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McLemore, Vessie & Nina McLemore family Home, San Augustine, Texas
McLemore, Vessie & Nina McLemore family Home, San Augustine, Texas
This is the home that Vessie and Nina McLemore bought in the late 1920's in the City of San Augustine, near the intersection of Main and Whitton. Tom and Lynn McLemore were both born in this home, and lived here until late in the 1930's, when their father purchased farm land outside of the city. This picture was taken around 2003. Tom McLemore notes that this roof on the house is the same one his father laid on the home in the 1930's. 
 
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McLemore, Vessie ca 1914 newspaper notice
McLemore, Vessie ca 1914 newspaper notice
Ad run ca 1914 offering a reward for the return of missing cattle 
 
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McLemore, Vessie E. ca 1938, appointed trustee to San Augustine (TX) Public School Board
McLemore, Vessie E. ca 1938, appointed trustee to San Augustine (TX) Public School Board
School News article, dated May 19, 1938, reporting that Mr. V. E. McLemore had taken the place of Mr. B. J. Butts as a member of the San Augustine Texas Schools Board of Trustees 
 
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McLemore, Viola Evon
McLemore, Viola Evon
Memorial Service Program, Front Cover 
 
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McLemore, Viola Evon, Memorial Service Program
McLemore, Viola Evon, Memorial Service Program
Memorial Service Program, Inside Cover, listing vital facts and pallbearers 
 
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McLemore, Weakley Mason
McLemore, Weakley Mason
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, William
McLemore, William
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, William Carroll a/k/a R.C. Johnson
McLemore, William Carroll a/k/a R.C. Johnson
Story about his reunion with his siblings after an almost 70 years absence from home. 
 
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McLemore, William L.
McLemore, William L.
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, William Lee
McLemore, William Lee
Application for a Social Security Account. He was born in August, 1874 in Clarke County, Mississippi to John Quincy McLemore and Martha Alice Johnson, but I have been unable to find he and his family on the 1880 census. Please email if you know more about this family.  
 
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McLemore, William Young
McLemore, William Young
Death Certificate from the State of Missouri 
 
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Mettrie Camp, Idaho
Mettrie Camp, Idaho
Henry and his family moved here to find work during the depression 
 
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Michigan State University Yearbook
Michigan State University Yearbook
This is a copy of page 57 from the 1923 Michigan State University Yearbook, the Wolverine, showing Avis Augusta Smith and some classmates. Other individuals pictured are Charlotte Blanche Siebert, Earl Adam Sindecuse, Henry Franklin Small, Harry George Smith, Colonel Francis Snyder, Margaret Elizabeth Snyder, Carl Walter Soderbeck, John Franklin Spalding, and Robert Dugan Spencer. 
 
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Mitchell, Emma (Ramsey)
Mitchell, Emma (Ramsey)
Photo and condensed obituary from the San Augustine Tribune 
 
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Mitochodrial DNA (mtDNA), Haplogroup K
Mitochodrial DNA (mtDNA), Haplogroup K
Sample from Tom Strong, representing mtDNA he inherited from his mother, Patricia McGuire, going back through her mother, Josephine Morlas, Josephine's mother, Lucine Roquevert, and Lucine's mother, Blazine Pene. Based the research of Bennie Zahn of New Orleans, Blazine's maternal line can be traced back another four generations, to Marie Longanere born sometime before1730, presumably in the Hautes-Pyrénées region of France, where Blazine was born. 
 
