I'm so happy I was able to help you.
I'm a Genforum volunteer; there are several of us on here that provide volunteer help for researchers.
We have access to various databases, and between all of us, we do a pretty fair job of helping others.
Your next step is to post on the Bexar County Texas Genforum and also try to get a copy of the birth cert.
Go here http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/vs/reqproc/certified_copy.shtm
and see if they can help you.
I want you to check out this site http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=jackiewiley&id=I00182 and notice Walter Drain Crouch. That HAS to be a relative, as in a grandfather.
1910 census, Police Jury Ward 1, Webster, Louisiana
Walter D Creach 53 m 30 yrs
Malley E Creach 41 7 ch 1 liv
Carlena E Creach 20
Oley D Creach 20
Elmer C Creach 17
Gernie C Creach 11
Kivey L Creach 7
Here's Walter Drain on the 1880 census-
1st Ward, Webster, Louisiana
Dock Crouch 23 GA f GA m GA
Martha Crouch 18 GA f GA m GA
Tom Lawrence 27 laborer
1870 census, Militia District 761, Heard, Georgia-Franklin PO
Wm J Crouch 41
Elzie Crouch 29
Walton D Crouch 14 (s/b Walter)
William H Crouch 11
James J Crouch 8
Mary A E Crouch 3
Josiah Crouch 1
Martha Crouch 2/12
1850 census, District 41, Heard, Georgia
Shadrack Crouch 48
Catharine Crouch 22
Joseph C Crouch 18
Mary A Crouch 16
Wm J Crouch 14
Leander S Crouch 13
Lewis Crouch 12
Thomas Crouch 3
Susan Crouch 3
Anina Crouch 1
Francis M Narr 22
I think this is William H. Crouch's gravestone, in Bossier Parish, LA
There are family trees on Ancestry.com that list a man, Dranion Carson Crouch,1909-1961, son of Ellis Leslie Crouch and Lee Arlie King. Dranion (there's that odd name again) had a son James b in 1931 and a son Billy in 1935; so it's quite possible that's who Walter's father is. There are several Crouch/Creach men in Webster Parish LA, but they all are sons of Walter D from GA.
Here's old William D. J.'s gravestone-
I hope this helps.
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