|Clifton Baccus (#46893569)|
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|I was born in Austin, Texas. Grew up in Round Rock, Texas. Love doing genology which FindAGrave helps greatly. Graduated from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, with a degree to Teach. Later got Masters of Education from Stephen F. Austin University, then a certificate to be a Principal. Taught and coached in Texas for 25 years. Places like Leander, Garland, Jourdanton, Kaufman, White Oak, Eden, Floesville, Bloomington, Rockport, Port Lavaca and Nataila.|
I am grateful for any corrections or additions. I love to transfer memorials I've added to family members for their "safe keeping". Please remember that direct descendants should always have management when possible. If you are not a direct descendant, I would ask that you transfer to one should they ever request it from you.
I will not transfer any memorials that are for anyone that I am a direct descendant of. I prefer to maintain management of those until such time as I am no longer able to care for them. I appreciate your understanding.
If you are a FAG Contributor, and you send me messages about a memorial, but do not include an email address or have your messages turned off on your profile...I may not respond to your request.
I have had a number of people offer "corrections" to memorials, but when I have documentation to back up my information and cannot contact them back to inform/share this with them, I find it very frustrating. Thanks!
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|My Family Circle||Thixon Family|
Thank you Clifton for the photo.
|Mary Hogan Moore||Nola Hogan Steen|
Thank you for your efforts to provide a picture of Nola Steen's headstone. I was hoping to get a more recent picture with the dates of her death on the headstone. The one you have copied appears to be the original from 2010.
|Betty Burns||James Tippit|
James Mathis Tippit was the son of Samuel Reece Tippit. The information at his findagrave site was taken from his death certificate which was given by his son Ned who did not know the name of his grandfather and listed it as James.
|Joey W. Weaver||RE: New Mexico Cementery|
Hello: I don't know the location. I called Freund Funeral Home in Cuero. The man said he never heard of that cemetery. He said that there were 3 cemeteries that were old and had Hispanic burials. They are San Luis, Upper Yorktown and Yorktown Community. I went off the Death Certificates.
|Amanda Robson||Memorial# 30911975|
As I look at her list closer... I see that it was George Ann who was married to Jefferson Marshall Perry... Not Hannah Isabell McAnally
|Amanda Robson||Memorial# 30911975|
Jessie Lee McAnally Cox is the Baby/My Grandmother. There is a photo of this group on John Marion McAnally's find a grave page. I'm not sure who is who, in the photo, except the baby (wearing white standing between the parents) and the parents who are seated in the photo.
The list of the John Marion & Anne Mariah White McAnally Children (names and spouses) was given to me by a cousin ( Susie Havins Stephen of Lampasas, Tx)
1. Ida Destamona McAnally, married James McSpadden
2. Hannah Isabell McAnally married Jefferson M. Perry
3. Nancy Elizabeth McAnally
4. Arrora Florence McAnally
5. Jonie Alice McAnally
6. Martha Susan McAnally
7. Lelah Bob McAnally married Knowles Arthur Claude Mayhall
8. Lula May McAnally married Chub Priest Preece
9. James Richard McAnally married Lydia Ethyl Barnett
10. George Ann "Annie" McAnally
11. Marion Howard McAnally (never married)
12. Ephriam Manning McAnally
13. Jessie Lee McAnally married Tolbert Fanning Cox ...
|Amanda Robson||Memorial # 30911975|
George Ann McConally Perry
The name McConally should be McAnally
Thank you so very much for the transfer. Please add your headstone photo to his other site.
Added by Eddieb on Jan 31, 2016 10:57 AM
|carol nourse||John Smith Baccus|
Hello...Do you have more information on John Smith Baccus? His name caught my attention. I am researching the John Smith/Peggy Compton children, one who is Eli Smith/Emeretta Noble in Scioto county. I am wondering if your John Smith Baccus could be named from knowing a person in my John Smith family.
It's a long shot...John Smith is a hard name to research.
Any connection you are aware of ?
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: George Peter Baccus|
Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Mass.
Created by: Clifton Baccus
Record added: Oct 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118436815
Have a great day! Sharon
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