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Date: Sept 15, 2013

Email: Clay Riley

Query: I am looking looking for any information about the death of Laura (Bullard) Riley in Cookville, Titus County, March 2, 1910. She was my grandmother and wife of Joseph M. Riley. Thank you For any information you might have and share.


Date: Jun 22, 2013

Email: PLT

Query:  I would like to know where Carl Lewis is buried in the County. He was probably born 1880. Mollie Lewis was his wife. Based on the census 1930, they are living in the camp area or Mt. Pleasant area in the County. I do see his wife Mollie Lewis died 6 July 1996 and buried at Blundis Cemetery and some of their children buried at Blundis Cemetery and Blundell Cemetery. C. L. Lewis, Earl Lewis, Callie M. Lewis, CarLee Lewis, Johnie Lewis, Ethel R. Lewis, Julius Lewis, Leo Lewis. Also, if the living descendants are living in the area, please give contact me, I would love to speak with them. Thanks!



Date: Jun 16, 2013

Email: PLT

Query: I am tracing my great-great Aunt Mollie Lewis. She married Clay Lewis and moved with him to the area. I do see the family on the 1930 census all living together.... But the some of the names I can't recognize. Also, I would like to know if the entire family are buried in the area too. I can be reached at 254-526-0310 or PLT


Date: Jun 13, 2013

Email: Bobby Rawls

Query: Looking for Parson Daniel Rawls who resided in Titus County briefly in the early 1850's and his mother Elizabeth {Bass} Rawls-Clark. Elizabeth was married to Silas Rawls 1st {Father of Daniel and Silas, Jr.} after Silas, Sr. died Elizabeth married the Rev. Benjamin Clark who along with his son formed Clarksville in Red River County, Texas. Any information is welcome and appreciated. 423-270-0076


Date: May 8, 2013

Email: Cheryl Outon

Query: I'm working on connecting the dots to my ancestors, one of which is buried in the Blevins-Cason Cemetery in Titus County TX.  I have been working in findagrave.com to connect each generation possible.  My gr-grandfather William Rich is buried in Tuttle, Grady, OK.  His father James E. Rich is buried in the Blevins-Cason Cemetery.  My delima and question is this, I don't find this cemetery in findagrave.com  Would you happen to know if there is a possibility that it hasn't been listed there as of this time or if there is a different name I should be looking for or different county?

I realize, you may or may not know the answer but I wanted to start here because I haven't located it.  With all the cemeteries listed I was surprised that it wasn't there.

Thank you for your help on this matter and if you can help shed some light it would be very appreciated!


Date: Mar 3, 2013

Email: Doyle Winters

Query:My name is Doyle Winters. My grandfather was Albert Newton, he had my father Clarence Lee and a Daughter Clara Oemae.They lived in Talco Tx. Around 1910 .My father Clarence went to school there for a time. Is there any school records going back that far ? Albert died 1918 and is buried at Midway Cemetery. Which is in another county. I haven't been able to find a death certificate. He was suppose to have a woodsman of the world tombstone. But we visited some years back and could not find it. It must of been removed. A cousin said he had saw it years ago. I know Talco is a small town so don't know if any records are there or some where else. There is suppose to be an article in the Mt. Vernon paper for 10-Feb.-1922 in the Midway community column. that reads "Our Community was shocked Friday when the news reached here that our old friend Mr. Winters was dead. A  son and daughter survive him. He died Thursday at his home and was laid to rest in Midway Cemetery".This has to be my grandfather although the years are different.Clarence was born in 1904. I have an old letter that said he was going to start school. Just thought maybe you could help me. If you can please E-mail me. thanks


Date: Jan 7, 2013

Email: Richard Shaw

Query: There was a cemtery west of Talco, located on the south side of the oil field along the tree line. I am guessing that it was between 2 to 5 miles east of Talco. I can not find any reference to it in any of my cemetery searches. It may be in Franklin County, but I do not find any reference to it in any Franklin County searches. Do you know anything about this place?

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