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Re: Old Letter: Llewellyn's in Texas and Possible Relatives
Posted by: Steve Whitt (ID *****3154) Date: April 28, 2004 at 11:52:39
In Reply to: Re: Old Letter: Llewellyn's in Texas and Possible Relatives by Elizabeth Ferrell-Gray of 826

Sorry, I don't have any info on the Dugan's or the Moorhead's & I'm not sure how they fit in. I don't recall any mention of them in any of my g-grandfather's notes.

I don't know of an actual "Llewellyn Cemetery" in Archer County. Lizzie, Alf and his son Tom are all buried in the cemetery in Archer City. The was once a Llewellyn school, west of A.C. near where Alf & Lizzie lived.

I'm still in Texas, near Dallas. I was raised in south TX, near Corpus Christi. Alf was the only one of his family that ever lived in A.C. The rest of the family was in the Freestone/Anderson county area and in Galveston. Alf's sister, Maria, was killed in the great Galveston hurricane of 9/8/1900.

Sorry I couldn't help out more with the other families. Let me know if you need any more Llewellyn info. Take care.


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