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Re: Surnames in mid and west Texas
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo Date: October 24, 2000 at 14:15:14
In Reply to: Surnames in mid and west Texas by Nancy Schloesser of 65474

Nancy, there are 254 counties in TX, and history covers over 150 years. You might consider adding a little bit to your query, if you'd like some help. Rule of thumb for genealogy queries is: NAMES, DATES, or approximate dates, and LOCATIONS. On your list of surnames are some pretty common ones, and they really need a little something. Availability and information included in records vary over time, so dates are very important. Do all these surnames fit into one family? I realize you may not have exact dates on all your ancestors, but somewhere along the line, dates will be there - the birth of a child, a marriage etc.


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