Posted By:Carol Young
Subject:Young, Heald, Fritsche families/Riverside Texas
Post Date:June 30, 2008 at 11:31:30
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Forum:Walker County, TX Genealogy Forum
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Searching for information on Clement E. Heald (some documents show first name as Charles) who shows on the 1900 Walker County Census. Clement owned the Livery Stable, Saloon, and Mercantile store in Riverside. His wife, Miranda, ran the hotel there.

Clement E. Heald and Sara Ann "Miranda" Young were married in Mobile, Alabama 1879. They came to Texas....not sure what year??? Their children: Clifton Rush Heald and Inez Heald. Clifton shows on one census as "Dry Goods Salesman" in reference to the Mercantile Store.

My gr grandfather/brother to Sara Ann Miranda Young Heald/left Stockton, Alabama after 1910 and came to Riverside, Texas where he lived and ran the Mercantile Store. My gr grandfather was George Washington Young. He died in Houston hospital. His body was claimed by Clifton(his nephew) and he is buried in Riverside Pioneer Cemetery in an unmarked grave right next to Clement E. Heald. I believe he died in 1916. Miranda died in San Antonio, Texas; however, she is buried in Riverside in the Heald Plot also.

ANY information on any of the individuals listed above would be greatly appreciated.