|Bettie Anne Jones (#47099402)|
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Hi! My name is Bettie Anne Jones. I am a retired school librarian (43 years service) living in Pasadena, Texas. I was born in Teague, Freestone County, Texas, and grew up in Mexia, Limestone County, Texas. My parents were John Preston Jones and Ella Davis Dozier Jones. I enjoy reading and needlework, particularly counted cross stitch. Since I found this website, I have found the listings of a number of my relatives. I want to add many more with photos in the hope I will locate some their descendents.|
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|Michael Burk||Feraby Roberts 'nee Smith|
I had a heck of a time with this one. I had several gedcoms that I had been looking at and they all said the same thing. that Feraby Smith had first married a Roberts, and then to a Sparks. And was buried west of Waco.
So I looked and sure enough there was the one that they were pointing to.
I did a search today just for kicks, with no name, and just looked for death records in Texas between 1900 and 1950, with parents only listed.
And up popped Feraby Roberts, Listing her parents and place of birth acuratly.
Thanks for all of your hard work.
Michael E. Burk
|Laura Teer||G. W. radke|
Sorry about the incomplete last message George w. Radke died Jan 19, 2002. He was the husband of Dorothy Lea tackett Radke. Dorothy was my 1st cousin once removed...Laura Teer
|Laura Teer||George Washington Radke|
Jan 19, 2002 died husband of Dorothy Lea Tackett Radke
|Michael Burk||Nancy Ann Edmundson 'nee Smith|
Thank you Betty, For the transfer. I have been working on this family for some time. Nancy was a first cousin to my GGGreat Grandmother Rhoda A. Nicholas 'nee Smith, whom I am sure is buried at the Moyers Cemetery in Rusk County, Texas
This Smith family had a great impact on Texas History, and associations like James Britton Bailey, Sam Houston, Anthony M. Branch and the Chism, Chisholm family including both Jessie, John.
I also think family belongs together. And finding gems like this part of my family are what makes genealogy fun.
Have a great day!!!
Michael E. Burk
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