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Re: William James Newton died in Brownsville, TX in 1921
Posted by: Judy Artley (ID *****5905) Date: January 26, 2013 at 11:20:19
In Reply to: William James Newton died in Brownsville, TX in 1921 by Nancy Hadaway of 360

Hi,

I couldn't find him either after the 1900 Columbus, Colorado, TX Census.

Any particular reason why you think he died in Browsville? I looked in Cameron Co. but they don't have many indexed cemeteries in that county.

I checked cemeteries in Colorado Co. but didn't find him theire either. Although I've found that the indexes that are online are far from accurate.

Since he was last living in Colorado Co., I'd contact their County Clerk, www.co.colorado.tx.us/ips/cms/countyoffices/countyClerk.html and ask how far back their death records go. Successful Searching!


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