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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
702
Williamson, Calvin Weaver
Williamson, Calvin Weaver
Funeral record 
 
703
Williamson, Calvin Weaver Jr
Williamson, Calvin Weaver Jr
Funeral Record 
 
704
Williamson, James Homer, Death Certificate
Williamson, James Homer, Death Certificate
Issued by the State of Texas 
 
705
Wood, A.J. Sr and Katie (Kelley) Golden Wedding Anniversary (1953-2003)
Wood, A.J. Sr and Katie (Kelley) Golden Wedding Anniversary (1953-2003)
An article in honor of their golden wedding anniversary 
 
706
Wright, Keaton James and Dilla, 50th Annual Family Reunion (1946-1996)
Wright, Keaton James and Dilla, 50th Annual Family Reunion (1946-1996)
Article commerating the 50th anniversary of their annual family reunion, begun in 1946 to welcome their son home from the service. As of the 1996 reunion, Keaton and Dilla had 326 direct descendants. Keton appears to have been named in honor of his maternal grandfather, Keton Jones McLemore.  
 
707
Zager, William Henry
Zager, William Henry
American Legion Official Membership Card, Pineland, Texas Post 517
Membership Card from 1947
Glen Koenig of Koenig Auto and Wrecker, Montgomery, Texas kindly rescued this card and searched out an appropriate home for it 
 
708
Zahn, Bennie
Zahn, Bennie
July 4, 1986 Times-Picayune photo and article about Bennie Zahn's Liberty Tree, one in a series of Holiday Trees that she annually decorates. 
 
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Zahn, Bennie, Christmas greetings ca 2007
Zahn, Bennie, Christmas greetings ca 2007
Note after returning home post-Katrina 
 
710
Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery (Jasper, Texas) Historical Marker
Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery (Jasper, Texas) Historical Marker
Local traditions and Baptist Church records indicate that the Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church was organized in 1852 with the Rev. John BEAN as first pastor. The first church building on this site is thought to have been a small log house. On August 16, 1853, Aurin Goodgame HORN donated 3 acres including the graveyard to the Zion Hill Baptist Church. The oldest marker is that of Joseph WOOD, who was born in 1792 in North Carolina and died in Jasper County on September 16, 1854. The original church building was quickly replaced by a board-and-batten structure and int he 1880's a large frame building. This stood until 1967, when it was demolished and replaced by a modern brick edifice outside the cemetery's main fence. Of over 1,186 graves in Zion Hill Cemetery, 36 are unmarked or unknown. Several were citizens of the Republic of Texas, 75 war vetarans are interred on this site. The graves of 102 young children bear witness to the high infant mortality rate among pioneers. Another notable grave is that of the Rev. A.C. SIMS (1845-1920) who was born in the Republic of Texas, served in the Confederate Army, and was a pastor of the Zion Hill Baptist Church. 
 
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Žákovec, Anna (Mrs. Joseph Hines) Death Certificate, 1934
Žákovec, Anna (Mrs. Joseph Hines) Death Certificate, 1934
Death Certificate from the State of Nebraska. Unlike her brothers death certificate, her parents are listed as Matthew Zakovec and Maria Bures.  
 
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Žákovec, Jan 'John,' Death Certificate, 1922
Žákovec, Jan "John," Death Certificate, 1922
State of Nebraska Death Certificate. His father is listed incorrectly as John Zakovic, whereas other sources indicate his father was actually Matej Žákovec. His mother, Marie Bures, is not listed.  
 

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