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Posted by: Gloria Thomas (ID *****7933) Date: September 08, 2004 at 13:20:04
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I am searching for personal data on the following people in order to publlish a comprehensive genealogy of my family line.

If anyone is related to, remembers, or knows of any of these families, and would like to share (and trade) stories, information and pictures, please contact me. I have recorded data on most but I am interested in any personal information anyone may have to help fill in gaps.

Early 1900's around Callahan, Cottonwood, Moran, Cross Plains, Uvalde:
Jim Hayes and wife Annie (Mary Anne) Bennett Hayes; children: Josie, Lucille, Nim.

Bee (or B.) Newton and wife Alice Hayes Newton; children: James, Roy, Maurice. Alice 2nd marriage to Dale ? (don't know surname).

Roy Hayes and wife Roxie Rose Hayes; children: Robert, Louise.

Elijah Hayes (wife Laura Howard Hayes?) Father of above siblings: Jim, Alice and Roy Hayes.

Late 1800's and early 1900's around Haskell, Bell:
Zachariah Taylor Rose and wife Mary Elizabeth Mabry Rose; children: John, Benjamin, George, Louisa Jane, Samuel, James, Robert, Charles, Nancy Annie, Minty Lee, Rebecca, Florence, Floyd. Zachariah died in 1933, lived in Haskell.

Also, the following names: James T. McCarson (husband of Florence Rose above), they moved to Oklahoma before 1920. Levi (or Levy) and Cecil Bennett, brothers of Annie (Mary Anne) Bennett above. Rachel Rose, sister of Roxie above.

I have old photographs of unidentified people and some with many of the names listed above with other people whom I would like to identify.

Thank you.

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