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Chad Harris (#46777056)
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G Jackson
RE: Merchants
I so enjoyed the pictures! I know so little about that side. My mother was born Doris Elaine Holcombe, daughter of Dee Roy Holcombe JR "Sleepy". They moved often growing up on various ranches, as "Sleepy" and "Lillie" were a husband and wife windmill team. Mom said the story she was told was that her grandmother viola Dudley and her brothers were adopted due to their parents being killed, by Indians. I see where they show up on the census in Haskell Texas with adults of a different last name. So I am still looking. Thanks again! I am on facebook also.
Added by G Jackson on Mar 16, 2017 4:41 PM
Anonymous-F.
Hood Family
Hi,
Do you have anyone in your Hood Family that was a preacher, any information would be helpful.
thank you
Added by Anonymous-F. on May 19, 2015 4:17 PM
Patricia
Relationship to J.F. Kennedy
Dear Chad,

I haven't been back to this site for about a year. My Father was James Franklin Kennedy Jr. He is now deceased. He is buried in a national cemetery because he served over 24 years in the US Army and died in Kansas.

I have visited the grave of John F. Kennedy and the family at the Haskell Cemetery. I lost track with most of the family because my mother and father were divorced when I was small. I kept up with Myrtle Kennedy for several years until her death. She stayed at home with Grandpa John (her father) until he died. He had disapproved of the man who asked her to marry when she was a young woman. She never left home. I remember meeting Ola Bell and Hugh. And Great-Aunt Dessie. She and Roy are buried in Wichita Falls. Miss them all. Good luck on your search for ancestry.
Added by Patricia on May 18, 2015 12:31 PM
 

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