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Hello from Texas, the Lone Star state. |
I research Carters from MD, NC, GA, AL, Union Parish and Ouachita Parish Louisana, McLennan County and other counties in Texas.
McKeralls, Dishmans and Smiths from Greene County MO and Texas.
Sedberrys from Maury County TN to Bosque Valley and McLennan county Texas
Askins and Boltons from Shelby County Texas.
Van Wyks from Marion and Sioux County IA.
Smith, Williams, Barrow, Barber from Harris and Chambers County, Texas
Would love to hear from you on any of these families.
If you find an error in any of my listings or if there is something you want to add, please let me know. [Edit]
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You are welcome!
|T. B. Willis||Rev. Silas Dean Davenport|
Thanks for the link!
|Cindy Coffell||RE: Marion Komnick|
You are most welcome.
|rosebud||RE: Rachel Robertson Hawk|
You're welcome, yes thank goodness for those! This lady is not my relative but Eva's name was mentioned as a note.
Added by rosebud on Jun 14, 2013 4:38 PM
|Scott McMillan||Behelers, etc.|
Thanks, Sandra!...I'll have to check out those links to Chalk Bluff. There's really no telling and, who knows, I might learn something else that I didn't know...
Oddly, I stopped at White Rock in March with the family...we were returning from Austin. I had contacted Eddy a while back to have my markers located and he was a great help. I told him that I really wanted to plant a tree...so it could grow and grow like those in the middle and back...Eddy said that it was okay as long as he located it. I mentioned to my wife that day as we drove in under the arch that I needed to give him a call soon about that...Then I noticed a grave with fresh flowers - probably from that morning near the back of the cememtery. On our way out that day I circled back to see the marker that had bee placed...You know who - Eddy Philips. So ironic...come to find out, I won't be giving him a call after all. I know that they were looking for someone to replace him, but I don't know if they've been identified yet. He and my grandad's brother "Boots" did such a great job out there...
Keep in touch!
|Scott McMillan||Elm Mott Cemetery|
Hi, Sandra! Remember me? I've been working hard on my ancestry again for the last 5-6 months...I've discovered so many things but, as you know, the work is never quite done. I have a question about this Cemetery in Elm Mott...As you know, most of my known ancestry is from Elm Mott but they are buried in Ross at White Rock. I have uncovered several really old death certificates that indicate "Elm Mott Cemetery" as their place of final rest. Do you know much about this cemetery? It seems very small...Obviously, my goal is to locate them and their headstones (if there is one) but I just don't know how to go about doing it. Any thoughts?
Thanks - Scott
|T. B. Willis||Green Berry Hardwick at Hardwick Cemetery|
Thought you might like to see the biographical sketch I added on him today. They were early settlers of McLennan County, TX.
|T. B. Willis||James H. Hardwick|
Thanks so much for the links!
You're welcome! It was my pleasure.. Your detailed description really helped me narrow down the location. :) Take care..
I was at Restland today and stopped at Field of Honor to takes some photos of the section with all the Memorial Day flags and easily found the Harwood marker. I have a couple of good photos which I can send you to fulfill the request. The sun keep peaking out so I had to flip the photo to avoid the shadow.
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