AfriGeneas has designed a site to assist the African ancestored researcher, throughout the diaspora, find a path to the last slaveholder or the suspected last slaveholder. Records kept by the slaveowner are frequently the only clue to our ancestors, particularly during the period 1619-1869.
1840 - 1860
So far the only year volunteered is 1881
Need Volunteer for the 1866 to 1916 period
Additional marriages sent in :
Shawneeka Noland sent in this marriage of her ancestor- Jonas E. Dupree (b. October 15, 1851) married Fannie Ellen (Holland) Dupree (b. March 12, 1861) wed on August 24, 1874 in Bonham Fannin county Texas. She is researching the Dupree, Jackson & Holland.
I have tried unsuccessfully to access the old funeral home records for the ,
Everett Funeral Home
1200 Maple St, Bonham, TX 75418-2945
But perhaps they can find the records you need.
This info is avail by search word at the page linked.
Just enter their name in search field.
while at a local library I made a
list of the folks with photos
that appear in that little book:
Mrs. Kitty Inge
Annie Garrett-Melissa Garrett
Emma Edwards & Dau.
Odis & Ardis McNeal
Marie Smith & Naomi Nathanel
Herbert Silas Chapman & Robert A. Chapman
Kitty Caraway, Jean & Pauline
Dr.McRuffin & all the children he had delivered
Marsh Bates Walton
Tom & Nancy Stewart Jones -Marrige Picture
Lonnie Lela Bennett
Tommy Alexander Harris in her wedding dress
Roberta Dodd Crawford
Linwood Hill-WWI picture
Ravenna School picture- some surnames: Phillips, Potts,'
Davis, Chapman, Dehoney , Espy, White, King , Hill, Smith
Picture of the Spoonamore school in 1927 mentions no names
Washington School ,some surnames : Carr , Dunlap, White,
Rayford, Coleman, Fuller, Phea, Mason, McNealy,
Roberson, Bogar, Elliott, Walton, Lordmilk, Elliott, Perry,
Doss & Wilson.