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Montiers in Medina County in 1840's
Posted by: Lea Hall (ID *****3414) Date: August 22, 2010 at 19:08:56
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I'm looking for info about Timothy and Mary Montier who received a land grant from the Republic of Texas in 1839. Timothy's grant number was 666. I am trying to find out if they ever actually lived on their grant. Timothy's brother David's grant was number 668. Timothy died about 1850. I need to know where he died and where he is buried. Mary's maiden name was Kelley. Some of her family moved to Texas at the same time the Montiers came so I wonder if maybe some of that family lived in Medina County. I have lots of info except for the 1840's. Hope someone can help me. Lea Hall, Seadrift, TX


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