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|Suellen Browning Dennis||John C Moore FAG#111484416|
Allan, I will have to investigate a little more on him. There is a Moore Family Reunion every year in August in Elbert, Georgia. I will get in touch with the person in charge to see what she has on him. She has been researching the Moore family line for a very long time and might have an answer for me to help clear up some of the confusion. I will send her an e-mail and hope she will reply. Thanks for pointing this out to me. My great grandmother is from the Moore family line. Suellen B Dennis
|John McGlothlin||RE: Arthur Jackson|
Thanks for the transfer offer but I'm happy to let you keep him ! I don't have anything more to add to his memorial other than the parental links I sent via edit. I just thought if you were closely related we might have some info to share.
My best, John.
|John McGlothlin||Arthur Jackson|
I see you now manage his memorial; are you related ? If so, we have a connection as his sister Hattie married my great grandfather (four years after my great grandmother died). Thanks for your good work.
|David & Gail Ray||Mary Thacker Williams|
Thank You for all your help. Could you email us a copy of her death cert..
Have a great day
David & Gail
|Patricia Marburger||Fanne Bell McGinnis Beshell|
Here is obit for Frances Belle "Fannie" McGinnis Beshell buried oak Shade Cemetery, Cleveland, Liberty County, Texas.
Obituary - The Liberty Vindicator (Liberty, Texas) Thursday, 20 November 1942 Page 13
Constable's Mother Dies in Cleveland
CLEVELAND--Mrs. Bell Beshell, 89, a resident here 55 years and mother of Fred Beshell of Cleveland, constable of Precinct 6, died Friday at her hom at 12:45 p.m.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Calvary Baptist Churdh, with the Rev. G.L. Hodges, pastor, officiating. Burial was in Oak Shade Cemetery, Pace-Stancil directed.
Mrs. Beshell was born in Fayette County Jan. 22, 1863 and came to Cleveland 55 years ago with her family. Her husband, H.G. Beshell, died in 1937.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. J.P. Richards of Evergreen, Mrs. Bertha Brashear of Cleveland, and Mrs. Flora R. Foxworth of Galveston; two sons, Fred Beshell of Cleveland and O.H. Beshell of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Cannon of Waco, Mrs. J.L. Hennesy of Houston, and Mrs. Bertha Simmons of Kingsville; 27 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchldren.
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