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Re: Mary Francis Monk
Posted by: J. Walters Date: October 20, 2000 at 05:57:25
In Reply to: Mary Francis Monk by Don Zesch of 177

I don't know names, but according to the 1900 Mason County Census, #188 is Samuel Capps with wife Mary listed. Also are children Nancy J., James W., Samuel and Mary B. It shows Mary had 11 children born, 7 still alive. It states she was born in Texas and that her Father was born in Alabama and her mother was born in Texas. Even though it doesn't have names, at least it tells where they were born and might give you more clues.

If you want to know the rest of the information about other family members, let met know, or the library with copy the census page for you for 50 cents. (Address Drawer 780, Mason TX 76856)

Have you tried to find an obituary in the newspaper in Mason? They have newspaper on microfilm at the library from 1886 forward. Her obituary might give more info.

Janice Walters
Library Volunteer


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