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Re: census lookup for late1800s or early1900s
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: November 20, 2006 at 17:23:32
In Reply to: Re: census lookup for late1800s or early1900s by louann bonham of 1676

I was browsing Grayson Co, TX forum and noticed you "replied" to yourself, so I never received a notice for your last query.

Nancy had a street address and lived in town -- Sherman.

I don't live in TX, so I don't have access to the vital records there. TX began keeping vital records state wide in 1903. The TX State Archives in Austin has a state wide death index, so try there for deaths after 1903. They should be able to give you county and date of death.

You might post a query asking for death certificate lookups in Grayson Co.

Happy Hunting (^_^)

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