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Waunita M Herron (#21335338)
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Karen Wiedemann
Jesse Stroud
Who is this? Shows as sibling to Mary Jane Dial Dayton.

Added by Karen Wiedemann on Feb 12, 2016 3:03 PM
Karen Wiedemann
RE: Mary Jane Dial Dayton
I will go to the cemetery again and look for Mary Jane. Maybe that's why I couldn't find her is I had Emma Watson stuck in my head !

Added by Karen Wiedemann on Feb 12, 2016 2:59 PM
Karen Wiedemann
Emma Waldron
Sorry I put the pic on the wrong person. Emma is in Blk 21, Lot 13.

Added by Karen Wiedemann on Feb 12, 2016 2:53 PM
Karen Wiedemann
RE: Mary Jane Dial Dayton
This is the information I received from the cemetery. I could not find a stone for Mary Jane, but I will ask her who she was buried next to to be sure.


Emma Waldron died 8-23-1949 and buried in Grave k Lot 13, Block 21, First Addition

There is no record of Webster Waldron.

Mary Jane Dial Dayton died 6-24-1932 and is buried in Grave A, Lot 11, Block 36, Old Addition

Her birth date was 1839.
Added by Karen Wiedemann on Feb 12, 2016 9:03 AM
Tom Rasor
RE: Willis H. Rasor

Thanks, Waunita.
I will keep an eye out on your interests. I am trying to find more info on Willis, as I contacted people in Lancaster and they said they had an unmarked Union soldier grave in their cemetery and were interested about Willis.

Here is a portion of an email I sent to the principal of Rasor Elementary School in Plano, Texas, as I have lost contact with my family in the area since my father's death. Please feel free to copy or forward it to anyone that may have info on this issue. It may lead to something that would interest you, also.
Thank you again,

If this message gets to someone interested:

I have recently found that Willis was killed in action on February 27, 1865, in Lancaster, SC. There is an unmarked Union grave in the cemetery in Lancaster. I have people at the University there that would like to know more about Willis, and the possibility that it may be his burial site. He may have been killed in a small skirmish as Shermanís forces were advancing north. He was a corporal in the 3rd Kentucky Cavalry. Iím sure someone in the family has gone far beyond my initial investigation on the issue. Please contact me if you can find the time.
Thank You.
Tom Rasor
2457 County Road
Anson, TX
Added by Tom Rasor on Feb 02, 2016 11:16 AM
Tom Rasor
Willis H. Rasor
This is my great-great grandfather. I have info for the Rasor side of the family through Willis - John Henry - Tolbert Conley - Carl Hal - Thomas Conley (me). I'm a novice at genealogy, but found the info from the Emily Catherine Liter family very helpful.
You do great work and would be happy if I can help.
Added by Tom Rasor on Feb 01, 2016 1:52 AM
RE: Homer W. Sanford # 28288546
You may want to contact the manager of this memorial, since it is not my memorial , and I didn't create it, I simply photographed the monument, it is pretty hard to read but it papers to be later than 1853 to my vision. Since it isn't my memorial, I have not one any research on the Sanford's unless I created memorials for them in this cemetery.

Sorry I can't help you any further, if you click on the photo, maybe you can read the dates better.

Best Regards

Added by Mr.B on Dec 14, 2015 10:20 PM
Jan Baughman
RE: Harry Neff Waldron
I would go with what Sally says. Sally got her information from her father Harry Waldron Jr. Thanks for the write up about the land lottery. It was quite interesting! I read it to my husband and we both got a chuckle out of it.
Added by Jan Baughman on Dec 01, 2015 3:50 PM
Jan Baughman
RE: Harry Neff Waldron
I will see what I can find out about the name confusion.
Added by Jan Baughman on Dec 01, 2015 8:41 AM
Jan Baughman
RE: Harry Neff Waldron
Sally is my sister-in-law and still lives in The Woodlands, TX. Sally is the one who has most of the family genealogy. You have their fathers name correct. At this time, his ashes have not been interned yet, but the family hopes to do that sometime this spring. Harry and Ruth Waldron will be interned at Houston National Cemetery.
Added by Jan Baughman on Dec 01, 2015 8:39 AM
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