|Betty Dunn (#46908503)|
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|Amy the Spirit Seeker||Hello!|
It was nice to meet you the other day. :)
|patty munson||Walker-cox-Somerford cemetery|
I wanted to see if I can ask a favor of you, i see you index Walker-Cox-Somer ford Cemetery John Bullock is listed in this cemetery along with his sister Josephine Bullock Cox 1854 - 09 Aug 1885 (John's sister ) I wanted to see if you could take a photo of his grave he is my 3 grandfather
John Bullock B.1846 d. After 1920 my GGG Grandfather along with several Walker's from John and Josephine mother Mary"s first marriage
(Tandy Walker line) some are also buried here
|Lynda Lehmann-French||Robert Armstong Lott?|
I do not have a record at all for John Lott having a brother named Robert Armstrong Lott. He did have a brother named Robert Alexander Lott (who is buried in Old Washington Cemetery in the LOTT plot I mentioned before). He had a brother named Michael Lott (also buried in Old Washington) who did have a daughter named Margaret Lott (and I do not have in my record who she married) & thought this might be the one you were looking for.
Sarah Ann Lott's siblings...
Jesse Lott, John Lott, Louisa A Lott. Sarah Ann Lott had two marriages: Col James Russell Cook Sr and Hartwell Coleman (de la) Fountain.
Her sister Louisa A Lott (is my direct line decendent)who had 4 marriages: 1st: Robert T Miller (my direct line); Hamilton C Cohron; Alfred Alexander Aikman; and Hugh Breslen (whom she may or may not have actually married, but lived briefly with him and her two Aikman boys in Bastrop county). Since she died LOUISA AIKMAN I do not think she married Breslen and they were only living in Bastrop for a brief time.
|Lynda Lehmann-French||margaret Lott|
I think possibly that the Margaret Lott you mention may be one of Michael Lott's daughters that I did not yet have a spouse in my tree. She was born (I think) abt Jan 1851 and would match up for a marriage in 1872 that you inquired about.
Do you have any more info than what is in your inquiry to me and I will get with my cousin who made a couple trips to the Lott plot (which is very hard to find through the jungle - esp this time of year being snakey).
I am descended from John Lott (who owned the tavern and livery stable in WOB) and he was one of the characters they recently portrayed during their big big celebration on WOB history. He was supposedly killed by Indians and we have not found a burial for him (supposedly killed in Kellum Springs). But, a number of our LOTTS (including Michael Lott are in the well hidden LOTT plot at Old Washington Cemetery). If you look at some of the LOTT Find A Grave memorials I own maitenance of you can get some info on approx where our LOTT plot is. Some are buried at Farquhar too.
I am quite certain the Margaret LOTT you are researching is one of our family - as all the LOTTs in WOB are related to us.
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|Lynda Lehmann-French||RE: Lockett|
You are so right! I was told about a year ago that efforts were being made to get these Washington County Cemeteries approved for Tx Historical Landmarks and get funding to cleanup and repair (I think Old Washington Cemetery was first on the list). It is so very sad that the birth of Texas in Washington county history is being destroyed.
If I ever hit a lotto I would get something funded for sure! There is so much history being destroyed and so many of the early pioneers of Texas passed through Washington county even if they did not stay there long-term.
My LOTT family is in Old Washington Cemetery and their plot is overgrown and almost impossible to find when my cousin went there years back with Pam Puryear (before she passed away) and took some photos (same condition as you describe).
Thank you so very much for finding this stone while anything is still left of it and many others.
|Lynda Lehmann-French||George H Lockett Headstone - Many Thanks!|
Thanks so much for posting the headstone for George H Lockett (young son of Stephen Clay Lockett).
His father Stephen died on the same day as he did and I would have thought they would have been buried near each other since they died on the same day. Did you notice any other headstones (Lockett) nearby. I have not yet found the burial for his father in Washington Co. The mother/wife did not die until years later and she is buried in Angleton, Texas.
But, it seems his dad should also have been buried in same cemetery. Maybe headstone is missing. His son's was very hard to read anything on the photo, so all those old headstones are apparently in ill repair.
Again, thank you soooo much for taking the time to do the photo and posting it. Greatly appreciated!
|patty munson||Walker-Cox-Somerford Ceme...|
I noticed you had some of the grave photos form this cemetery...Walker-Cox-Somerford Cemetery in Grimes Co Texas
Listed a Josephine Cox 1854 - 09 Aug 1885 (John's sister )
John Bullock (no dates) my GG Grandfather along with several Walker's from John and Josephine mother Mary"s first marriage
(Tandy Walker line)
my question do you have a copy of John information.
|Philip Dodd||John Maxwell Book of 1995|
Where can I see a copy of this book? Thanks. Philip Dodd firstname.lastname@example.org
|Glenn Myers||Marker for Marion Myers|
Betty, this is so good. I never thought I would actually get to see this. Thank you, thank you. We really appreciate you going out of your way and being so considerate. Most excellent.
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