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    1. [TEXAS] Looking For Information
    2. Betsy Emhuff via
    3. I am hoping that someone can help me out. I am trying to find the birth parents of John Taylor Cotton. In doing my own research, and viewing several trees on Ancestry.com, I have seen that his birth parents are Benjamin Henry Cotton and Frances Maynard, and after viewing those trees, and doing my own research, I am thinking that maybe Benjamin H./Henry Cotton and Frances Maynard are his birth parents; however, I am not not 100% sure about this. I was recently on Ancestry.com, and I stumbled upon a death certificate for a T. Catton. John Taylor Cotton went by the name Taylor, and sometimes you see him as J. T. Cotton. If this is the same John Taylor Cotton that I am trying to find information for, the death certificate lists is dad as Ben Cotton, and lists his birth date as July 17, 1851, and was born in Kentucky, and lists his death date as December 11, 1933, and died in Scurry County, Texas. After seeing the death certificate, I am leaning more on that his dad was Benjamin Cotton. Now, the confusing thing is this: If you follow Benjamin Cotton through the censuses, you don't see a John Taylor Cotton. If he was born in 1851, he should appear with Benjamin and his family in the 1860 census, and possibly the 1870 census. In the 1850 census, Benjamin Cotton appears as Benja Cotton. At that time, he and his family were living in Barren County, Kentucky. In the household in 1850, there is a John A. Cotton, who was a year old, and was born about 1849. In the 1860 census, Benjamin Cotton appears as Benj Catton, and is living in Bowling Green, Kentucky/Warren County, Kentucky. In that census there was a John Catton, who was eight years old, and was born about 1852. If John Taylor Cotton was a son of Benjamin shouldn't he have been in the1860 census if he was born in 1851, or is John A. Cotton in the 1850 census, and John Catton in the 1860 census John Taylor Cotton. I have followed John Taylor Cotton through the census. *1880 Census*: Taylor Cotton – b. abt. 1852 in Kentucky, and was living in Mountain, Logan County, Arkansas. In the household with him in 1850 is his wife, Mary. *1900 Census*: Taylor Cotton [Taylo'r Cotton] – b. July 1851 in Kentucky, and was living in Justice Precinct 4, Scurry, Texas, with his wife, Mary, and the following children: Elmer, Annis (I think this is Annie L, who I found in a tree on Ancestry.com), Harkley, Leonard, Bessie, Mamie, Nellie, Frederick, Baby Cotton, and Ida Cotton *1910 Census*: Taylor Cotten [Taylor Cotton] – b. abt. 1852 in Kentucky, and was living in Justice Precinct 4, Scurry, Texas. In the household in 1910 were his wife, Mary, and the following children: Ida, Mamie, Bennie, Nellie R., James F., John H., Charls L, and Loid W. *1920 Census*: Taylor Cotton [Taylor Colton] – b. abt. 1853 in Kentucky, and was living in Justice Precinct 3, Scurry, Texas. In the household in 1920 were his wife, Mary, and the following children: Leonard, James F., John H., Lorren, and Loyd. *1930 Census*: Taylor Cotton [Gaylor Cotton) – b. about 1852 in Kentucky, and was living in Snyder, Scurry, Texas. In the household in 1930 were his wife, Mary, and the following children: Leonard and Nell. John Taylor Cotton was married twice. On December 20, 1877, he married Harriett C. White in Logan County, Arkansas, and on December 21, 1880, he married Mary White, in Logan County, Arkansas. I am totally confused, and I am hoping that someone can help me out with this confusion. If someone could find an obituary for John Taylor Cotton, that would be awesome! Please feel free to e-mail me with any information, thoughts, or ideas. My e-mail address is as follows: betsyemhuff6010@ gmail.com.

