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Re: William Boyd, Big Spring area grave?
Posted by: Windy Date: July 06, 2000 at 23:28:35
In Reply to: Re: William Boyd, Big Spring area grave? by Donna S. Boyd of 285

Donna

I live in Big Spring, I have never heard of Bisco either. But then again not many people have heard of Soash, TX either; but I have been there. It is just a large (very large) empty safe now. Anyway my dad does a lot of research for his habit, metal detecting. He can find out more about Bisco for me and he also knows most of the not so documented graveyards in the County. He hate to be searching for treasure and stumble across a grave. I my self found one small graveyard in someones backyard. It has large gravestones that are easy too read from the alley. I will check it out and get back to you.

Windy


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