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Re: Hiram Brewster and Cynthia DeFee
Posted by: Jessie T. Wright (ID *****9078) Date: July 20, 2005 at 20:53:07
In Reply to: Hiram Brewster and Cynthia DeFee by Christina Smith of 335

Hello, Mrs. Smith:
I was born in Madisonville, more years ago than I care to remember (1938), but, I too have been searching for a Brewster family that lived back and forth from Brazos Cty. to Madison Cty. This family was that of Hiram Alvin (Bob) Brewster, (wife)Annie Catherine Akin (not sure of the spelling of Annie's Maiden name.) These two people had three girls and one son, and I've been trying to locate one of the girls of late, as I lost contact with her in 1957! She was in school at Stephen F. Austin High, in Bryan. If I'm not mistaken their Grandfather was Pastor of the Missionary Baptist Church in Carlos, Texas for several years, and his name was Brewster as well. You can contact my cousin there in Madisonville, Rev. Jimmy Richie and he can verify this or correct it if I am wrong. And I have been known to be wrong before!
I may be able to get some information concerning the Isgitt family, but I can't promise.
Now, do you, or have you, ran into this Brewster family I have just discribed, in your searching? If so, and you don't mind telling me, do you know the whereabouts of
Alva Pauline (Brewster)I don't even know whom she married. I would dearly love to make contact with this lady, as she was a dear, dear friend.
I hope the information that I gave you will be of some help, but I am usually a day late and a dollar short, as they say (whoever "they" are!) Please let me hear from you and I do hope you find the folks you are looking for.
Meanwhile, stay well, keep safe, and as always, God Bless.
Jessie Wright


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