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Morlas, Josephine (Mrs. Kenneth Carpenter)
Morlas, Josephine (Mrs. Kenneth Carpenter)
Pittsburgh County, Oklahoma Death certificate, note that the date of birth is in error, her actual date of birth being April 13, 1905 
 
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Morlas, Josephine (Mrs. Kenneth Carpenter)
Morlas, Josephine (Mrs. Kenneth Carpenter)
Funeral Memorium 
 
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Morlas, Josephine Civil marriage to Keith D. McGuire, 16 July 1930
Morlas, Josephine Civil marriage to Keith D. McGuire, 16 July 1930
Jo and Keith were married after meeting at a dance in Mississippi 
 
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Morlas, Josephine Marguerite, Parish of Orleans Birth Registration
Morlas, Josephine Marguerite, Parish of Orleans Birth Registration
Receipt, from the Parish of Orleans--Office of the Board of Health and Recorder of Births, Marriages and Deaths, for the registration of the birth on Josephine Marguerite Morlas on April 13, 1905 
 
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Morlas, Josephine Sacramental Marriage to Keith D. McGuire
Morlas, Josephine Sacramental Marriage to Keith D. McGuire
Josephine and Keith solemnized their wedding vows at St. Rita Church in New Orleans exactly one week after their elopement in Mississippi 
 
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Morlas, Lucine (Roquevert) with daughters Elenora and Vivian, circa 1925
Morlas, Lucine (Roquevert) with daughters Elenora and Vivian, circa 1925
After purchasing a Hupmobile, Lucine and her youngest daughters, Elenora and Vivian, flew to Detroit as part of the nationwide "Sky-Road Parade and Million Dollar Driveaway" promotion. The Party of seven included another purchaser, Sam Dander, as well and the owners/managers of New Orleans United Motor Car Company, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Johnson. The plane was piloted by John Worthen. The trip probably occured in 1925 or after, when the straight-eight model of Hupmobile was debuted.  
 
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mtDNA results for, Mary UNKNOWN, the wife of Daniel Morgan
mtDNA results for, Mary UNKNOWN, the wife of Daniel Morgan
Haplogroup HV results, from a direct female descendant Daniel Morgan's wife Mary. The mtDNA came from the following line of descent: Mary; Elizabeth MORGAN (daughter of Daniel and Mary); Sarah Jane JONES (daughter of Elizabeth and Sion JONES); Ida JONES (daughter of Sarah Jones and Henry Cochran JONES); Private (daughter of Ida Jones and Charles GIBSON); and Private (granddaughter of Ida Jones). It was hoped we could prove that Mary's maternal line was Native American, as has long been rumored. However, the HV Haplogroup is considered to have Western European origins, and is in fact one of the most common mtDNA signatures found in Europe.  
 
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Newnam, Daisy Marie (Mrs. Keith D. McGuire, Jr.)
Newnam, Daisy Marie (Mrs. Keith D. McGuire, Jr.)
Funeral Memorium 
 
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O'Neill Home Duncan, Oklahoma
O'Neill Home Duncan, Oklahoma
Born in Ireland, John O'Neill made his fortune in cattle and banking. He built an imposing house in Duncan in 1902. Much of the material used in this house, including the large cedar beams, was hauled by ox-pulled wagons from Gainesville, Texas. For a period of time the west upstairs bedroom was used as a Roman Catholic Mission. (Goins, C. R. & Morris, J. W. (1980) Oklahoma Homes Past and Present University of Oklahoma Press: Norman) At the time of the 1910 census, he was listed as having an "independent income." John and his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Payne, were the original occupants of the home, along withe their daughters, Byrd and Annie. Later it was owned by Annie Josephine O'Neill and her husband James Rufus Sparks. Later still it was purchased by the Pace family and called the Pace Mansion.
 
 
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Osborne, Alberta 'Bertie' 1885 marriage to Frederick Strong
Osborne, Alberta "Bertie" 1885 marriage to Frederick Strong
Trumbull County Ohio marriage license 
 
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Parker, Bettye Sue and John R. 'Pondus' McLemore Family Record
Parker, Bettye Sue and John R. "Pondus" McLemore Family Record
A record from Bettye Sue Parker McLemore's family bible, listing information on her parents, her parents-in-law, and her children 
 
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Parker, Bettye Sue engagement announcement to John Robinson McLemore
Parker, Bettye Sue engagement announcement to John Robinson McLemore
Announcement of the couples engagement and upcoming wedding. They were married in July, 1957. 
 