    05/11/2016 08:20:36
    1. [TEXAS] Fitzpatrick - San Antonio
    2. Ron Fitzpatrick via
    3. Sorry Last Email Addressed wrong. Dear Listers, I am looking for a Family Called Fitzpatrick that was living in San Antonio. All I know is one of the Women it that Family Named Audrey Fitzpatrick, who was a Nurse, I would like help in finding out her Birth Marriage and Death if Possible, I am doing this for a friend also a Nurse in San Antonio Texas. Please Help. I Also am a Fitzpatrick (Ron) Adelaide South Australia

    10/12/2015 03:09:26
    1. Re: [TEXAS] Fitzpatrick - San Antonio
    2. Diane Scannell via
    3. Ron, can you give us a time frame in which to look for this family? Diane On 10/12/2015 5:39 AM, Ron Fitzpatrick via wrote: > Sorry Last Email Addressed wrong. > > Dear Listers, > > I am looking for a Family Called Fitzpatrick that was living in San Antonio. > > All I know is one of the Women it that Family Named Audrey Fitzpatrick, who > was a Nurse, I would like help in finding out her Birth Marriage and Death > if Possible, I am doing this for a friend also a Nurse in San Antonio Texas. > > Please Help. > > I Also am a > Fitzpatrick (Ron) > Adelaide > South Australia > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TEXAS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >

    10/12/2015 03:21:20
    1. [TEXAS] Fwd: Who gives this woman?
    2. carol via
    3. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: FW: Who gives this woman? From: james watson <watsonjim5@hotmail.com> Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2015, 7:28 PM To: hand <heartbroke@livingston.net> CC: <!-- .hmmessage P { margin:0px; padding:0px } body.hmmessage { font-size: 12pt; font-family:Calibri } -->   Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2015 20:42:19 -0500 Subject: Fw: Who gives this woman? From: jlblmmm@aol.com To: lemsoff@aol.com; misgalaneous@aol.com; jenniferreese54@yahoo.com; delbethcar@yahoo.com; watsonjim5@hotmail.com; dspearce@hotmail.com Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, an AT&T 4G LTE tablet -------- Original message -------- From: Bill Davis <ranger-bill@att.net> Date: 04/28/2015 7:17 PM (GMT-06:00) To: Bob Smith <porko@comcast.net>,kel <kelnani@yahoo.com>,delton davis <deltond11@gmail.com>,kcmaluhia@gmail.com,mike davis <gdlc@verizon.net>,mike smalley <kkng47@att.net>,"Cristi & D'" <klondikesage@yahoo.com>,Betty <jlblmmm@aol.com>,Vicki Davis <davis410@sbcglobal.net> Subject: Fw: Who gives this woman?   On Tuesday, April 28, 2015 3:52 PM,            PERHAPS MORE FATHER'S SHOULD DO THIS !!!       Who Gives This Woman?   A Kansas farmer?  A video of a father giving his daughter away in marriage. www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/eqEkPjUbmIA?rel=0    

    05/03/2015 09:09:28
    1. Re: [TEXAS] Marriage lookup
    2. carol hand via
    3. You gotta give me more info than just a name. EX; STATE, YEAR, PARENTS WOULD HELP, COUNTY, On August 13, 2014, at 6:23PM, famgen7 via wrote: Can someone do a lookup for marriage record? When and where and information? Bride: Elvira V. GONZALES Groom: Jose H. MORALES Thanks in advance. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TEXAS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    08/16/2014 10:54:02
    1. [TEXAS] Marriage lookup
    2. famgen7 via
    3. Can someone do a lookup for marriage record? When and where and information? Bride: Elvira V. GONZALES Groom: Jose H. MORALES Thanks in advance.

    08/13/2014 12:23:17
    1. [TEXAS] RAY. JACK MOORE
    2. carol hand
    3. Hello Ray, CONCERNING your Jack Moore, from the information you supplied. I do not find any connection. Our lineage starts at Spartanburg, South Carolina traveling down from there to Alabama across to Louisiana to . Tyler jasper county. Then on to polk county texas. If you find any differences let me know. You are welcome to look at Ancestry.com. under Simeon MOORE family trees. CAROL MOORE HAND.

