|Cheryl McDonald (#46552931)|
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im looking for a grave stone for Thelma Boldt and William Hotz he passed in 1926 he is my grandfather and Thelma Boldt is his daughter and my aunt.
Added by reba on Jun 25, 2014 7:40 PM
|Michelle||RE: Lucinda Robbins|
Thank you so very, very much!!! I have looked all over for her. Hope you had a very happy Thanksgiving as well!
Added by Michelle on Nov 29, 2013 8:22 PM
I tried to read her headstone but couldn't enlarge it enough to read it. Do you happen to know what it says on her tombstone? I am looking for my ggg grandmother and Lucinda Robbins is her maiden name, so may be her. Thank you!
Added by Michelle on Nov 18, 2013 10:45 PM
|WNS||Daniel (?) Photo|
My email server isn't being sweet tonight. Will try to send my message to you again later or in the morning. I deleted the pic from the DES memorial.
Added by WNS on Aug 22, 2013 7:09 PM
|WNS||RE: sorry duplicate|
Hey Cheryl, please see email. Thanks, Bill
Added by WNS on Aug 22, 2013 6:43 PM
|Fam Gen||Robert and Elizabeth (Morris) Rape|
Would you know any other information about Elizabeth Morris Rape? I am looking for an Elizabeth Morris, b. 1902/3 in Dallas Co., Texas. Her father is also buried in Greenwood Cemetery. He is William B. Morris.
Thanks for any assistance.
Added by Fam Gen on Mar 25, 2012 10:24 PM
|BeNotForgot||Suggest A Correction (SAC)|
Just a quick note to make sure you are receiving the SACs I sent recently via the EDIT tabs . . . please do let me know if you have NOT received anything from me . . . thanks for your time . . .
|NGL||John P. Campbell|
I sent you an email, but just in case it does not go through...I want to thank you for the note you added to the photo of John Campbell and stating my great-grandmother, Mary Jane Towns Dearmon, confirms what I've been told all my life was buried next to John Campbell, Aunt Josie's husband.
Added by NGL on Aug 17, 2011 11:44 AM
|flgrl||John W. Stayton # 18504351|
**Could you add this info please. Thank you so very much.
John William Stayton: Born: December 24,1830 at Washington County, Kentucky.
Son of: Robert G. Stayton and Harriet (Pirtle) Stayton.
At the age of 14, went to live with an Uncle (some biographers state he resided with his Grandfather) after the death of both parents.
At the age of 17, John began an apprentice with a Blacksmith, learning the trade and studying in private.
At the age of 21, John began reading Law and graduated from the University of Louisville in March,1856.
April 1856 John Stayton married Eliza Jane "Jennie" Weldon.
October 1856 John and Jennie migrated to LaGrange,Texas and he was admitted to the Bar.
1857,Ill health forced them to relocate at Pleasanton, Atascosca County,Texas. John was a blacksmith and practiced Law in the area.
1858 John Stayton was elected District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District. He was re-elected in 1860.
CSA Records may be found on FILM # M227 roll 35 for both units.
(1) 36th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Woods')/Pvt./Co.E (2)Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry/Captain/Co.D
1866 Law Partership w/ Samual C. Lackey in DeWitt County, Texas
1870 Relocated to Victoria,Texas/Law Practice with Alexander H. (Judge) Phillips
1875 Member of the Constitutional Convention
November 2, 1881 Appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court to fill out the remaining term of Judge Moore.
November,1888 elected CHIEF JUSTICE serving for 6 years.
John William Stayton died July 5, 1894 during a visit with his daughter in Tyler,Texas.
John William Stayton persevered during proverty, never giving up his goal for "education" offering him opportunities to serve others.
His wife "Jennie" is memorial # 18504355
Added by flgrl on Aug 03, 2011 6:46 PM
|Paula Boales||Ray, Alma Dean part 2|
Sorry-should have included this in the first message. Alma Dean Parker Ray's husband was Robert Lewis Ray. He is the one who has passed away, yet his name did not appear when I did a search for all Rays in the Pilgrims Rest Cemetery. Do you have any idea why?
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you again,
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