|Anne McGrew (#47250776)|
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I am a native of Sherman, (Grayson County) Texas. This is a perfect pastime for me as I love being outdoors in quiet, peaceful places and I am detail oriented. I often wonder about the stories these people from the past would have to tell us....|
I am always thrilled to transfer management of a Memorial Page to a family member; please do not hesitate to ask.
My family searches are for:
Chumbleys who came from Kentucky to Texas (originally from England)
McGrews (possibly McGruar)who came from Georgia (Oglethorpe's colony?) to Texas (originally from Scotland/Ireland) and for McAllisters from Florida.
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|Michael & Jennifer McBride||Avis Roberta Matthews Harlin #111581724|
Thank you very much for adding the requested information to this memorial. It's greatly appreciated. -Jennifer McBride
|darla halley||Koiner Photo|
Thank you for taking the time to add the photo.
|Teri Wheeler||Sherman Roberts|
Thank you so much for the picture of Sherman Roberts headstone!
|D E Apgar||Thank|
Thank you so much Anne for the pictures. They look very nice and help to complete our family tree.
|Michael Burk||Rev. George McCraw|
I thank you again. I had only started looking for the members of this family in the last couple of weeks. I knew that the Reverend's father was a younger brother to my GGGreat Grandfather. But I had not looked any farther than that.
Until I received an email in July from a cousin who descended from James M. McCraw, that wanted to know if I knew anything more about her family, and ancestors. I was away from home at the time, but promised to send her what I had, once I returned home. Then I promptly forgot about it until I was going through old emails a couple of weeks ago. Oop's. I never do that, I always reply to inquiries about family history.
So I emailed my distant cousin, and promised again that I would see what I could find. Then when I noticed that James M. McCraws children were showing up in Texas. I had to start digging farther.
|Michael Burk||Rev George Randolph McCraw FAG#58997626|
Thank you Anne for your very fast response.
I will care for and update George's memorial carefully.
|KBounds||RE: William D. Hill|
Sorry, I meant to type that a Confederate Pension for Francis Asbury Hill was filed by Lucy Jane Hill
Added by KBounds on Oct 18, 2013 8:35 PM
|KBounds||RE: William D. Hill|
Glad to help. Also if you noticed, the death certificate for William stated his mother's name was Lucy Jane Stiles. I found a Lucy Jane Hill (1850-1937) buried in Wichita Falls, TX which the manager has linked William's memorial to. She seems about the right age for his mother. The death certificate didn't mention who William's father was but there is a Confederate Pension for a Francis Asbury Stiles who died in 1910, filed by his widow, Lucy Jane Stiles, so that may be the father the father of William. I found Lucy Jane Hill living in Dallas in 1930 listed as a mother-in-law with one of her daughters, Lillian Swindell and her husband, B G Swindell. That census lists Lillian as born in Missouri abt 1877 so if that is William's older sister then he may have actually been born in Missouri rather than Texas (b. 1879) unless they moved to Texas within a year after Lillian was born and before William was born. Lucy Jane Hill is listed as born in Michigan both on the 1930 census and on William's death certificate.
Added by KBounds on Oct 18, 2013 8:31 PM
|Carissa Nichols||Thelma Nichols' memorial|
How kind of you to entrust us with Thelma Nichols' memorial!
Thelma is my husband's Great Grandma - how he loves her!!!
We are honored and will add her digital photos to her profile as we acquire them. Warmly, Carissa & Tom Nichols
|setex Steve||RE: James McGrew -|
I will certainly keep those in mind the next time that I go to Meridian....
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