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Re: MAJ. ROBERT M. WHITE, CSA, BELL COUNTY, TX
Posted by: George Ballentine (ID *****0057) Date: March 08, 2003 at 20:29:24
In Reply to: Re: MAJ. ROBERT M. WHITE, CSA, BELL COUNTY, TX by Joan E. Rambo of 65457

Thanks, Joan. Those are some good suggestions, and I will give them a shot. One reference said that when Cary and his family came to Texas on December 25, 1835, the settled in what was then Falls County. Two or three years later they removed to what is now Brazos and from there to Washington County. Then in 1854 he moved on to Bell County. These "what is now" dates refer to the date of the document, 1911. The reference to Captain Cary refers to his Mexican war service. Just can't find much on his son, Robert M. I am a member of a Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp in Temple, TX, with his namesake and am trying to find out about him, and hopefully locate a picture of him. Thanks for your help.


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