I appreciate all the hard work volunteers add to findagrave by maintaining memorials and adding photographs from cemeteries. I maintain several family trees on ancestry. My tree is The Warner Lone Star Family Tree. My father's family is clustered around Gonzales, Texas and my mother's around Abilene, Texas. My tree features Texas historical figures. "I hear ethereal whispers, persuasive, soft and still. Daughter, if you don't remember us, who will?" Irish saying, author unknown.
Washington H. Fisher Washington H. Fisher Thank you Betty Warner for finding my grandfather. I can't wait to hear how you found his name. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org Betty could you turn ownership of Washington H. Fisher memorial to me. Thanks again Betty you're an Angel.
Claiborne Sullivan Magee Hi Betty - Was very interested to see the portrait of Felix W.(assume Winston) Magee --- he is the brother to my Claiborne Sullivan Magee 1830 - 1863 who was living in East Texas when he joined the Conf - Texas 13th Calvary and did not return from the Civil War. I see there are many Claiborn Sullivan Magees in Texas but they are descended from Felix W. Magee and Martha Long Magee who came to live near brother in law Bluford Magee near Dewville/Union Hill area of Gonzales county. Are these your relatives? If so we are cousins! My Great Grandfather is Samuel Winston Magee (Son of C.S. Magee & Mary Jane McCullar who were living in East Texas during Civil War) and Sarah Elizabeth Davis Magee --- they are both buried at Rancho Cemetery about a mile or so out of Nixon, Texas. Please contact me -- email@example.com
Felix Magee I am helping a friend with an application to the Son of the American Revolution. I am looking for documents to show Felix W Magee is the son of Samuel Magee 1789-1845 and Elizabeth Taliafarro 1795-1846. Thanks for your help Gary Jensen Gary@JensenMyWay.com