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Re: Death records of Hardin Co.,Tx 1904I
Posted by: Eola Clark (ID *****5111) Date: August 23, 2008 at 18:17:45
In Reply to: Re: Death records of Hardin Co.,Tx 1904 by Joan E. Rambo of 281

I am not 100% sure when William Henry Seward Wasson died. One time my fathr, Calvin Oliver Wasson was giving information concerning his father, William Henry Seward Wasson and he said, 'The last time we heard of him was in 1903 in Sour Lake, Hardin Co.,Tex." That is all the information I have on him and don't know for sure when he died. I have been unable to find any record of him in Sour Lake, Hardin Co., Tx. I know that Hardin Co., Tx. didn't start keeping death record until 1904. Any help you can give me will be most appreciated. He was there as single man as he and his wife, Britiana Killian Wasson were separated. His sons were mad at him for going off and leaving their mother, Britiana Killian Wasson and their 3 youngest brothers, John, Leonard and Riley and would have nothing to do with him when they found him in Sour Lake. Thank you,

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