Robinson was my hometown and I would say that all the Webbs buried in the Robinson Cemetery ARE directly related to me. I have tried to find connections and add information when I find out something new that will help others find their relatives. Some of the Webb relatives buried in Robinson have direct relatives buried in Oakwood and Rosemound Cemetery in Waco, Texas. I have added some links that will help. God bless... I am also working Ancestry trees for Hudson, Brantley and Ellett. Happy hunting to you all.
Oline Breed Marie, I found the death certificate for her, and it reads Elvo Olive Breed, born 23 Jan 1904 Callahan Co., TX, died 2 Feb. 1918 Thornton, Limestone Co., TX, Buried 3 Feb. 1918 Thornton Cemetery. Age 14 yrs. 9 mo.; Parents; L.A. Breed and Bell Hogan. Hogan is my line. Also Josiah C. Brantley b. 1772 N.C.
RE: Harrell Jackson Hudson Marie, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would like to speak with you by phone to get shipping details and just briefly discuss the video. I'm really glad I was able to find family online that can help!
Need a family contact! My name is Matthew and I have video footage of Mr. Jackson H. Hudson from approximately 1996. As a 6th grade student, our class wrote letters to veterans to thank them for their service. Mr. Hudson not only responded to me, but he sent me a personal video biography of his time serving our country. I really think this video belongs in the hands of his children and/or closest family. I would be happy to speak with you, or someone that can help me. Please contact me initially via email. Mattmags@yahoo.com. Leave a number and I can call you directly. I would prefer not to post my number publicly. I hope to hear from you to discuss this awesome find!
Charlie "Jack" and Martha Green Patterson Marie, after I was given management I noticed you had posted a message when you added Uncle Jacks Marker to Aunt Marthas memorial. You also noted that you are a relative. I had asked for management control and have now started to add and link our family together. I know you will be glad to know their memorials are with family now and will be taken well care of. Marthas sister, Ruth Green Petty is my grandmother. I hope to hear from you someday. I will also be sending out links to make sure their children who have already passed on will be linked to them as well.
RE: Walter Baulch Picture This is so awesome. We have moved dad to West now and he is there and yes I live in Austin. I called him last night and told him about what I had found and thought it was so cool. Is there any way I could see the family tree you have? I have done a small one myself and I have given it to dad along with some census records I was able to get off of ancestry. I used the trail for about a week and got as much as I could.
Walter Baulch Picture WR is my great grandfather. His daughter Polly (Velma) was my grandmother. I came across this post searching around for where all the burial plots were. I was curious as to where you got this picture from. There were not a lot of him and we only have one. I described this photo to my father and he vaguely remembers one like this. Thanks for all the help and info.
RE: William Henry Taylor Marie, I do have photos of Alice, J.T. and Rosalie as children and always another small photo of Henry on a horse although it is small and you really can't tell who he is. If any of these you would like, if you give me your email address, I would be happy to share them with you. Thanks, Sandra
RE: William Henry Taylor Marie, Thank you so much for writing the tribute and you are most welcome to use the photo of Henry. Henry's father, Tom Taylor was my g-grandmother's brother and family photos were given to me by Henry's niece, who lives in Charlotte, NC. Thank you for asking permission!