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Bosque County Texas Queries

Submitted by: Carolyn Sosebee   --   Email address:
05 APR 2007
Does anyone look up old obituaries or is there a way to look up old obituaries?

Some of the names I would like to find are:

  Alice Catherine Pierce Sosebee (b) September 26, 1857 in navarro County,
Texas (d.) April 23, 1942 in Hill County, Texas  Lived at Walling Bend.

  Walter Robert Sosebee (b) July 7, 1892 (d) May 1974 in Whitney, Hill County, Texas

  Lottie Mae Overton Sosebee (b) March 12, 1896 (d) January 10, 1974 in Whitney, Hill County, Texas

Surnames: Joan Taylor
Submitted by: Vic   --   Email address:
05 FEB 2005

Query: I am trying to find a contributor to the Bosque Co board: Joan
Taylor. The e-mail address listed will not receive e-mails.  If anyone
know how to contact her, please let me know.

Submitted by: Donna   Email address:
03 JUL 2004

Query: I am looking for the name of the editor of the Bosque Beacon,
published in Meridian 1867-68. Because it was Republican, it may have
been edited by a Norwegian. 

Submitted by: Merle Wilson  (
Date:  08 Jan 2004

Query: When were the first death certificates issued in Bosque Co.

Submitter: Vicky L. Barton (
Date: 14 Nov 2002

Looking for Charles Martin. Was Agg teacher at Cransfills Gap High, not sure what year,
maybe 1952- 1954    Please Help me !!! Vicky

Submitter: Marie Collins (
Date: 17 Sep 2001

my email address has changed.

Submitter: mnoel (
Date: 08 Jul 2001

I'm looking for info on the first united church in clifton ....... like when it was built ...
by who ......etc. if you can help would appreciate.

Submitted by: Jeff Clark   --   Email address:
03 JUL 2006

Query: I recently visited the OLD VALLEY MILLS CEMETERY, where my GGG
Grandfather, and my GG Grandmother are buried in unmarked graves.  I
would like to find out who is on the cemetery association, as I had a
hard time finding it and it looks like it needs some more support.

Also, I am interested in finding out if there is a list of the names of
the people that are buried there, in graves that are not marked.  There
is a lot of history in this lovely cemetery that is in danger of being
lost and forgotten.  Any information or background would surely be
appreciated.  Thank you.