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We believe this picture was taken in Concho
County, Texas around the 1903-1905 time period.
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Information we have received to date
|Date Received||Furnished by||Subject #||Subject Name||Subject comments|
|July 24, 1999||Faye Elder- email me at this address||9||Joseph Barnabus Currie||Obit from Ballinger Banner-Leader
November 17, 1911
Uncle Joe Currie.
Uncle Joe Currie, ex-County Treasurer of Concho county, who was
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joe Hardin, in our city, died suddenly
last Friday night at the home of his Daughter.
He had a stroke of paralysis a short while
ago but had apparently recovered from same, but for the past few days
was not feeling so well though nothing of a serious nature.
While sitting in his chair talking all at once he died and when the
family took hold of (him) found he was dead.
(Sons not named in the above article were: John, Barney, Robert, and Joseph V. Currie.)
|July 24, 1999||Faye Elder - email me at this address||12||Ina Jean Currie||Daughter of Joseph and Ann Currie|
|July 24, 1999||Faye Elder - email
me at this address
|15||Ann Elizabeth Browning Currie||Wife of Joseph Barnabus Currie rests by his side in the Paint Rock Cemetery|
|Aug 2, 1999||Mary Love Berryman
|31||Henry Davis Pearce||You can find a story about Henry Davis
Pearce and his family at
There is also an index to the book he wrote
"126 Biographical Sketches of Confederate Soldiers"
by H. D. Pearce, Robert Lee, Coke County,
Texas, 1910 on the Coke County TXGenWeb Project
|Oct 6, 1999||Richard L. Dunkle
|10||J.W. King||My name is Richard L. Dunkle and I believe the man to be J. W. King, my great grand father. My grandmother was Susie Etta King and was born in Eden in October, 1902. She later married Raymond Dancer. When she became pregnant with my mother, (Juanita Susie Dancer), Raymond "disappeared". Any help in researching my family would be greatly appreciated.|
|Oct 6, 1999||Richard L. Dunkle
|25||Missouri Elizabeth King||I believe this woman to be my great grandmother , Missouri Elizabeth King and very much pregnant with my grandmother Susie Etta King who was born this month (October) in Eden.|
|Oct 8, 1999||Becky Rogers
|6||Calvin Walker McCutchen|
|Jul 16, 2000||Sandra Greene Camp mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org||
|Joann D. Galloway Dannelley||Since I never met my great-grandmother, I could be wrong that this is her picture. I do have a picture of her and the woman in the reunion picture looks remarkably like the picture I have. If it is my great-grandmother, she married my great-grandfather, Swain G. Dannelley, on 16 July 1868, in Maury County Tennessee. They lived in Lawrence County, Alabama, where their children were born. Sometime between 1876 when my grandfather Dillon Christopher was born and 1880 they traveled to Coleman County, Texas, where they settled. My grandfather and his 2 brothers and 2 sisters were married in either Runnels County or Coleman County.|
|Mar 14, 2001 and updated Jan 19,
||Ed Walker mailto:edwalker||23
||William Warren Foreman
||This is my Great Grandfather William Warren Foreman. He is buried in Norwood Cemetery with a Confederate marker. His wife was Martha Ann Thomas. Of their 8 children one was Addie (Foreman) Clayton, who married Finis E. Clayton and lived all their lives on their ranch slightly north of Norwood cemetery. One of their daughters Euda Mae married my father Walter Edmond Walker, they both lived and died in Bangs, Brown co, and are buried there. My mom's last living sibling was William Jennings Bryan Clayton who lived his entire life in Runnels county.|
| Jul 18, 2001
|5||Arthur Roy Wilson||Arthur Roy Wilson was my great grandfather. The only pictures we have of him, he was close to 40 years old, but I am almost 100% sure that this is him as a 15 year old boy. Arthur was sentenced to 49 years in the Huntsville State Prison at the age of 23 for shooting and killing Roy Stuart on July 20, 1912 in front of Barbee's store in Paint Rock, Texas.|
|Jul 18, 2001||Jana Fanning mailto:FSassymom@aol.com
|8||Walter J. Wilson||I believe this to be my great great grandfather, Walter J. Wilson. Called "J.W." & "Blackie". There are no known pictures of him, but he is the father of Arthur Roy Wilson (No. 5). His wife was Mary E. (maiden unknown) and his other sons were Oscar and Harvey. He was known to be a very cruel man, and was noted for his Black hair. I don't know if I will ever know for sure if this is him or not, but in my heart I believe it is. There is a remarkable family resemblance in him and one of my uncles(his great grandson.)|
|Jul 18. 2001||Jana Fanning mailto:FSassymom@aol.com||17||Harvey Wilson||This boy could possibly be one of the children of Walter J. Wilson (NO. 8). It would more than likely be Harvey Wilson who would have been 9 years old at the time.|
|Apr 27 2002||Chuck Zonker
|38||Samuel R. Rice||Samuel Rice, born Union Co. Arkansas Nov 10, 1843. Co B, 28th Texas Calvelry, Walker's Division. Enlisted in New Salem, Cherokee Co. Texas. Lived in Bosque & Runnels Counties after the war. Died in Big Spring, Howard County Texas, Apr 132 1925. I'm not 100% sure of course, but sure looks like a picture I have of him and his wife, but don't know the date. he told my Aunt of having to eat meat cut from dead horses, because that was about all that they could find. Samuel Rice was my Great Grandfather on my mother's side.|
|Aug 5 2004||Brenda McClure
|33||Allie Belle Pierce||I believe this could be Allie Belle Pierce, mother of Joe Hardin, Dora Hardin, and Anna Lee Pierce. The age would be right and this photo is very much like one I have of her taken about that time. Not positive.|
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