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Much asked question... Crites Gunnels Bakers Tinnnins 1850s
Posted by: john brown (ID *****5763) Date: June 17, 2010 at 20:15:56
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Above families arrived in Erath/Hood Cos in or just after 1857...

Lived at what would be ROCK CHURCH

Were in Erath in 1860

Boundary changed to Hood by 1870

Gunnels Crites Tinnins buried at Rock Church

Bakers,too

Gunnels Crites Tinnins came straight form MO to Rock Church area

W B Baker seems to have joined the "wagon train" around Honey Grove in Fannin Co, Texas

Baker claimed he was born in Mo in 1832

Where? Was he connected with these other three families BEFORE Texas?????


Have asked this question for decades and NO ONE knows answer...

Has anyone found the secret?


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