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Re: Syble Peters 1915 Navarro County Texas
Posted by: TIM OLIVER (ID *****2967) Date: April 24, 2009 at 05:10:53
In Reply to: Re: Syble Peters 1915 Navarro County Texas by Sharon Garner of 65447

My Name is Randall Oliver, I am a Descendant of Syble's brother Travis Donahue Peters (He is my Great Great Grandfather) my email is pydi4@suddenlink.net, I will just give you a little of the information that I have right now and give you more if you can email me (since there is a lot of information) Syble and Travis's Parents: Thomas J. Peters b. 14 Apr 1854, Winn Par., Louisiana d. 25 Jun 1933, Navarro Co., Texas and Sarah Catherine Donahue b. 17 Feb 1861, Navarro Co., Texas d. 14 Jan 1926, Navarro Co., Texas. Thomas's Parents are James Peters b. 22 Dec 1815, Barnwell Co., South Carolina d. 1906, Navarro Co., Texas and Emaline Malisey Matthews b. 10 Apr 1815, Twiggs Co., Georgia d. abt. 1870, Navarro Co., Texas. Sarah's parents are Louis Warren Donahue b. 15 Feb 1836, Liberty Co., Coahuila y Tejas (Texas Became an Independent Nation less than a month after his birth) d. Bet. 1861 - 1865 in an unknown Civil War Hospital and Sarah Bryant b. 15 Apr 1843, Missouri d. ?


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