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Re: Chandlers 1870-Melrose, Nacogdoches Co., Texas
Posted by: Barbara Chandler (ID *****8533) Date: May 13, 2008 at 09:13:08
In Reply to: Chandlers 1870-Melrose, Nacogdoches Co., Texas by Barbara Chandler of 514

I just realized as I was re-reading my message after I posted it-that his mother-Nancy (Mobley??) Chandler would also probably be buried in one of the cemeteries in Nacogdoches Co., Texas. (I have not documented that her maiden name is actually Mobley, yet. If anyone has any documentation for this-I would really appreciate them sharing it or telling me where I might obtain the documentation. I will reimburse any expenses for a copy of the documentation.)
My photos of Swift Cemetery and Mt. Moriah Cemetery are packed and in my storage building so I can not easily access them.
Does any one know where she is buried-dod, etc?
I feel that I have really crumbled a few bricks with this information.
I had not been able to find any information on her place of death previously, researchers show that Rev. Robert Chandler d. bet. 1850-1860 in Alabama. So, she & Marquil John C. Chandler would have come to Texas probably about the same time her son-Elias Louis Chandler migrated to Texas.

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