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Re: Joe or Virgie GOSSETT
Posted by: Callahan Library (ID *****9887) Date: July 24, 2006 at 13:18:07
In Reply to: Joe or Virgie GOSSETT by Catherine of 375

According to the death records for Callahan County, book 5, page 50, Joseph S. Gossett was born April 10, 1866, in Arkansas and died May 25, 1948. The informant was W. H. Harris and he didn't know about his parents. The Cross Plains Review was bound before they were microfilmed and the part of the articles next to the fold are not readable.
Cross Plains Review
June 4, 1948

----al Thursday for
----h S. Gossett, 82

----l services were held here
---- afternoon, May 27, at
---- o'clock from the Baptist
---- or Josiah S. Gossett, who
----day night in a Baird hos-
---- had been ill several
---- and critical several days.
---- F. Miller, Baptist pastor,
---- Burial was made in the
----ains cemetery under the
---- of Higginbothoms.
"Joe", as he was familiarly
----re, was past 82 years of
---- had lived here alone in
----heast part of town for
---- years. He came to Texas
---- family from Arkansas a
----mber of years ago.
----vivors are one daughter,
---- Ensor, six grand children
---- great grandchildren.

* * * *
Virgie M. Gossett married E. E. Ensor August 20, 1905 (Callahan County Marriage records book 2-A, page 230). I am sure that they are also buried in the Cross Plains Cemetery, on the cemetery's website there is a listing for Ele E. Enson and Vergie M. Enson. I am sure that is them, just a typo.


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