|Elreeta Weathers (#47271637)|
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Genealogy has been a hobby for decades. I share information about Hamilton County, TX, |
People and Places: Gazetteer of Hamilton County, TX
and family lines--Adcock, Allen, Clark, Crain, Fergusson, Gibson, Grisham, Hunter, Jones, Kellum, Kirkland, Langston, Mabry, McClendon, McDonald, McGlothlin/McGlauthlin, Reamy, Rowland, Stribling, Taliaferro, Thornton, Winscoatte, Weathers, et.al.
In 2008 I retired the second time after spending 35 years in public education administration and eight years teaching special needs students in a private Christian school.
One of my websites:
PEOPLE AND PLACES: GAZETTEER OF HAMILTON COUNTY, TEXAS
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|Lynda Duncan Miles||Leona McNew OBIT|
Thank you so much for the obit and photo for Leona, Elreeta. It has helped me fill out her memorial, and connect her to her parents, as well as some of her siblings. I appreciate the help!
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Mary Josephine Tandy King|
Hello Elreeta, you are so welcome. It was my pleasure. Have a great evening.
|mary bynum||Lillie Texas Roberts-Bynum-Evans|
Lillie Robert's first husband was Sterling Anderson Bynum. (117491944) Her children were Rosser Anderson Bynum (80417549) Esteen Temple Bynum (82945260) and Laverne Dean (buried in Hamilton Cemetery.)
|Kay White||RE: Alma Dorthea Rea Millwee|
I really do not do very much of this, and did not even realize that I had a contributor number until you asked me for it. My contributor number is Kay White (#48046888).
|Kay White||Alma Dorthea Rea Millwee|
Thank you for the work you do for Find-A-Grave. I don't know if you are aware of the actual history of the O.K. & T.K. Rea Cemetery or not. My husband, Robert Millwee White, is the son of Helen Aletha Millwee White, grandson of Alma Dorthea Rea Millwee and brother of recent interree, Donald Martin White. The cemetery was actually created when Alma Dorthea Rea Millwee passed away (and the year engraved on her tombstone is one year off, BTW)at the home of her parents, the T.K. Reas. She was not eligible to be buried in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery because she was Methodist. Since O.K. Rea, Alma's uncle, owned the land immediately adjacent to the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery,the brothers decided to dedicate the land for the Rea Family Cemetery. There are two graves in the cemetery which seem to predate Alma's grave, but they actually died and were buried in Wisconsin, I believe, and then re-interred in the Rea Cemetery some time after Alma's burial. I'm not sure that they were even the second and third graves there and I have no idea how this could be determined.
|Lynda Duncan Miles||Charles Simon, photo|
Hi Elreeta! Thanks for the picture on Charles's memorial, but the system added the same picture twice. Do you think you could eliminate one of them? Thanks!
Charles #: Find A Grave Memorial # 112498367
|FS||William Jarvis Reamy|
hello! I noticed you wrote on the find a grave page for William Jarvis that he is your ggg-grandfather. I am trying to verify that his parents were James I. Reamy and wither Lucretia Bainton (Baynton) Carter or ____Neale. Or was he the son of Bereman Reamy, and Sally Jarvis Balderson? There is conflicting info on the family and it is puzzling me. Thanks!
Added by FS on Aug 15, 2014 2:26 PM
|Diana Howard||Howard Family|
As I was searching for a family grave I came across the photos you posted of my husband's mother, Leila Mae Howard. Thank you so much!
I'm a beginner genealogist searching for the Howard and Harvey lines plus my Olson line.
Thank you again,
|E. E. Smith||RE: Andora Smith-Potts.|
You're most welcome! I've also thought it was exciting to descend from the first woman college graduate in Texas!
Evelyn E. Smith
|Joyce M.||RE: Hampton Crain|
You're welcome, Elreeta.
Added by Joyce M. on Jul 27, 2014 8:04 PM
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