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Re: Haleys
Posted by: John Dewey Hardin (ID *****6317) Date: July 24, 2009 at 11:47:31
In Reply to: Re: Haleys by Michael DeWitt McCown of 155

Michael, I was borne in Mathis, San Patricio Co, but we lived across from the Glasscock home on FM 666 about 1 mile north of San Patricio. My aunt Angie Elaine Hardin married Nealy Cornelious McCown, so I have information on the McCowens and Toweys. I have also used a couple of pictures found on a San Patricio project by ACC of San Antonio that you had furnished. My father was John Julious Hardin 1919 in San Patricio. He was the youngest of 7 children. My mother was Lora Fae Elliott Hardin. They were married in Jim Wells County. They were good friends of Gene and Nettie Mae McCowen, who lived next to the rail road tracks and FM 666 in San Patricio. My dad also worked for Buryl Sykes of San Patricio for a while.

My great grand dad Robert Alexander Cain was a Banker in Mathis and a former Texas Legislator from ALba, Texas prior to moving to Mathis. He lived on the Corner of FM 666 and the road form Hiway 9 to Orange Grove in Mathis.

I also have a letter from Gene and Nettie May McCown's daughter (living in Sequin, TX) to my mother several years (about 1975) ago, that gave an update on Gene McCowen's family and mutual friends. I could find the letter if you want a copy.

We moved to Corpus Christi in 1951.

John Dewey Hardin
14030 Gingerwood Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78231
jdhardin@Texas.net


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