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PEACOCK-CARDELL RICHLAND SPRINGS AREA
Posted by: Nancy (ID *****1224) Date: April 19, 2006 at 19:01:34
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Am researching the CARDELL/PEACOCK families of Texas. Does anyone know or research the family
listed on the 1880 census, Bandera Co. Wm. Cardell, age 27, Jane Cardell age 23 John age
8 James age 6 Caleb age 3. A cousin, age 23, Thomas was living in the household. This
cousin is the right age to be my Henry Thomas CARDELL.

My ancestor Henry Thomas Cardell, b. 1857 place of birth unknown, married Mary Dorena Hamby in the Austin, Travis, TX area, then went to San Saba, Texas. The Hamby's
lived in the Austin area, and the Cardell's moved on to San Saba and Waco Texas,and
Peacock, Stonewall County. Henry died at Richland Springs, Tx. about 1894-1865, and is buried there somewhere, but I have not found him listed in any cemetery listing online. He may have an unmarked grave, or be buried on a farm where they lived. After his death, his wife and children moved to the Waco area, where she lost another infant son, (name unknown, but might be Daniel) and he is buried there somewhere. Their son, William Thomas Cardell later married to Ella Peacock, who was born in the San Saba area.
Ella Peacock (later Cardell) was born there in San
Saba Co. in 1892 (she was a twin) Her parents were John William (Bill) and Maggie Roden (Wilson) PEACOCK. They moved from the San Saba area, but not sure when.
Ella grew up in the Stonewall County area....
Any iformation appreciated.
Nancy


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