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Re: Newton
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: November 27, 2003 at 20:21:59
In Reply to: Re: Newton by Patricia A. Burns of 708

Wow, thank you, what you've posted is enough information, for now -- until someone from your line finds it. I'm glad I asked before I started typing what I found on census records etc. I figured the George that seemed to "appear" on the 1870 census was a member of the family, too, but didn't realize he was your direct line. And, he was the one I spotted buried in Pilot Point Cemetery.

You have so much info on George's Civil War involvement I assume you know he applied for a TX Confederate Pension, and then his widow applied for a widow's pension, too.

Be sure to check out the Denton Co, TX GenWeb site, and post your query there, too. So many Newtons I bet someone else is working on them, too. (^_^)

http://www.rootsweb.com/~txdenton/


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