Fredendall - Faggard
Merne - Belyeu
Renea Isaacs - Bunting, Jones, Griffin
Dianna Gilliam - Kegley
DavisLastdollar@cs.com - Clark, Powell
Janiece Wade - Hyatt, Baker, Galloway, Woodson
Joy McClellan - Rumfield, McClellan
Judy Busch - Cadenhead, Glover, Hornsby, Golden, Coan
Shirley Dreaden - Heathington
Terri Soule - Terry, Spicer, Nail, Rippetoe
- Ragsdill, Edwards, Taylor, Rogers, Poe, Bryson, Bowden
Edward L. Williams - Golden, Thornton, Jones, Coan - Navarro County TXGenWeb
David Stephens - Stephens, Edwards, Quinn
Susan Reedy - Faggard, Gilmore, Broughton, Morgan
Rena Pittman - Pittman, Evans, Harris, Simmons
Thad Grimshaw - Grimshaw
Barbara Holt Dolloff - Holt
Mary Hammond - Estes
Lisa Deason - Underwood, Moor
Tricia Lobozzo - Hardin, Eads, Crownover
Ann Taylor - Self
Pat Borden - Dittrich
Edna Powell - Powell, Underwood, Bethany
Kevin Cogburn - Cogburn, Echols
Stephanie Richards - Morrison, Alman
Wanda Danner Mehlhoff - Dansby, Mayer
Pat Lewis McDowell - Hammon, Freeman
John Carlson - Miller, Ely
Virginia Garrett - Reed, Woodward, Parker, Miller, Powell
Beverly Brown Hurt - Waters, King
Lynn - Wilson, Dukes
Charlotte Wooten Art - Timmons, Wooten
Vicki Cook - Cook, Freeman, Stoneburner
Don Martin - Martin, Stephenson, Brittain
Betty Holleman Cook - Holleman, Kimble, McNeil (McNeal)
Gale Freeman - Freeman
Don Stephens - Stephens, Upshaw, Locke
Izel Lopez - Lopez, Weber
Patsy Hand - Ripley
Lea Peacock - Henderson
Darlene Tracy - Howell,
Stephanie McGill - Coker, Henson
Kathryn Mihalek - Maddox, Anders, Watson, Winters
Kenneth Thomas - Maddox, Thomas
Sara Rollins - Pounds
Ronald L. Spruill - Spruill
Karla Bloomfield - Higgins, Cunningham, Stone
Billie Johns - Butler
- Letticia EVANS was my
Great-Great-grandmother. Am interested in corresponding with others
researching this line. Please contact Weldon at
Veneta Ray Lewis - I have been searching for an ancestor from 1893 De Leon that said he had a Baxter or a Bascom Ray that was a relative. Will (J. W. Ray) had smallpox when he was pretty young and he mentioned a shed and a peach orchard on the property where he was at the time. He also had a picture of a young woman with Mary written on the back. I posted that picture on the DeadFred.com website as Mary Ray if you care to look. We really don't know if Ray was her last name. He thought she had died around 1958 or 59. I'm wondering if he is related to William Baxter Ray & Mary Emaline Macon. Thank you for any consideration.
J. Mitchell - Newton, Russell, Sharp, Talbott
Is Thelma Lucille Newton the daughter of Claude C. Newton and Mary Russell? They lived in Cisco in 1930 & in Illinois in 1920. Thelma married Henry Grady Sharp in 1931 and had children: Mary, Henri, and Grady (Buddy). Mary's sister, Nellie Genevieve, married Earl Talbott and moved to Lubbock, but I can't locate them.
Carroll, Hall, Johnson, Fisher
Verda Johnson had the initial M. She is the daughter of Alice Adella Carroll and James Robert Johnson who married in Erath Co, TX June 9, 1901. Verda was 1st cousin to my mother, Vera. Alice and my grandmother were sisters. I have pictures of Alice as a young girl and as a young woman. I am happy to exchange information. Would like to know what happened to Verda's brothers, Mark L. Johnson and Paul B. Johnson. My mother said the nicest things about them. Thanks!
Melissa Steele - Cogburn, Holland. I have several photos of people with these surnames and related and would be willing to share them with others interested in them.
Guy Moore - I am trying to find anyone who may have known my great grandfather, William Lewis Moore, born 09/13/1874 and died 08/25/1963. His son, John Clyde Moore, was my grandfather. As far as I can tell my grandfather was raised in DeLeon. He later moved to Grand Saline, Texas, where he raised his family. My great grandfather stayed and eventually died in DeLeon; he is buried at the DeLeon Cemetery. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Alison Smith - Part of my genealogy hobby is returning photos "home". I have a photo labeled J. D. Ham and son Ottis from the late 1800s, taken at De Leon, Tx., and labeled "Charley Ham, youngest son of Wm. and Margaret Ham (J. D. Ham's father)". If these are your family, they are yours. This is my hobby and they are free, this is not a sales pitch. I have sent out photos home and luckily received some, too. There are additional photos that might be related, of Willie and Luther Owen, with children Hugh and Joe, and a grandmother Owen with ? Ruth, from Dublin, Tx. 1-440-838-5719
Ellen Norris - I have a copy of a
letter that was found in our Norris family possessions and we are unable to
place the people mentioned in this letter. I will gladly forward a copy
of the letter to anyone that may have an interest or anyone who might shed
some light on who these people mentioned in the letter are. The letter
is dated June 27, 1899 from Heath to Bro and Sister. It's on the letterhead
stationary of E. B. Walker & Co., General Merchandise, of De Leon, Texas.
It is this store that I presume Heath refers to when he states he will soon be
out of the store.
The sister seems to be named Larrah, and he reports on the poor health of Aunt Wanda and Aunt Tilda. And Heath mentions getting a letter from Hill and Florence. Heath also reports that J. R. Gilmore's mother died and that the measles have struck that area very bad. He reports that J. R. Gilmore's brother's wife was very low and not expected to live. He reports also on a District Conference, where he helped entertain the delegates. There were 70 to 100 delegates and preachers in attendance, and he (Heath) hosted the Dublin preacher and his wife.
Heath talks about Jim wanting to go to a place whose name I can't make out - possibly Ind. territory, but Heath doesn't want to, because it's too far to go by wagon. Imagine!!
The only lead to further information is Heath's promise to send a copy of Mother's obituary from the Advocate. Presumably a newspaper. Does this resonate with anyone? I would appreciate your help. THANKS
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