Forgive me if I make suggestions you've already tried. TX began keeping vital records in 1903, have you obtained death certificates for the oldest generation in all your queries? They should show the names of their respective set of parents.
Check the GenWeb site for each county where you think family members lived, or died, some GenWeb counties are putting their cemeteries online. If cemeteries are not on the county sites, be sure to check the archived section of the TXGenWeb Project, too.
I would post queries on each of the GenWeb and GenForum county sites, maybe someone will recognize the family names. If you haven't used GenWeb sites, let me know, I'll pass along some information.
Since you have so many of the children in each family, you may have looked at census records, if not, be sure to do so. You never know what "other" members of the family will live with them at various times. Happy Hunting.
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