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Re: Burns -Postmaster in Sherman in 1876
Posted by: Mireta Woodward (ID *****4056) Date: August 20, 2003 at 12:16:10
In Reply to: Re: Burns -Postmaster in Sherman in 1876 by Mireta Woodward of 1676

One more thing on this person, Joe Burns or Uvalde. His family were in the 1900 Clay county census, but no Joe. William Newtons son says that his grandfather died, but we cannot find out if it was Grayson county or clay county. I have searched all the available info on Grayson and Clay counties. Can you give me any idea as to where to look now? He would have died between 1880 and 1900. thank you for your input, Rita

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