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Thanks to the folks at RecordClick for sharing this site for our consideration. If you would like to comment after checking it out, let us know what you think. Also, you can contact RecordClick at recordclick.seo@gmail.com to let them know what you think of the site. We are adding this to our links page.

Re: Willingham Query

Ann Mary Warren Hearon Willingham obituary located in our (Obituary) Book W # 2, request was on February 26, 2013. It was located by myself, Dorothy Harbin and copy forwarded to Elaine Shelton for her personal use. This request was done prior to March 10, 2013 at no cost to her. Ms. Shelton was very appreciative for having received this copy by mail.

Thanks to Dorothy  for helping this researcher and sharing the results for the Bulletin.

Query: Bradley

I am seeking a newspaper article that may give the circumstances and complete death date of William David Bradley, Sr. who was supposedly killed in a gun fight in May 1902 possibly around Mineola, TX. I know that his family was listed on the 1900 Van Zandt County, TX., census. I would appreciate any help or suggestions in solving this mystery.
Thanks so much,
Joyce R. Bradley <links2ms@hotmail.com>

Query: Rushing

I am trying to find a marriage record for a RUSHING, male first name unknown, to a HORN, NAOMA/NAOMI. This marriage would have been around 1921. Could you please tell me if the Wood County marriages are online anywhere?
Thank you,
Ruby Wallace <rg1935@vzinet.com>

Query: Hood

I am looking for cemetery info and confirmation of date death of William Berry Hood and both 1st (Sarah Ann Orr Hood) and 2nd wife Lillian Johnson Hood.
William Berry Hood born 1847 Georgia, died? 1922 Wood County
Sarah Ann Orr Hood, born Georgia, died? 1880 Wood County
Lillian Johnson Hood unknown, believed married William 1881 in Wood County.
William, Sarah and children in 1880 census living in Wood County, nothing after however.
Many family members buried at Maple Springs Cemetery outside Newsome however on recent trip could not find these folks.
Thank you for any help.
David Hicks <dbhicks777@tx.rr.com>

Aid for Finding Discussion Groups

GenerousGenealogists has added another “service” to help with your genealogy research. On our home page we offer links to active, helpful genealogy discussion groups. Should you know of others that you believe we ought to list, please submit them to me directly, off list. (genealogy@many-roads.com)http://generousgenealogists.com/
Thanks to Mark Rabideau and Shirley Patrick for sharing this with us.

Mocavo News: A Young Genealogist’s Discovery Surprises Etymologists, Debunking Genealogy Myths & New Moca vo Learning Center

If you haven’t investigated Mocavo.com, you should give it a look. Here’s a recent email (actually an image of part of an email) that I received because I am a subscriber and asked to be notified of certain search names that Mocavo searches for me while I’m off at Peralta’s or other fun places.

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