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Re: 1862 & 1884-ANY MEXIA NEWSPAPERS/FUNERAL HOMES BACK THEN?
Posted by: Pat Oates (ID *****4632) Date: January 13, 2003 at 11:17:54
In Reply to: 1862 & 1884-ANY MEXIA NEWSPAPERS/FUNERAL HOMES BACK THEN? by Paula Dunklin of 861

Paula
I have Mary Ann Saffel Archibald buried in Mexia Cem. in Mexia TX. I must have found her in the cemetery books or I would not have where she is buried. Her dau. Eliza Archibald married William E Bower who belongs to my cousins family. William E & Eliza are living with her in 1870 Limestone Co. census. I have a note behind Samuel N Archibald that says he died in the Civil War along with 2 sons. If this is correct he may not be buried in Limestone Co.
Pat Oates


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