Posted By:Joan E. Rambo
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Subject:Re: Mc Nairs from Ms.
Post Date:July 24, 2012 at 19:18:14
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Forum:Texas Genealogy Forum
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There are some very good researchers that browse this forum and have access to sources I don't have. They might be able to help you, but you didn't include any dates for anyone in your query, it helps to narrow down searches. Without dates I can't be positive I found some of the brothers, but these three all born MS and birth dates fairly close to each other.

1900 census:

Upshur Co, TX -- Samuel McNair b 1847 MS and his family
Navarro Co, TX -- Alexander McNair b 1836 MS and his family
Hunt Co, TX -- Henry McNair, b 1839 MS and his family

By following members of the family you might find living members.

TX Dth Idx thru 1976:

Name: A.A. Mcnair
Death Date: 17 Aug 1943
Death Place: Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
Gender: Male
Race: white
Death Age: 55 years 4 months
Estimated Birth Date: 1888
Birth Date:
Birthplace: Upshard County, Texas [should be Upshur Co]



Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name: Hugh A. Mcnair
Father's Birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's Name: Martha S. Payne
Mother's Birthplace: Alabama
Occupation: Guard-Burns Dective Agenc
Place of Residence: Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
Cemetery: Winsboro Cemetery
Burial Place: Winsboro, Texas
Burial Date: 19 Aug 1943
Additional Relatives: X
Film Number: 2137435
Digital Film Number: 4029600
Image Number: 155
Reference Number: 39549

Informant was his wife. His obituary might list survivors, good way to find married names of female members of the family.

Happy Hunting (^_^)