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Re: Campions in Texas
Posted by: Lisa Thornhill (ID *****9579) Date: April 08, 2010 at 21:05:51
In Reply to: Re: Campions in Texas by Jackye Campion of 693

I can get in touch with my aunt to see what she has I know my mother did alot of research on the family I can tell you what I know and its no where as much detail as you have but maybe it will help a little bit.

My dad was Herbert William jr. born (1929 ) his dad was the senior married to Fannie Margaret in gonzales co. Jr was the oldest of 3 boys I was "told" the family came up from the coast and settled in the gonzales area . Family ranch land is still there . I was first redhead and girl in several generations so I was named after a great or great great aunt from each side a lousie ann & Elizabeth which was which I am not sure. I know some part of the family was married at the orginal Fort Worth and remember mom being excited cause she found it in the records that had be kept. We are suppose to be from a Campions that were in Nottingham who owned lace factories . Part of the family has mentioned there was a tin mining town in wales that was named Campion. If any of that is helpful I can try to find out more from my aunt my mother has pasted.


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