Bosque County Texas Queries


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Surnames: EASTON, SMITH, JACKSON
Submitter: Deni (deneaston@aol.com)
Date: 24 Jul 2002

Looking for any info on Joshua SMITH married to Mary JACKSON, daughter Clara SMITH,
born late 1800's, married to Robert Frank EASTON, in Bosque Co., TX. Had two
known daughters, Opal and Kathryn EASTON. Any info greatly appreciated. 


Surnames: EVERETT, GOODALL, HELTON, WOOD
Submitter: Lori Jacox (jacox@tca.net)
Date: 25 Aug 2001

I have heard that records kept by the Masonic Lodge are a good source for genealogy
research. Most of my ancestor's that lived in the Clifton, Meridian, and Valley Mills area
were Masons. They were some of the first families to live in Bosque County. The Everett's,
Goodall's, Wood's, and Helton's. Does anyone know how far back the Mason's records
for Bosque County go and if they are accessable for family history research?



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Surnames: FARABEE
Submitter: stephanie bertani (sclbert@aol.com)
Date: 15 Sep 2002 Victor Farabee, son of Leroy Farabee. I would like any information on this line.
Particularly, whom Victor married, when, where, and children.
Surnames: FINE, EVERETT

Submitter: John E. Fine <jefphoto@aol.com>
Date: 04 Feb 2003

My Gr-Gr-Grandfather was Alfred W. Fine. He had 160 acres just north of Clifton. The survey
bears his name and waspatented in 1867 (he had been living there since 1859)with T. Everett
witnessing to his long term residence. I believe the property was transferred, sold or
some-such shortly after the patent date. Alfred moved to live with family in Comanche County
about that year.  I am interested to know to whom the ownership was transferred.
If someone could search the property records, I would appreciate it greatly. 


Surnames: FLATT, BRUTON
Submitter: C.FLATT, MOSB, DALLAS (www.hobo362000@yahoo.com)
Date: 20 Feb 2002

Seek more info on true death cause on INES FLATT, b & d 1900/1902 in county. Child
of TexieAnn FLATT and William Flatt. Reported to be buried 'across the road' from home
place-- in the HANNA cemetery. She was my AUNT. Home place was ' up the slope'--
can be seen from the top story window of the court house-- looking west.


Surnames: FOSTER, BONNER
Submitter: Wanda Hurn (whurn@aol.com)
Date: 01 Jul 2001

I am searching for Foster and Bonner information. FLECHTER FOSTER Born Nov. 11,
1834 and Died Mar. 25, 1911 His wife was Nancy C. ? She was born Sept. 1843 and Died
Mar. 25, 1911. From family history I have been told they are buried in Walton Co. GA in the
same grave. He had a son Named William Madison Foster that moved to AL and then TN.
Any info would be appreciated.


Surnames: FREE, STEWART, BELL, BIBEE
Submitted by: furst moore   <filmo2@juno.com>
Date: 23 JAN 2004

Query: Looking for the Milton Free family that moved down from Johnson
county. One daughter Amy may have married in Bosque county. Milton's
wife Florence died in Bosque and a son Wesley Milton died there. Any
info appreciated.
1st          filmo2@juno.com



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Surnames: GANDY, GARDNER, FRANCIS
Submitted by: Merle Wilson  (romer4309@cox-internet.com)
Date:  08 Jan 2004

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


Surnames: GARY, STOCKING, PENSON
Submitter: Amy Dyer (adyer@ev1.net)
Date: 21 Jul 2002

The 1880 census for Bosque Co. lists a family headed by J. B. and Henrietta STOCKING,
which includes Mary Jane STOCKING, age 10, and Marvin R. STOCKING, age 9. I am
interested in knowing more about this family.  These two children, Mary Jane and Marvin,
are believed to be siblings, but not children of J. B. and Henrietta. In 1870 Mary Jane, at
3 mo. of age, was in Harris Co., TX in the household of John and Isaac (f) STOCKING. Family
legend says John's wife and the mother of the children was Loretta GARY, and that she died
shortly after Marvin'sbirth. Was she connected to the GARY families in Bosque Co.?
Supposedly the children were left with relatives to be raised, possibly J. B. and Henrietta
STOCKING in Bosque Co. One source says Henrietta was a PENSON before her marriage.
Two other girls were listed in the family in 1880.


Surnames: GLENN
Submitter: Glen Glenn (gglenn@htcomp.net)
Date: 26 May 2002

Looking for any info about the Glenn families of Bosque County


Surnames: GOLDSMITH
Submitted by: Brenda McLain   ---   Email address: brenda_mclain@yahoo.com
05 FEB 2005

Query: I have a picture of an infant that was found in my great
grandfather Robert Henry Blackwell's papers. The picture has some
writing on the back " only grandaughter Ella Elizabeth Goldsmith". I
have found this family, John W. (Wesley), Dora and Ella on the Bosque
Co. Census records and also in cemetery records. I do not know of any
relation to the Blackwell family, but perhaps there is a connection
through the Clemens line. If anyone knows anything about the Goldsmith
family of Bosque County or any descendants I would love to hear from
you. I don't believe that Ella Elizabeth ever married, but she did have
brother and some sisters. Would be happy to get the picture to the
family and would also love to know what the connection may have been to
my family.