Robert Daniel Civil war era papers He died in
1884 and in buried in the Brogdon
Cemetary, northwest of Pottsboro, very near famous Spout Springs where the
outlaws liked to cross the river and hide out at the Springs and hill above
it (it as a good lookout). Here is a picture of his grave stone,
but it is a little hard to read because it's so dark in there, the trees
have overgrown the cemetery.
His Amnesty papers which forgave him for serving in the Confederate
army where he pledged allegience to the Union. He joined in
Missouri. He lived in Grayson County, northwest of Pottsboro where he grew peaches commercially
amoung other things; he owned a lot of land here.
His CSA Inventory Papers
a receipt from a Dry good store.
Son of Robert Daniel and Nancy Elizabeth Graham:
(Herd) Daniel Sr., born 30 Oct 1881 in Pottsboro, Grayson, Texas;
died 08 Mar 1936 in Vernon, Wilbarger, Texas, USA. He married Abbie
Lea Myers 15 March 1911 in Pottsboro, Grayson Co., Texas. They were married
while sitting in a buggy on a country road. (Myers
Abbie Lea Myers, born 06 Mar 1894 in Red Oak, Ellis, Texas, USA;
died 26 Dec 1980 in Vernon,Wilbarger, Texas.
She was the daughter of William
Henderson Myers and Sarah Jane Hash. Abbie and Herbert moved to Vernon,
Texas from Grayson Co., Texas in 1919.