It is feasible that Durr is DOERR. I would need to do a surname research check on this.
I would like to consider sharing our information; however, I currently only have one DOERR in my family line.
Who do you have in your…"
"Found my ggrandparents in Mossy Grove, Lavaca County, Texas. James L. and Sarah O. Walker, J.L. deceased Nov 1879 and Sarah 23 June 1880. Her brother James L. Grizzard became guardian of their 7 children. They came to Texas from Morgan &…"
"Hi Sherry, Did I answer you back? I hope so. I was born in Houston & raised in Spring. I have many ancestors buried at Countyline Cemetery in Montgomery Co. If you have people buried there we are definately related. We have been traveling and my…"
"Hi James, I don't have my Millers back that far, I know they were in Alabama before Texas but that's it. My John Thomas Miller's father James L. Miller b. in Alabama as far as I remember need my info in front of me, I'm in the…"
"Glenn LACY Woollen of Winston-Salem was a kinsman. My Millers were early Germans from Cabarrus and Rowan Cos., N.C. My John Cyrus Miller's (1811-1893) brother, Frederick Haro Miller, removed to the Republic of Texas. Our "Haro" is not…"
Hi All, I forgot to ;mention that my great Aunt Willie (King) Reaves, had a father who was also a Minister. His name was Rev. Joe Pealer King. He preached in & aound Montgomery Co., Texas for many years. Also they were from Victoria originally so he must have preached there also. Anyone connected to this line, I would certainly love to know more about his ancestry. Thanks, Lillian firstname.lastname@example.org
"Thanks Sherry, I found the button to join the group. I also was born in Houston, & raised in Spring, Texas. If this is your native stomping ground, we are probably cousins one way or another. What surnames are you researching? My main ones are…"
"Hi All, I was born & raised in Houston & vacinity. I have relatives all over southeast Texas. Surnames I am researching from that area are BARRET, HANNA, MCADAMS, MILLER, WALKER, HABERLIE, SIMMONS, TANNER, COLLINS, & REAVES. Anyone also…"
"Hi All, I have a 3x great grandmother who was at least partly Native American, my problem is she died in childbirth to my 2x great grandfather, James Clayborne Simmons, and no one seems to know her name. She was married to Lacy J. Simmons probably…"
"Hi all, Am very excited to find this group. I have two known preachers in my family tree. the Rev. Lacy J. Simmons, primitive baptist Ga, Fla. and Rev. John Tanner, Jr. Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, & Missouri. I also have several…"
There are some distant cousins buried in the old Security Cem but not sure about Countyline. Don't worry about the time in answering...I have so many irons in the fire, I am branding myself! Have a wonderful Christmas and I hope your computer comes back up.
Glenn LACY Woollen of Winston-Salem was a kinsman. My Millers were early Germans from Cabarrus and Rowan Cos., N.C. My John Cyrus Miller's (1811-1893) brother, Frederick Haro Miller, removed to the Republic of Texas. Our "Haro" is not the more frequent Spanish, but less common Prussian/German family. I'm interested in the mid-1700's Batts family connection to my James family near Wilmington, N.C.
All the surnames I am researching are listed on my page, I was born in Texas, raised in Beaumont and Houston, and now live near Spring. I noticed we have ancestors from many of the same states but it would depend on the counties. So many people came to Texas from the southern states.
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