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5551 Worked for his father as a farm laborer BURDINE, Richard Baxter (I11756)
 
5552 Worked for the Navy Cost? Insurance Division MATHEWS, William Edward (I13764)
 
5553 Worked in the house. HORNBUCKLE, Francis M. (I12461)
 
5554 WW I Draft Card says he was born "near Opelika, Alabama." LOCKHART, Edward Valentine (I8835)
 
5555 WWI Draft Registration says "Lee County, Alabama," and WWII Draft Registration says "Russell County, Alabama." LOCKHART, John Charles (I8834)
 
5556 Wylie Harold "Pete" Ingram, 77, went to be with the Lord from his residence in Tennessee Colony following a lengthy illness.

For most of his life, he was self-employed in the trucking business with his brothers.

Pete was preceded in death by his parents, Solon A. Ingram and Gladys Humphrey Ingram; four brothers; one sister; and his previous wife Sue Hagen Ingram.

He is survived by his wife of 12 1/2 years, Ellen Perry Ingram; brother, R.Q. Ingram; sister, Louise Belknap; stepdaughters, Melinda Lee Clayton and Cecilia Lee Constancio and husband John; stepsons, Johnny Hagan and wife Vickie and Big John Carmack and wife Janet; five grandsons; two granddaughters; six great-grandsons; four great-granddaughters and numerous nieces and nephews.

Mr. Ingram chose to be cremated. An open house and visitation for friends and relatives will be held at his residence in Tennessee Colony on Saturday, June 28, 2014.

(Obit: Palestine Herald Press 6/27/2014) 
INGRAM, Wylie Harold (I11079)
 
5557 Year is very hard to read on census TERRY, Howard (I6210)
 
5558 Young Bend Girl, Badly Burned Last March, Passed Away Tues A.M. At Dallas Hospital

Word reached San Saba Tuesday morning that Miss Ruth Broyles, 20-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.G. Broyles of the Bend community, passed away at a Dallas hospital at 1:30 o'clock last Tuesday morning as the result of the serious burns she received last March 1st at the home of her parents, when her dress caught fire.

Miss Broyles had undergone many skin grafting operations since the accident and had suffered untold agonies since a large part of the surface of the upper part of her body was severely burned and she had been receiving treatment in a Dallas institution for some time. 
BROYLES, Annie Ruth (I3821)
 
5559 [Served as a physician in Texas Troops] ADAMS, Dr. Peter Lafayette (I10421)
 
5560 [Susan] had three brothers, Leon, Van and Tom, who were Texas Rangers and who were stationed at Ft. Worth with Gen. Worth, who was in command of the fort, Ft. Worth being named in honor of him. And it was through the three brothers' influence that the Collins family came to Texas in the pioneer days, and Collin county was named in honor of some of the Collins boys. Family (F1688)
 
5561 _FREL Natural
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5563 _FREL Natural
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5565 _FREL Natural
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5566 _FREL Natural
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5567 _FREL Natural
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5568  "This indenture made and entered into this eleventh day of October one thousand eight hundred and sixteen between Caty Estes, James Estes, Willis Estes, Elisha Estes, Edmund Estes, John Estes, James Ancell and Frankey his wife, Zachariah Wood and Nancy his wife the county of Orange and the state of Virginia of the one part and John McClamer of the county and state aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Caty Estes, James Estes, Willis Estes, Edmund Estes, John Estes, James Ancell and Frankey his wife, Zachariah Wood and Nancy his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they doth acknowledge themselves fully satisfied and paid, hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said John McClamer one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Orange on the waters of Taylor's run containing seventy one acres to be the same more or less and bounded as followeth to wit, beginning at two white oaks, spanish oak and pine thense south thirty six east eight five poles to two white oaks, hickory and polar on (?) hill side thense north fifty five east, one hundred and twenty six poles to a white oak and red oak and spanish oak saplin (?) thence north fifty five west, one hundred and twenty one poles to two white oaks and a spanish oak in Early's line thence south thiry (?) six degrees 10 minutes west ninety two poles to the beginning. To have and to hold the said land and premises with all rents and profits of the said land. And we the said Caty Estes, James Estes, Willis Estes, Elisha Estes, Edmund Estes and John Estes, James Ancell, Zachariah Wood do bind ourselves and our heirs and assigns to the said John McClamer his heirs and assigns forever to the warrant and defend the title of the above land clear and from the claim of any person or persons whatsoever unto the said John McClamer and his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof the parties have set their hands and seals the day and year above writtenSigned and sealed and delivered in the presence of[no witnesses listed]

Edmund Estes, James Ancel, Frances his wife, Willis Estes, Elisha Estes, Marih X Wood, Zachariah Wood, Nancy Wood" 
MCCLAMMER, John (I13262)
 
5569  Died along with three of her children in the crash of Piedmont Flight 22. STOCKER, Ellen (I11755)
 
5570  In 1804, William became the Justice of the Peace for Warren County, Kentucky. By 1810, William seems to have followed his son, Stephen, to the area of Caldwell County, as he appears on the 1810 tax list for Caldwell county with four slaves and five horses. In 1811, he became Judge of Election in Caldwell Co., Kentucky., and died the same year.

Source: Ancestry.com The Lager Diebolt Rausch Laub Genealogy Page
 
LACY, William Hughes (I4226)
 
5571  Lot 1869, Space 2 MITCHELL, Ballard Preston (I12059)
 
5572  Son William H. Manning, sons Joseph F. and Thomas C. Manning, son Richard, brother Malachi Haughton Exr. Test, W.C. Warren. HAUGHTON, Sarah (I10176)
 

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