RE: Jim Fullilove Thanks for responding! I'm so glad to hear that. If there were no plans that you knew of, I was going to try to get something going here myself. We would not have been able to match his wife's, but we would have done something. He was too important to us here to go without a headstone.
Jim Fullilove I would like to fulfill your request for Jim Fullilove's headstone. Do you know the approximate area of the cemetery where he and his wife were laid to rest? If you or another family member could tell me which quarter (or smaller) area of the cemetery to look in it would really help. Thanks!
China Black It is wonderful that you maintain this site. My 4th ggrandmother was China Ross Black. Do you have any other information about her. I know that she was married to William Black and they lived for a time at Black's Fort in Williamson County. I believe that she was living in Round Rock, Texas at the time of her death in 1900, at 607 E. Main street in a home which is still standing, but in poor condition. Thank you, Dinah Daugherty