    12/27/2013 02:19:21
    1. [TEXAS] MOORE-MAYES, TX-TN.
    2. Ray
    3. List, tracing a JOHN "JACK" MOORE. From somewhere in TX. about 1860-61 he married NANCY ANN MAYES, b.1845 in RAY Co.Mo. when she was about 4 the family moved to CLAIBORNE Co.TN. Birthplace of her parents STERLING & SALLIE CARR MAYES. Note, we have no paper trail. or any info they were married in TX or TN. in TN the Claiborne Co.Courthouse burned in the 1930s. lots records lost. they are now microfilming whats left. JACK & NANCY had the following kids, another Note, Jack & Nancy may have lived a while in KNOXVILLE,TN. THOMAS JEFFERSON MOORE, said he was b.1861 in MO.raised family & died KNOXVILLE,TN. JAMES HOUSTON MOORE, said he was b. 1863 in TX. d.1937 raised family & died KNOXVILLE,TN. WILL b.1864-65? missing. last seen about 1912-15. I have a photo said to be of him. JOHN MARION "dob" MOORE b.1871-72 KNOXVILLE,TN. d.1946 TAZEWELL,TN. my gramp's. AGNES missing. moved to OREGON. may have a trace on her. ELIZABETH b.1880. d.1955. no kids. I have a photo of her. a 37 marker DNA has been made. a 36 of 37 match with a MOORE line in LOUDON Co.TN. but they didn't want to talk. Thank you, Ray.

    12/26/2013 10:12:30
    1. [TEXAS] Naturalizations Additions
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. This may seem to be a large scale addition. Naturalizations (Citizenships) Spouses and children are indexed, too. Petitions for Naturalizations DE - Kent Co Vol 1 1907-1917) 210 individuals SD - Beadle Co Vol 1 1907-1913) 168 individuals TX - Eastland Co Vol 1 (1908-1917) 73 individuals WA - Clark Co Vol. 4b (1906-1908) 187 individuals VA - US District, Western (Charlottesville) Vol 1 (1910-1923) 154 individuals MT - Cascade co Vol 2 (1907-1910) 473 individuals ME - Knox co. Vol 1 (1906-1911) 193 individuals Declarations of Intent NY - Lewis Co. Vol. 1 (1906-1914) 100 individuals All lists are free browsing. Seel All these and more at http://www.sampubco.com/ W. David Samuelsen SAMPUBCO

    10/04/2013 07:09:04
    1. Re: [TEXAS] Monte Cook
    2. Peggy
    3. Richard, I'm sorry, but this is a genealogy list, not one for tracking down people you believe "hoodwinked" your "client". On that note, should anyone happen to information regarding this query, please contact Richard privately (ohiorivermudcat@yahoo.com) to keep it off of the list. Thank you, Peggy Texas List Admin On Jun 21, 2013, at 10:53 AM, Richard O'Day, Jr. wrote: > I am looking for a Monte Cook, who may or may not have lived in Victoria County, TX. We've been told he worked at one of the hospitals, working > as a respiratory therapist,(1980-1985) so far this has been proven > otherwise. He supposedly died in an automobile accident there, 1983 or > 1984. So far, this has been proven erroneous as well. He is not on the > SSDI either, so this leads me to believe he is still alive, and my > client is being hoodwinked. We need to find this man. He might be > between 50-68 years of age. He was leaving and had a packed up apartment circa August 1983-May 1984. If that is even true. If anyone knows him > or of him, shoot me a message. Thank you. > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TEXAS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/21/2013 08:30:54
    1. [TEXAS] Monte Cook
    2. Richard O'Day, Jr.
    3. I am looking for a Monte Cook, who may or may not have lived in Victoria County, TX. We've been told he worked at one of the hospitals, working as a respiratory therapist,(1980-1985) so far this has been proven otherwise. He supposedly died in an automobile accident there, 1983 or 1984. So far, this has been proven erroneous as well. He is not on the SSDI either, so this leads me to believe he is still alive, and my client is being hoodwinked. We need to find this man. He might be between 50-68 years of age. He was leaving and had a packed up apartment circa August 1983-May 1984. If that is even true. If anyone knows him or of him, shoot me a message. Thank you.

