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Re: William Avery Walker, Sr.
Posted by: shelley childs (ID *****2528) Date: January 18, 2011 at 18:14:59
In Reply to: William Avery Walker, Sr. by PATRICK WALKER of 65474

Beginning in 1903 the county clerk began to register all births and deaths, although compliance was not universal at first. Large cities with vital records offices maintained their own series of birth and death records. Justices of Peace also recorded birth records.

Mandatory recording of births and deaths began in 1903 copies of records, registered in the counties, maintained at Bureau of Vital Statistics, Texas Department of Health, 1100 West 49th Street, Austin, TX 78756. Statewide indexes were microfilmed by the Texas State Library



Lds Labs record shows his death certif showing:
father W A Walker

mother Julia Brishane

spouse Rose Walker
born Burnet TX
d. March 20 1958 Temple TX
burial Hillcrest.


Find A Grave:

William A Walker


Birth:        1883
Death:        1958


Burial:
Hillcrest Cemetery
Temple
Bell County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section D

Created by: Sarah Locklin Taylor
Record added: Nov 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31528170


A volunteer,
Shelley


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