Old Walton Cemetery Hi, Thank you for the work tht you've put into findagrave. I saw that you added memorials for the Old Walton Cemetery in Panola County, Texas. I'm searching for an ancestor who's resting place has proven to be elusive - Peter Roquemore d:1852 near Clayton, Texas. He might be buried at the Old Walton Cemetery, but there isn't any hard evidence on this. I was wondering what your sources are for the cemetery, or if you had any other insights or suggestions for my hunt. Thank you, -Tim
Found it! Well, now that I've looked around on all of your memorials. I have found her. In the census of 1880, Mary listed the older three children as step children but starting with Lidia, she listed them as her children. I do see that the marriage certificate says September and William was born in August. So he did marry her a month after William was born. Thank you for doing all of this work.
Park and Mary A. DMosso, I am Bert's daughter. I have been doing some research and I think that Park was married twice. His first was wife, Frances, who I believe he had three children with: Frances, Park, and Ebbie. But he married Mary A. McDanal in 1870. They had Lidia, Fanny, Jas America, and William. I am currently searching for anything that I can find about Mary. A 1910 Census has her living with William and Icy Lee in Rising Star. I assume that she must be buried there. Can you please help me to find more information on her but she is not in that household in 1920. I assume that she died and is (hopefully) buried in Rising Star. Could you please help me find more information on her. Thanks!
Walton gen If this is Dorothy, I've been wondering if you were still alive. I have letters you sent to Mary Mayfield (my mother-in-law)in '88 & '89. Her g grandmother Sara was sister to your William. I've been doing my line and some on my wife's (Mary Evelyn) I even have a letter you sent to her. She doesn't have the gen bug. However I would like to know your results of DAR to get her signed up. Did you ever do dau of the republic of TX.My wife and you would be unique in qualifying for both. I was surprised when I saw this grave site with your name.Looking forward to your reply. Ron Richey