SURNAMES: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
- BARRETT, HENDRIX, LINDSEY, MOORE posted by Melaney M. Dodson on Sunday, January 26, 1997
- I would like to submit the following surnames. I also have a web site at http://www.cdlr.tamu.edu/mmdhome/index.htm with a LOT of information about Liberty and Hardin counties. I was raised in Dayton. HENDRIX, LINDSEY, BARRETT, MOORE
- MOORE posted by Geogia Webb Owens on Monday, March 3, 1997
- Am searching for Hillary MOORE listed on the 1860 census on p. 348, p.o. Hardin, age 39, born in NC, sheriff of Hardin county. Any help appreciated.
- MORRIS, PALMER, PERKINS, WEBB posted by Doris Webb Dunn on Tuesday, March 11, 1997
- I am researching my father's family with the surnames WEBB, PALMER, PERKINS and MORRIS and would like to correspond with anyone that may help. Many of my ancestors are buried at Geudry Cemetary near Batson. Any information would be appreciated.
- BURTON, EMMONS, HOOKS, LYON posted by Thomas Emmons on Sunday, March 16, 1997
- Looking for any info you may have on Elizabeth Rebecca HOOKS, b.14 Nov 1868, married John E. BURTON 23 Mar 1890 in Hardin Co. She was the daughter of Middleton ("Met") HOOKS & Appolonia LYON, who also married in Hardin Co. I'm Thomas EMMONS, son of Donald EMMONS, son of Blanch Beatrice BURTON, daughter of John E. BURTON & Elizabeth Rebecca HOOKS. Many thanks!
- HERRINGTON, HOOKS posted by Tom Blackwell on Monday, March 17, 1997
- I have a HOOKS in my HERRINGTON family line -- Rufus Hooks married Nitis Kiron HERRINGTON; I know that they had a son, Rufus Jr., but I have little else on that family. Does this tie into your line?
- GOINS posted by Doris Webb Dunn on Sunday, March 23, 1997
- My gggrandfather Absolum PERKINs and gggrandmother Annestine GOINS lived in and around the county during the 1840's. would like to correspondend with anyone researching those names.
- HARDIN posted by Patricia Hardin on Wednesday, March 26, 1997
- I am trying to search the history of my ancestors. My last name is HARDIN. My father is from Oklahoma, but his family is from Texas. I would like any information about William HARDIN, Hardin County's founder. Thank you for your assistance.
- EVANS posted by Debbie Foley on Thursday, April 24, 1997
- Looking for Richard EVANS. He was in Hardin County Texas from about 1860 to 1899 when he died. He and his brother, Jackson EVANS, worked on roads in Hardin County. I am searching for more information on their siblings or parents!! Thanks
- LANGSTON, LYON posted by Robert Langston ,MD on Friday, May 2, 1997
- My grandfather and grandmother were married in Hardin County: J. M. LANGSTON and Lillie LYON on June 18, 1891 per the Marriage Record index for the county during this period.
- BASS, DOSIER, EVANS, YOUNGER posted by John L. Bass on Sunday, May 18, 1997
- I am reasearching the following names in Hardin County: BASS in Sourlake, DOSIER in Grayburg, EVANS in Grayburg. I am looking for the following in the BASS Family: Sarah Ann YOUNGER BASS. She was living in Sourlake in the 1920 census with 2 of her sons.
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