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Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John R. McLemore
Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John R. McLemore
Copy of their marriage certificate from Clinch County, Georgia 
 
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Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John Robinson McLemore
Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John Robinson McLemore
From a digital scrapbook created by Sharon McLemore Goforth 
 
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Parsons, Columbus
Parsons, Columbus
Husband of Jennie Gentry. Although his parents are not listed on his death certificate, it appears from census records that he is likely to son of William and Margaret Parson of Hickory County, Missouri. 
 
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Payne Thomas H. Selective Service Departure Permit 1943, California to Alaska
Payne Thomas H. Selective Service Departure Permit 1943, California to Alaska
In August, 1943, Tom Payne filed this document with the Long Beach, California Selective Service board. It was a request for permission to depart the United States to visit the country of Alaska, which was not yet a state. He was in the employ of Guy F. Atkinson Co of San Francisco, a heavy construction company. As the nature of his business was listed as "confidential," it is likely he was involved in a civil engineering project in Alaska related to the war effort 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 1913, Birth Certificate
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1913, Birth Certificate
Issued by the State of Oklahoma 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 1922, Baptism
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1922, Baptism
Certificate of Baptism from Church of the Assumption, Duncan, Oklahoma. Her godparents were J.R. and Annie (O'Neill) Sparks.  
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 1931, High School Diploma
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1931, High School Diploma
High School Diploma from Saint Elizabeth Academy in Purcell, Oklahoma, a school established for Native American students by Miss Katherine Drexel of the wealthy Philadelphia Drexel family, and run by the Sisters of St. Francis 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 1996
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1996
Anna Laura "Roonie" Strong's Chickasaw Nation Tribal identification  
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 1996
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1996
Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 'Roonie' (Mrs. Homer Strong) Obituary
Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 "Roonie" (Mrs. Homer Strong) Obituary
As published in the Chickasaw Times 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 (Mrs. Homer Strong) Death Certificate
Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 (Mrs. Homer Strong) Death Certificate
Issued by the State of Oklahoma 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 (Mrs. Homer Strong) Funeral Memorium
Payne, Anna Laura ca 2004 (Mrs. Homer Strong) Funeral Memorium
Provided by the Don Grantham Funeral Home 
 
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Payne, Anna Laura marriage to Homer Strong
Payne, Anna Laura marriage to Homer Strong
Marriage license issued in Jefferson County, Oklahoma 
 
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Payne, Gertrude Louise
Payne, Gertrude Louise
Announcement of her 1924 graduation from Duncan (Okla.) High School 
 
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Payne, John yDNA of direct male descendant
Payne, John yDNA of direct male descendant
Certificate of Y-chromosome DNA testing from The Geneographic Project. Haplogroup R1b is the most common in Western Europe, and are descendants of the Europe's first large-scale human settlers. The marker's frequency is high in northern France and the British Isles where it was carried by descendents who had weathered the Ice Age in Spain.

The yDNA donor was Paul James Payne of Corpus Christi, now deceased. His line of descent from the immigrant John Payne is as follows:

John Payne>William Payne>William Payne>Sanford Payne>George Payne>William C. Payne>Thomas Hamilton Payne, I>Walter Winkle Payne>Harry Carl Payne>Paul James Payne 
 
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Payne, Mary Ethel (Mrs. Walter Parker)
Payne, Mary Ethel (Mrs. Walter Parker)
Death Certificate from the State of Oklahoma 
 
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Payne, Patty Gay, Note to Santa, 1930's
Payne, Patty Gay, Note to Santa, 1930's
This note to Santa appears to have been written for Patty Gay by either her eldest sister, Anna Laura, or by her cousin Mary Pat Sparks 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 1 of 3
Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 1 of 3
This is the letter written by Mrs. Earle Barry of Palmer, Alaska to Anna Laura Strong. Mrs. Barry was responding to Anna Laura's inquiries about her father's whereabouts and activities over the past thirty years.  
 
