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Cleburne help
Posted by: Ken Brodbeck (ID *****9607) Date: May 09, 2005 at 08:46:14
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I am trying to find any information about my Dougan family who came to Cleburne about 1890. They were railroad people headed by father John Dougan, who was born in Ireland in 1849. I know several members are buried in the Cleburne Memorial Cemetery but I have one member I'm still trying to find, son Robert Dougan. A wife of his is apparently also buried there, Lula Robinson Justiss.
I'm also hoping to find some members of family who may still be in the area and seem to have connections to the Dougans....these names would be Powell, Wylie, English, Montgomery and Savage.
I believe the last of the Dougans, Frank died in 1962....none of the five children of John had children. Would love to find pictures or any information that might be out there. Thanks in advance.

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