    06/21/2013 02:53:29
    1. [TEXAS] ...
    2. http://www.leedscarnegieladies.com/wp-includes/rrlmmxrs.php?jromoqi

    03/12/2013 06:12:10
    1. [TEXAS] Robert Spence died 1900 Hempstead, Waller County
    2. Julia Crawley
    3. Hello, I am doing some research on Robert Spence who was born in Yorkshire, England 1812 to Joseph and Rachel Spence. They were Quakers. Robert died 4 Jan 1900 and is buried in the Hempstead Cemetery. I have photos of his gravestone and also of his second wife Mary. The following is taken from "Indian wars and pioneers of Texas" by John Henry Brown [pub. 1880] and I have quoted - ROBERT SPENCE, HEMPSTEAD, A well-known and successful business man, of Waller County, is an Englishman by birth ; came to America in 1836, landing at New York City and shortly thereafter located near Hamilton, Canada, where he resided for two years. He heard much of New Orleans, La., and the year 1838 found him in that city, where he remained thirteen years as a bookkeeper in a mercantile house. Ill-health rendered a change of climate and business habits desirable and he accordingly moved to Illinois and lived for a time in that state, ten miles east of St. Louis, Mo., at the town of Collinsville. From that time until 1854, he pursued farming near Collinsville and in Louisiana, spending several months of each year in the city of New Orleans. In 1865 he came to Texas and located in Houston, where he clerked and kept books in a store for two years. Here he met and married Mrs Isaac Major, a lady of English birth, who came to America when a child in 1850. Mr and Mrs Spence moved to Hempstead in 1867, where he engaged in merchandising, at which he has since prospered. He is now and has been for many years one of the most substantial citizens of that thrifty inland city. By a former marriage Mr Spence had one daughter, a devout Roman Catholic, who became a sister of Charity and died at Mobile, Alabama. Mr and Mrs Spence have adopted and reared two grandchildren, C. M. and W. S. Close. Mr Spence was born in Yorkshire, England, October 9th, 1812. He was one of ten children. One brother, William, came to Texas in 1840, lived for several years at Hempstead but finally returned to the mother country. Mr Spence some years since retired from business. 1850 U.S. Census - Louisiana Robert Spence 38 Farmer England Margaret Spence 38 Ida Spence 1 Louisiana 1860 U.S. Census - St Helena, Louisiana Robert Spence 47 Farmer England Margaret Spence 47 England Ida Spence 11 Louisiana Census roll 0423 Family No 445. Township maybe Greensberg 1870 Census - Hempstead, Texas Robert Spence 58 Ret. Dry Goods and Grocer England Mary Spence 58 England Charlotte Spence* 20 At Home England *possibly Robert's niece [daughter of his brother Joseph] Robert's first wife Margaret [maiden name unknown] was the mother of Ida and must have died somewhere between 1860 and 1870. Robert's second wife Mary Major Spence died March 18 1893 in Hempstead, Waller County, Texas. Her first husband was Isaac Major. William, Robert's brother was a grocer and I would like to find out more of his life in Hempstead. He was born 1799 in Yorkshire and lived in Louisiana before he went to Texas. If anyone can help me put together more details about Robert and his brother I would be very grateful. Julia Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

    03/11/2013 10:25:14
    1. [TEXAS] George A ELLIS in Howard Co 1910
    2. Judy Jones
    3. Hi everyone! I am trying to find some details of an Ellis family for a friend who is now in his 90s and does not know much about his parents' families. His mother was Edna E Ellis born 29 Oct 1889 in Texas. I found her family in the 1910 census of Howard County Texas as follows: 1910 census Justice Precinct 4, Howard Co, Texas George A Ellis head 59yrs widower born North Carolina (Parents born North Carolina) Dairyman Edna E Ellis dau 20yrs born Texas (Father born Nth Carolina, Mother born NY) William N Ellis son 18yrs born Texas George A Ellis Jr son 15yrs born California John V Ellis son 13yrs born Texas Love H Ellis son 6yrs born Texas (think this may be Henry Lee Ellis - definitely enumerated as a male) I cannot find them anywhere in 1900, but I believe that George A Ellis was living with his married sister, Elizabeth (Lizzie) Scoby in Collin County in 1880. In 1870, both Elizabeth and George were living with a Sheppard family in Farmersville, Collin County. In 1860, they appear to be living with their parents in Navarro County. 1860 census Navarro Texas (PO Dresden) William Ellis 30yrs Farmer born North Carolina Sarah Ellis 28yrs born Indiana Eliz Ellis 10yrs born North Carolina George Ellis 9yrs born North Carolina Josephine Ellis 8mths born Missouri I have found that George's parents appear to marry in Missouri (or at least his father marries for the second time) seeing the clue is the birth of Josephine about 1859 in Missouri. Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 about William Ellis Name: William Ellis Marriage Date: 27 Mar 1856 Marriage County: Greene Spouse Name: Sarah Blankenship To confirm this, there is a marriage in Kansas for a Josephine Ellis in 1885 to a James Smith showing parents of Josephine was William Ellis and Sarah Blankenship. I would love to discover the mother of Edna E Ellis and the marriage of her parents, but I have had no luck except for a possible mother called Mercy Sarah Barnes who may have died in 1906. This information was given as the parents of Henry Lee Ellis when he died in El Paso Texas in 1972. I know a lot of the answers might be in the 1900 census, but they just don't seem to appear anywhere. Is anyone able to help with suggestions of how to find the birth of Edna and the marriage of her parents? Thanks very much. (I am going to post this to a few Texas Lists, so sorry if you see this more than once.) Judy -- mailto:sajones@bigpond.net.au <sajones@bigpond.net.au>For information about my Genealogy Interests: http://sajones.bigblog.com.au/