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Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 2 of 3
Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 2 of 3
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 3 of 3
Payne, Thomas H. - Info Letter re TH Payne from Mrs Earle W Barry Palmer Alaska PG 3 of 3
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. - Telegram informing his family of Tom Payne's death
Payne, Thomas H. - Telegram informing his family of Tom Payne's death
This Western Union Telegram was sent by the Portland Oregon Veteran's hospital to Mrs. Anna Laura Strong in Duncan, Oklahoma to inform her that her father had died. Thomas's children had not heard from him in close to thirty years, until the Red Cross put them back in touch shortly before his death.  
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Civil Service Card
Payne, Thomas H. Civil Service Card
This card showed that Tom was retired from the Civil Service Administration, lists his annuity claim number, and shows that he began drawing his annuity in May, 1957, seven months prior to his death. 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Civil Service Disability Separation, May 1957
Payne, Thomas H. Civil Service Disability Separation, May 1957
This is Thomas Hamilton Payne's May 1957 Civil Service Separation order, issued by Ladd AFB in Fairbanks, Alaska because of his diagnosis of bronchogenic carcinoma. It showed his forwarding address in care of the Earle Barry family of Palmer, Alaska 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Letters of Administration 1950 (Based on Presumed Death)
Payne, Thomas H. Letters of Administration 1950 (Based on Presumed Death)
After his absence from home for more than twenty years, Tom's wife and daughter had him declared legally dead in order to collect benefits due him from the Chickasaw Nation. His youngest daughter, Lois Marie Payne, was named administer of his estate. Seven years after this was filed, they were reconnected with their dying father by the American Red Cross 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 1 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 1 0f 6
This important genealogical document is a six page proof of heirship, and was filed in Stephens County, Oklahoma on October 18, 1920 by Thomas Hamilton Payne, and outlines in detail his father's family. Tom lists his father's parents, brothers and sisters, first and second wife, and other children. Tom's father, Thomas Bunker Payne, was an enrollee in the Chickasaw Nation by marriage; and this was filed to prove Thomas Hamilton's Payne eligibility to enroll in the Chickasaw Nation based on his father's initial application. 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 2 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 2 0f 6
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 3 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 3 0f 6
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 4 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 4 0f 6
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 5 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 5 0f 6
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 6 0f 6
Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 6 0f 6
 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. Union Card
Payne, Thomas H. Union Card
National Federation of Federal Employees Local 899, issued in Fairbanks, Alaska 
 
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Payne, Thomas H. VFW Lifetime Membership
Payne, Thomas H. VFW Lifetime Membership
Ironically, this Life Membership was issued a few weeks after Tom died at the Portland V.A. Hospital.  
 
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Payne, Thomas H.- Alaska Hunting License
Payne, Thomas H.- Alaska Hunting License
This was issued in 1956, one year prior to his death. He was listed as 5'9 1/2 inches tall, and weighing 145 pounds (unchanged from his 1943 departure permit to Alaska), with brown hair and blue eyes. Tom's love for the outdoors is apparent, as included among the handful of his personal effects returned to his family were this license, an NRA membership card, a photo of him in hunting gear, and a receipt for .22 caliber long rifle.  
 
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Payne, Thomas H.- Ladd AFB Job Description 1955
Payne, Thomas H.- Ladd AFB Job Description 1955
This detail's Tom's promotion from Stationary Boiler Fireman to Heating Equipment Fireman at Ladd AFB in Alaska. His wages, of $2.94 an hour, however, remained unchanged.  
 
