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|I grew up in Llano, Texas. My maternal grandmother's family (Roberts) first came to Llano County in 1854. Some still live on the original land and throughout Llano. My great-great-great grandfather was one of Llano County's earliest pioneers.|
My closest relatives are buried in Llano, Williamson and Trinity Counties.
The surnames in my line include Smith, Powell, Bynum, Owens, Branch, and Roberts.
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|Deb||Just saying hello!|
Have lost track of you. Where have you gotten off too the past couple years? Bobbye said you were on FB? ... I looked but didn't find you.
Added by Deb on Jul 12, 2013 1:04 PM
|debra weldon||John Howard Peveto SR|
Would you please make a link for John Howard Peveto Sr (65156502) to his parents John D Peveto (49776730) his father and Georgeanne Holden Peveto (86706911) his mother. Howard Peveto is my great Uncle.
Debra Weldon (47764979)
|Marti Hale||Charles Roberts Sr|
Blake, Charles Roberts, Sr. b 1780 is my gt-gt-gt grandfather through his son Edward Roberts who is buried with him in the Roberts cemetery in Oletha.
We are still searching for his wife's name and his parents names. Please let me know if you can help in our search.
Thank you cousin, Martha Hale
|Tobi||RE: Latham and Roberts/Backues|
Shirley Latham is my great aunt. Her husband is my grandmother's brother. Mattie Backhues is my great-great grandmother. I love genealogy! I have worked some on the Bickerdyke side (which is Mattie's daughter-in-law's maiden name). But am trying to learn more of the Latham side. Could we perhaps exchange email addresses?
Added by Tobi on Apr 25, 2012 10:02 AM
|Tobi||Latham and Roberts/Backues|
I noticed you maintain the sites for Mattie Roberts Backues and Frank Silas Latham. I am related to both of these individuals and was wondering if maybe we might not also be related.
Added by Tobi on Apr 24, 2012 11:06 PM
|Marilyn E.||RE: Fairview Cemetery|
I'm sorry I didn't get a photo of that Latham tombstone for you. I did see it there but didn't realize it belonged with the Backues family. Poor excuse, but we were hurrying at the end of a long day in extremely windy conditions. If I get back up that way again, I'll make sure I get that photo.
|Donna Ellison||RE: Photo Requests Help|
No problem! That happens to everyone. Those requests came up yesterday and today and I figured something happened. I've already "claimed" them. I'll try to get them done this week.
The best way to find graves at SM Cem. is to get Victor to help. Otherwise you can look forever.
A couple of the online maps aren't really accurate so it makes searching hard.
However, Victor is only there during the week. If you work then too,it's hard to get by there.
Don't give up.
|LGDSpurgeon||RE: Silas Latham|
I checked all the markers carefully. Most are quite ancient and of weathered stone while then some are broken or toppled. Also, several are just small boulder stones and unlabeled. I'll be going to Llano late next week and can check the burial register at the library. Their canvas records may either explain or confirm for Silas. -L
|Mike McCarty||RE: McCartys in San Marcos Cemetery|
Thank you for your effort, I'm sorry but I don't know the location as I have never been to the cemetery. Please don't go to a huge effort but the nex time your at the cemetery please see if you can find it.
Thanks you very much.
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