    03/10/2013 12:45:42
    1. [TEXAS] Very new databases added (Texas and New York)
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. A very new type of database had been added. 1. Orange County, New York Miscellaneous Orders and Decrees (Judges and officials issuing orders and decrees to govern the estates and guardianships) NY - Orange co. Vol 552-556 (1868-1888) 441 records, ongoing Orange County's unique record keeping is reflected. 2. Hunt co. Texas Probate Files TX - Hunt Surnames A (1852-1920) 169 records, ongoing The entire index section is free access, ALWAYS For listing of what databases are listed, see the home page... http://www.sampubco.com/ W. David Samuelsen

    08/28/2012 08:24:07
    1. [TEXAS] question
    2. Delilah
    3. Is there a Fort Bend County, Texas? delilah

    11/21/2011 04:49:07
    1. Re: [TEXAS] question - yes, there is a Fort Bend County on the upper Texas Gulf Coast
    2. jackie morgan
    3. Near Houston Jackie  in Texas  From: Delilah <diamond6468@mindspring.com> To: texas@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, November 21, 2011 10:49 AM Subject: [TEXAS] question Is there a Fort Bend County, Texas? delilah ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to TEXAS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/21/2011 02:27:48
    1. [TEXAS] Press Release - Palatines To America, German Genealogy Society Forms NC Chapter
    2. Palatines To America German Genealogy Society NC Chapter
    3. Hi Texas Mailing List Co-Ordinators, Please forward the message below to your County Rootsweb lists as there many people all over the South who are of German descent. Many Thanks, David French, NC PalAm Publicity Director FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Release - Palatines To America, German Genealogy Society Forms NC Chapter RALEIGH, NC (September 22, 2011) - Would you like to learn more about your German ancestors? A group of people from all across the state have come together to form a North Carolina Chapter of the Palatines To America, German Genealogy Society. It is open to all who are of German descent or who have an interest in German genealogy and history. The national Palatines To America organization was founded in 1975 in Columbus, Ohio and has seven state chapters and over 2,000 members. The national society publishes a quarterly journal, "The Palatine Immigrant", which focuses on research and a quarterly newsletter, "The Palatine Patter", which focuses on the activities of the national and state chapters. North Carolina has two areas that had significant German immigration during the 18th century: New Bern was founded by German Palatine and Swiss settlers in 1710, and the piedmont which had several German groups including the German Reformed, Lutherans, Moravians, and others who settled during the mid 1700s. In succeeding generations, many families of German descent traveled down one of three branches of the great wagon road from Pennsylvania to North Carolina and settled in the piedmont as well as others who settled along the coast coming from the coastal northeast. In the 1920s, a group of descendants of the New Bern German Palatines formed The North Carolina Society of the Descendants of the Palatines. Their group was active until the 1950s. During the last century, there have been many people of German descent who have moved to all parts of the state. The inaugural meeting of the North Carolina chapter will be Saturday, October 1, 2011 at the Wake County Southeast Regional Library, 908 Seventh Avenue, Garner, NC 27529. The meeting will be held in a seminar format from 10:15 am to 3:15 pm. Three speakers will be featured: Mr. Jerry Miller, President of the Palatines To America NC Chapter who will make a presentation about the Palatines To America organization and conduct a short business meeting; Mr. Victor T. Jones, Jr., Special Collections Librarian at the New Bern-Craven County Public Library, Kellenberger Room, and President-Elect of the North Carolina Genealogical Society, will make a presentation about the “Early Settlers of New Bern", and Mrs. Bonnie Everhart, Past Chairman of the Palatines to America Immigrant Ancestor Register and former PalAm National Librarian and Historian, will make a presentation about “Researching the Holt Family Line Into North Carolina.” There will also be a panel discussion about the resources available to Palatines To America members by Mrs. Everhart, Mr. Jones, and Mr. Miller. The Inaugural Meeting/Fall seminar is open to the public with a $10.00 registration fee. Registrations at the door are fine, please call or email to confirm your attendance. For more information about the society, North Carolina charter membership, and to register for the Fall seminar, please visit www.PalAm.org, or email ncpalam@palam.org, or call 919.744.0219. Contact: Jerry Miller, President, Palatines To America, German Genealogy Society, North Carolina Chapter www.PalAm.org 919.744.0219 (President's Direct Telephone) NCPalAm@PalAm.org (President's Email) David French, NC Chapter Publicity Director (Media Contact) 919.480.2011 (Media Telephone) PalatinesToAmericaNC@gmail.com (Media Email) # # # To see a list of some of the known German Palatines who settled in the New York area, please visit www.PalAm.org. To see a list of some of the known German Palatines who settled New Bern, please visit www.encfamilies.org.