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Payne, Thomas Hamilton II
Payne, Thomas Hamilton II
Death Certificate, as issued by the State of Oregon
 
 
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Payne, Thomas Hamilton II, 1906 Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation Homestead Patent
Payne, Thomas Hamilton II, 1906 Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation Homestead Patent
Homestead Patent for 80 acres granted to Thomas H. Payne as a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation 
 
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Payne, Thomas Hamilton II, 1906 Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation Homestead Patent, Back
Payne, Thomas Hamilton II, 1906 Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation Homestead Patent, Back
Back of Thomas H. Payne's homestead patent 
 
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Payne, William Bertram Family Bible
Payne, William Bertram Family Bible
An overview of the Family Bible Information 
 
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Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Births)
Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Births)
Close up of Birth's from the Family Bible 
 
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Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Deaths)
Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Deaths)
Close up of Deaths from the Family Bible 
 
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Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Marriages)
Payne, William Bertram Family Bible (Marriages)
Close up of Marriage's from the Family Bible 
 
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Pointer, Edna Alyne (Mrs. Denton Kerr)
Pointer, Edna Alyne (Mrs. Denton Kerr)
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Pointer, Marion B.
Pointer, Marion B.
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Posvar, Martin
Posvar, Martin
Martin was born 1865 in Moravia 
 
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Racek, Emma (Mrs. James Virka)
Racek, Emma (Mrs. James Virka)
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Rennels, Perry Clyde
Rennels, Perry Clyde
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (B. 1882 Hyde Park, NY D.  1945 Warm Springs, Georgia)
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (B. 1882 Hyde Park, NY D. 1945 Warm Springs, Georgia)
The 32nd President of the United States, Democratic Party, 1933-1945, he was greatly admired by Charles Strong, and a distant cousin to boot. This portrait of FDR was purchased by Charles Strong at an Estate Sale, and was proudly hung in the kitchen of his and Pat's homes in Edinburg, Texas, both on 8th and on 15th streets.
 
 
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Russell, John Caro
Russell, John Caro
Application for a Social Security Account. This was completed when he was a resident of Abilene, Texas, and working for Motz & Curtis, a general insurance agency, established in 1882.  
 
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San Augustine (Texas) High School Future Farmer Association Officers, 1948-1949
San Augustine (Texas) High School Future Farmer Association Officers, 1948-1949
President: Elton Hightower, VP Raymond Nichols, 2nd VP Charles Zeigler, 3rd VP Langston Pate, Secretary Clifford Richard, Treasurer Thomas Woods, Sentinel Ed Halbert, Historian Robert Greer, Reporter Abbie Whitton, Sweetheart Nona Turner, Parlimentarian Lynn McLemore (lower right corner), Advisor Cecil Jones 
 
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San Augustine (Texas) High School Senior Class Officers, 1948-1949
San Augustine (Texas) High School Senior Class Officers, 1948-1949
President, Tom McLemore, Vice President John H. Butts, Secretary Nelda Magee, and Treasurer Jo Ann Anders 
 
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San Augustine County Teachers for 1933-1934
San Augustine County Teachers for 1933-1934
Listing of county school teachers  
 
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San Augustine High School, Class of 1925
San Augustine High School, Class of 1925
Dale was one of 29 students to graduate from San Augustine High School in May, 1925 
 
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Sandham, John Insurance Policy
Sandham, John Insurance Policy
Ben and Avis purchased this insurance policy from John A. Sandham, an agent for Lincoln Life Insurance, in 1932 
 
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Schaufele, Catherine (Mrs. Adam Benkelman)
Schaufele, Catherine (Mrs. Adam Benkelman)
Death Certificate 
 
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Schoenfeld, Eugene and Vivian (Morlas)
Schoenfeld, Eugene and Vivian (Morlas)
Invitation to celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversaary, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1986 
 
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Schopf, Christian
Schopf, Christian
Death Certificate from the State of Michigan 
 
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Schopf, John Jacob
Schopf, John Jacob
State of Washington Death Certificate 
 
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Schwegler, Laura and Charles Gregor
Schwegler, Laura and Charles Gregor
Invitation to the 1901 wedding of Laura Schwegler to Charles W. Gregor 
 
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Schwegler, Samuel, Funeral Memorium
Schwegler, Samuel, Funeral Memorium
Funeral memorium for Samuel Schwegler, the ten year old son of Andrew and Louisa (Benkelman) Schwegler 
 
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