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Posted by: norman cromeens (ID *****8073) Date: August 10, 2002 at 16:21:25
In Reply to: CROMEENES/CROMEENS and SEBER/SEIBER.....??? by Kathye [Payne] Upham of 124

to: Kathy Payne Upham let me try this again don"t think the first one went through. J.W. Cromeens was my gg grandfather. You can find alot of history on him by putting john cremeen in the search on your computer.there is 78 pages of family history with alot of different spellings of the last name.Also the cromeens has a lot of repeat first names so it makes it harder to track one person. As you have alread guest one person may have to first and last names by spelling. I don't know anything about J.W. being in waller county, but he was in leon,and walker counties.Yoy can also find a lot of history in Houston, anson, uvalde, madison and maybe anderson county,all in texas. He came to texas from itawamba, miss. I hope it will help.

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