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Re: William Fowler and Darcy Fowler 1890 to 1900 Mills Co. TX Census
Posted by: SN (ID *****0179) Date: April 15, 2003 at 04:07:15
In Reply to: Re: William Fowler and Darcy Fowler 1890 to 1900 Mills Co. TX Census by Sharon Ivy of 266


Thanks so much for this information. The William is older than ours was, but we could have the DOB wrong, it was estimated by family when our William was brought to relatives after Frances Boggus Fowler died. And the "Mabel" Frances Fowler showing Gram, well, our Frances never had "Mabel" as a first name, but maybe later on she did use that, we just don't know. This is certainly interesting though, a William and a Frances. Wonder if M. Frances is his mother or Gram or her mother or Gram. I guess that is what we need to know now. If she was a Grandmother, most likely she is too old for our Frances J. Boggus Fowler b. 1845. Still needs to be looked at more though, could be her nick-name the family had for her and my mother's was that way-"Memaw"-that is what the Grand's called her.

And YES we would love to see what else you have, such as marriage document, obit, etc. on William and this family buried here, that will be wonderful. Thanks for all your help. I look forward to seeing what else you have, and it is still possible that these are the Fowlers we have been looking for. We are still hoping this is them. I can get JPEG just fine in Outlook at my personal address:


SN in SC

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