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Debra Frost Holt (#47562593)
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Bio Photo My family Frost-Arnett-Cobb, McKinney-Hines came to Texas from the southern states in the 1800's. The Cobbs & Arnetts were citizens of the Republic of Texas. Through the Cobb line I was able to qualify as a Daughter of the Republic of Texas. Clark E. and Stancil Cobb received land grants in 1838 and Clarks daughter, Mary Angeline, was born in Texas in 1841 in Robertson County. I have enjoyed learning about my ancestors and discovering that Joseph Cobb came to the Jamestown settlement in 1613!
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Rita Collvins Mayfield
McKinneys
Hi Debbie,
I sent you an email. Sorry for the delay.

Regards,
Rita
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Mar 14, 2015 7:32 AM
Rita Collvins Mayfield
McKinney family
Hi Debra,
I could say cousin, since we are related to some degree. Noel's father William Trousdale is the brother of my Great Great Grandmother Martha Sanders McKinney, who married Thomas H Ramsey. Their son, my Great Grandfather was named for his mother Albus Sanders Ramsey.

I have done a lot of research on the McKinneys and have quite a few of them on findagrave and am reluctant to give them all up, but I will be glad to transfer your grandparents and Mona to you, and also your mom's other sister Eleanor Faye. I don't manage Sidney Emmett's, or else would give him to you also.

I have had a little contact with one or two of the McKinney cousins and am very pleased to make your acquaintance.

Best Regards,
Rita
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Mar 10, 2015 11:02 AM
Lynda Lehmann-French
Martha Clyde/Mamie Scott
Yes, certainly. Any pics or memorials I have are public and you are more than welcome to copy and include in your family history.

Martha (Mamie) Clyde Hines-Scott was the mother-in-law of my 2nd cousin 2x removed. I am connected to the Hines and Scott via my Dorough family line.
One of her daughters (Maude (Nannie)Scott) who married Charles Deets Dorough.

I do not have any additional pics of the Hines though (just the one you inquired about with the 3 sisters).

I need to get you plugged into my family tree.
My direct email: Lynda@tableshuffleboard.org

I may have other items of interest for you, but Hines is not really direct to me other than her being a mother-in-law which falls in my Byrd-Dorough family line.
Added by Lynda Lehmann-French on Mar 09, 2015 3:27 PM
Carolyn Hebbe McLeod
RE: George P. Frost
Debra,
Elizabeth Texana Bishop was my great, grand aunt. She married George P. Frost on Jun. 29, 1905 in Robertson Co., Texas. This was her 3rd marriage and George's 2nd. They are listed on the 1910 Texas census for Robertson Co., enumeration district #109, sheet 18A, line 37.

The census states this was marriage 2 for him and marriage 3 for Elizabeth. It also states that they have been in their present marriage for 4 years which means 1905/1906. They had no children, Carl McLeod listed is from one Elizabeth's previous marriages.

My husband, to my knowledge, has no Taylor family in the Robertson Co. area. I do through my Byrd and Bishop families. I believe that Luther Elizabeth Frost, from your great, grandparent's family, married my great, grand uncle, Francis Marion Byrd. That just might make us "kin" in someway!

Hope this information is of help to you.

Carolyn (#47384868)
Added by Carolyn Hebbe McLeod on Sep 06, 2014 1:17 PM
Sandra Bertram Meier
Wm Arnett
You may use the photo on Ancestry with credit given to me:
Sandra Bertram Meier Find a Grave Member #46771075.

Good luck on your quest to join DRT. I am a member and consider it an honor to pay tribute to those ancestors who made Texas the great state we live in. Membership is a great way to do that.
Added by Sandra Bertram Meier on Sep 17, 2013 9:22 PM
jej
Cairl C. Moudy
Thank you so much for your time and effort. I'd say he does not have a headstone. Thanks, jej
Added by jej on Mar 26, 2012 4:34 PM
jo buis
Bluebonnet
Thank you for the photo of the marker for Berlin Fuller
Added by jo buis on Mar 26, 2012 1:04 PM
Diane Farabee
Pictures of Headstone for Barbara Jeanine Rurherford
Thank you, Debra for taking these pictures. I am her stepdaughter, and I have been unable to travel to Colleyville to do this myself. FindAGrave volunteers are the kindest, most generous people I know of. Thanks again.

Diane Farabee
Added by Diane Farabee on Mar 26, 2012 8:01 AM
 

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