|Terry Henson (#47374426)|
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|R. L. Vaughn||Aaron Hinson|
Since you created the Aaron Hinson page at the Laneville Cemetery, I want you to know that I added his wife and infant son.
There are some remains of the son's broken stone, and I did not find the wife's gravestone. Both these were transcribed in 1986, so the wife's marker was there then. Facing west, to the left, there is what might have been the base of a stone or a flat marker just to signify someone is buried there.
|Lena B.||Thomas Sharrock|
Thank you for the transfer of his memorial. I do appreciate it.
Added by Lena B. on Nov 05, 2013 12:16 PM
|Dale & Corinne Wise||Charles Elijah Mallory|
Hi there. Would you link Charles with his spouse Cecelia #66957266? I appreciate your help to put this family together - Gail Wise Gittens (edit email sent)
|Dale & Corinne Wise||Cecelia Ellen Clarke|
Hello. Would you link Cecelia to her parents E F #53528013 and Mary #53528103? I appreciate your help - Gail Wise Gittens (edit email sent)
You're very welcome.
|flgrl||Thomas Benton Wheeler (Govenor Wheeler)|
Find A Grave Memorial# 60728706
Prairie View Cemetery
Thomas Benton Wheeler (Govenor Wheeler)
Thomas was born at Marshall County, Alabama on June 7,1840. He was the son of William Henry Edward and Mary Magruder (Barton) Wheeler.
Thomas father died in 1846; his widowed Mother moved the family to Hays County,Texas in 1854.
Thomas B. Wheeler CSA Records found on Film # M227 roll 39 all three.
(1) 16 Texas Cavalry/Co.A
(2) 36 Texas Cavalry/Co.A
(3) Ragsdale's Battn Texas Calvary/Co.E
Returned to Austin,Texas after the CW began teaching and studying law. 1867 admitted to the State Bar and elected as Travis County Judge.
1872 Elected Mayor of Austin serving until 1877.
Thomas Benton Wheeler passed several years in his private practice at Breckinridge,Stephens County, Texas until 1880 when he was elected DISTRICT JUDGE of the 12th. Judicial District and re-elected again in 1884 for the same position.
1886 Thomas Benton Wheeler was elected LT.GOVERNOR of Texas and serving as Governor.
September 1889 Thomas Benton Wheeler began making plans for a Deep Water Harbor in the waters of Aransas and Red Fish Bays (fronting lands he had acquired.)Thomas lived in this area until 1893.
Marriage (1) Kitty Manor (Daughter of James Manor(b:1804,came to Texas with Sam Houston. The town of MANOR is where James settled.)
Kitty Manor Wheeler died in 1881
Marriage (2) Ida DeBerry (daughter of Honorable A.W.DeBerry ex-Sec.of State)
Ida and Thomas Benton Wheeler were the parents of: Bettie Benton Wheeler and John DeBerry Wheeler.
Thomas Benton Wheeler was a Knight Templer
Thomas Benton Wheeler died while visiting in San Antonio Texas.
Added by flgrl on Jul 22, 2011 10:10 PM