    09/22/2011 11:47:58
    1. [TEXAS] Fw: Southern Obituaries
    2. Delilah
    3. Southern ObituariesFYI ----- Original Message ----- From: Southern Obituaries To: diamond6468@mindspring.com Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 10:48 AM Subject: Southern Obituaries Southern Obituaries -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mrs. Annie McGee Dies (1946) Posted: 21 Jun 2011 03:13 PM PDT Dallas Morning News (Texas) 25 December 1946 (Viewed online at GenealogyBank.) Mrs. Annie McGee Dies Special to The News. GAINESVILLE, Texas, Dec 24 -- Funeral services will be conducted at St. Mary's Catholic Church Thursday for Mrs. Annie McGee, 74, who died at a Sherman hospital. A native of Germany, she came to the United States as a child with her parents. For the last fifty-three years she has been a resident of Cooke County. She is survived by a brother, Fred Stephane, of Olmstead, Ill. You are subscribed to email updates from Southern Obituaries To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now. Email delivery powered by Google Google Inc., 20 West Kinzie, Chicago IL USA 60610

    06/22/2011 05:25:59
    1. [TEXAS] Fw: [ARKANSAS] TEXAS GENEALOGY CONFERENCE DRAWS NEAR
    2. Delilah
    3. FYI ----- Original Message ----- From: "treviawbeverly" <treviawbeverly@comcast.net> To: "AR: General" <ARKANSAS@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 12:56 PM Subject: [ARKANSAS] TEXAS GENEALOGY CONFERENCE DRAWS NEAR > > http://www.angelina.edu/genealogy/genealogy.html > > > > The 15th Annual Angelina College Genealogy Conference will take place on > > Friday & Saturday, July 15 & 16th. Two all-day optional sessions are offered > > On Thursday, July 14th. (1. cemeteries. 2. laws & social history) > > > > "Family Myths and Realities" is designed to help family researchers and genealogists > > Determine just what is fact and what is "suspect" as they conduct genealogical and historical research. > > > > Check out the website for lecturers and lecture topics and other events. A list of vendors is shown who are also versed in genealogy. Full details and registration information are found at http://www.angelina.edu/genealogy/genealogy.html > > Early registration helps us plan and saves you money. We hope you will consider joining us. > > If you have comments or questions, please contact me - > > ~ Trevia > Trevia Wooster Beverly > Houston, Texas 713.864-6862 > treviawbeverly@comcast.net > Conference Coordinator - http://www.angelina.edu/genealogy/genealogy.html > > > > > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ARKANSAS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    05/11/2011 09:59:21