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Posted by: Joan E. Rambo Date: April 25, 2000 at 22:30:10
In Reply to: Re: GRAYSON COUNTY Records by Brownie MacKie of 1676

That's the Red River Historical Museum, 301 S. Walnut, Sherman, TX. Keep you fingers crossed, Grayson Co, TX courthouse had a fire in the 1930s (yes, that is a 9). Have you tried the TX State Archives for military info on your ancestor? Many TX men went into a local state militia, and then their units were transferred to the CSA. You might also try Grayson Co, TX GenWeb site. Go to hyperlink at the end of this message. That will take you to the TX GenWeb site, scroll down and click on letter "G" for Grayson Co. They have many of the Grayson Co, TX cemeteries online. If you haven't used the TX GenWeb site before, click on some of the options they offer at the state level, too. Some you may not use at this time, but later you will know where to find info if you need it.

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