Hello Dianne: I guess being late is better than not being at all! I haven't worked on my genealogy for a few years,
but I was born in Madisonville, Tx. 1938. My g-grandmother was Martha Louiza Larrison. She was the daughter of Joel Greenwood Larrison and Mary Lawrence. All which are buried in Larrison Cemetery. I went to school in Texas City, Tx., with some Duncans that were from Madison County. Unfortunately, the only one I remember was named Charles
Duncan. He had an older brother, but I don't recall his name. I guess that's part of growing old. Charles, as I re-
member was a very good friend of mine. I suppose you have
inquiered at the Madison County Library, have you not? They
do "look ups" there for a nominal fee. The Larrison's come
in on my father's side of the family, but I notice your last name is Key. On my mother's side, my g-grandmother was a key who married a Pipkin. Do you have anything on these people. A few years ago I got to tracing the Key's and found they went all the way back into the 1700's. I didn't go quite that far as I have never known any of them.
If I could be of any help with what little I have (and can
still find) let me know and I will be glad to share with you
I am especially interested in the Pipkin line. I can't find where my grandfather Jessie Lee Pipkin is buried. Well, sorry I can't help more. You take care and stay safe and as always, God Bless.
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