|MAURICE HARDING (#48429444)|
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Born to native Texans, Wm Frank and Carverene Leeper Harding in 1950; in Rochester MN as my mother was in Mayo Clinic undergoing treatment for renal failure and thyroid disease which nearly took her life. Her team of Resident doctors at Mayo Clinic included Drs. Mavis Kelsey and Bill Seybold who moved to Houston to begin their practice their. |
We moved to Houston about 1954, living off of Dumble Street in SE Houston, near Milby HS.
We moved to Cloverleaf, then to the Heights, and finally to Langwood in Oct., 1959, in NW Houston.
I attended CY-FAIR ISD schools: Bane Elementary; Berta Dean JHS; Cy-Fair HS, 1968.
I attended Texas A&M University studying Architecture and then Civil Engineering.
I graduated from University of Houston, BS in Mech. Technology Dec. 1982.
After living in Houston for most of the past 60 years, I moved to Calhoun County, Tx; the Golden Crescent of the Texas Gulf Coast.
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|Angela Cozart McKnight||Dierlams|
Thank you so much for taking the time to try to take a picture. When I make the request, I couldn't remember if they were buried in the cemetery that was washed away by one of the many hurricanes since 1850. I have heard there was one at Foster's Point, or something that used to be called Foster's Point. Since your last name is Harding - I am descended from Samuel F. Harding
who was born about 1795 in Ireland and died after after 1850 in Calhoun County, Texas.
I would like a picture of the area where the cemetery was supposed to be. I have never been to Calhoun County as my family moved away after Hurricane Carla destroyed their house at Seadrift.
You can send the picture to my email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much!