houston, TX to seek my fortune. I would have to say my wife, children and grandchildren are my fortune. I am happily married and retired and have eight grandchildren which add joy to my life. If you think I can help you, feel free to contact me.
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|GeorgiaCA||Just Passing Through|
Your bio. page is just lovely. It was a pleasure to read. So many here use it to lecture on F*A*G policies, that yours stands out as a bright spot.
|Mary Herron||RE: Louis Estelle Edwards Periera|
Thank you so much. You are very kind and I appreciate the work you have done. I'm just beginning this work. My uncle has asked me to help him complete our family information and links on Find A Grave and I'm trying to gather information from other family members.Thank you and if I locate other family that you have prepared I'll contact you. Enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mary Herron
|Cathy Cox Porubsky||RE: Jimmie C Cox 48847679 + Catherine Cox 48847672|
Thank you so much! Glad you are home now.
|Mary Herron||transfer 47955025|
Thank you for your work at Find a Grave. Will you transfer 47955025? Lois is my aunt and I'm working to link our family together. Read your bio. I'm in Texarkana Ar. Small world. Thanks, mary
|Jo Routhier||RE: Memorial 101275510|
Bob, I located a baptismal record for E.J. Hogan in Texas Births and Christenings, 1840-1981 via familysearch.com. It show the Christening Place at St. Mary's, Victoria. According to the Hogan Family Notes which I have, his middle name was "Emmet." When he married in 1891, he was "E.J." I tried to send the URL, but it was just too long. Hope this helps. Thanks, Jo Routhier
Edward Emit Hogan
Texas, Births and Christenings, 1840-1981
birth: 29 October 1861 Saint Marys-catholic, Victoria, Victoria, Texas
christening: 3 January 1862 St. Mary's, Victoria, Victoria, Texas
residence: 1861 Victoria, Victoria, Texas, United States
father: William Hogan
mother: Mary J.
|Jo Routhier||RE: Memorial 101275510|
Bob, Thanks for getting back to me. I never hear from anyone. My people were in Indianola and Victoria. I grew up in Kenedy. On E.J. Hogan's death certificate, Texas Deaths 189-1976, La Salle is listed as his birth place. His older sister was also born in La Salle. The Hogan family went through the 1875 and 1886 hurricanes. They moved to Victoria following the destruction of Indianola. E.J. had an older brother, William, who moved to Galveston following the 1886 hurricane. Yes, he went survived the 1900 Galveston hurricane which killed so many people.
Here is the information on La Salle, Texas, from the Handbook of Texas Online.
LA SALLE, TX (CALHOUN COUNTY)
LA SALLE, TEXAS (Calhoun County). La Salle, a coastal community six miles south of Indianola, was established in the 1840s. It was probably named for the French explorer René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Dr. Levi Jones was a land agent for lots in La Salle. On February 11, 1850, he secured a charter for a railway linking Matagorda Bay, La Salle, and El Paso, but construction was never begun. Plans for establishing a port in La Salle likewise never came to fruition. During the Civil War federal troops came ashore at La Salle, and its residents fled to Indianola. The town was never reestablished.
Calhoun County Historical Commission, Shifting Sands of Calhoun County, Texas (Port Lavaca, Texas, ca. 1980).
The following, adapted from the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition, is the preferred citation for this article.
"LA SALLE, TX (CALHOUN COUNTY)," Handbook of Texas Online (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hvl04), accessed October 31, 2014. Uploaded on June 15, 2010. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Bela George Fenner|
I see you put in an edit to make Bela's father unknown. Why do you think he is not a son of Worden Fenner?
|Jo Routhier||Edward J. Hogan|
Bob, Forgot to say thank you for connecting Edward to his father. You did it so quickly!!
|Jo Routhier||Memorial 101275510|
Hi, Bob, I am writing about Edward J. Hogan's birth year. I sent an edit to you requesting changing it from 1891 to 1861. I sure it is a typo. His father died in 1874. Edward is my paternal great great uncle. My source is Texas Deaths, 1890 - 1976.
Thank you, Jo Routhier 47764277
|Byron R. Smith||Find A Grave Memorial# 23527999|
Hello friend, Regarding the memorial of Ralph Platt Smith, when you can would you delete the headstone and graveyard pix from the memorial. the one posted by yoder is the accurate one in MI. The 2 i am asking you to remove are in TX. I appreciate your kindness with my request. regards, byron smith
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