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JaneAnneHH (#47025009)
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Bio Photo Texas Rangers Ransom Herrin and son James Monroe Herrin are my husbands ggrandfathers.
The pioneer families lived in Boerne and Harper, Texas and were involved in the McDonald Massacre.
We have been updating the family memorials recently and hope to recruit family members to take on some of the memorials.
I am pleased to say I have met some cousins through find a grave and I am very grateful for this opportunity.
Thanks,
Jane
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Joyce Edgar Phipps
RE: Bessie Agnes Russell
No, I am not related. I have two friends buried in this cemetery so we made the 240 mile trip to take photo's. I ended up taking over 450. Some one made memorial pages for everyone buried in this cemetery but they didn't add photo's so that is what I am doing. If you will send me your email address I will send you a copy of Bessie's death certificate (if I can remember how to do it) Senior moments are coming fast and furious...but I am fairly sure I can send it.
Added by Joyce Edgar Phipps on Dec 01, 2012 8:01 AM
Joyce Edgar Phipps
Bessie Agnes Russell
You might check her Texas death certificate #45542. The information on it is completely different than what you have listed. It shows she was born in Austin and died in Melvin. It shows she died in 1949 and you have 1942. Just thought you might recheck her information and make corrections on her page. Thank you.
Added by Joyce Edgar Phipps on Nov 30, 2012 10:28 AM
Dale Diehl
Luella Herrin
Jane,
I came across your record for Ransom Herrin. He is also my GG-Grandfather. I noticed that you have a daughter (Luella) listed in the bio. She is my G-Grandmother. I have seen her name spelled many ways and I'm not sure which is correct. Her husband, Robert Diehl, is burried in the Valley Spring cemetery, in Valley Spring, TX., but I have never been able to locate her burial location. I was hoping that you might have additional information about her. Thanks for all of the information you have posted on the family. It is very informative! You can e-mail me directly at ddiehl2@tx.rr.com
Thank You,
Dale
Added by Dale Diehl on May 06, 2012 3:34 PM
Mary
RE: Vernon Herrin marker
My pleasure!
Added by Mary on Mar 14, 2012 12:59 PM
David R. Cheesman, Sen.
RE: Greetings from Texas
Thank you soooo much, Jane.
Sorry I haven't been in touch lately.
Had been under the weather for quite
a spell and seldom touched the computer.
Will try to write more often.
All kindest wishes
Cousin Dave Cheesman
Added by David R. Cheesman, Sen. on Jun 26, 2011 8:00 AM
TexRose
parents links for Sallie K. Herrin
Could you be so kind as to add the following parent links for Sallie K. Herrin (# 21760226).

father: William Randolph Jewell - #36897802
mother: Rena J. Floyd Jewell - #33559012

Thank you very much for your help. It is really appreciated.
Added by TexRose on Mar 28, 2010 5:15 PM
postitnote
Palmquist
Hi, I went to Oakwood Annex in Austin to photograph Minnie, William, and Arthur Palmquist, however they do not have headstones. The lot they are located in is solely Palmquist, but only one has a headstone, and his name is Melvin Eugene Palmquist.
Added by postitnote on Jul 11, 2009 4:12 PM
Novembersfirst
T. B.
You're welcome, glad I could help
Added by Novembersfirst on Jul 06, 2009 9:01 PM
Texas History Hunter
Herrin Family Reunion
Hi Jane! Your reunion notice is now live on the site:
http://www.texashistoryhunter.net/reunions.html

If you want to add details as they become available please just keep me posted and I will update as often as you need me to. Glad I can help you with getting the word out!

Take care

Sherry
Added by Texas History Hunter on Jun 18, 2009 8:10 AM
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Herrin
I was STILL not able to find the stone with the corrected information so I will call up the cemetery office tomorrow. I'm sure I've overlooked it, but just to triple-check...
Added by postitnote on Jun 08, 2009 6:45 PM
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