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Re: Frances V. Crenshaw - Questions

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  • texasjoe43
    Thank you, yes, there are plenty of Crenshaws, but I could not find Frances there. I do appreciate it. joe ... Crenshaws in both of them while researching
    Message 1 of 3 , May 30, 2007
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      Thank you, yes, there are plenty of Crenshaws, but I could not find
      Frances there. I do appreciate it.
      joe


      --- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "pfoster" <pfosterbmt@...> wrote:
      >
      > Google Brazos County Cemetaries Texas You will see a heading:
      > Brazos County Cemetaries
      > Sub-Heading: Tombstone Inscription Project
      >
      > Under Peach Creek Cemetary there are 2 inventory list and I found
      Crenshaws in both of them while researching another family.
      >
      > paulasmaggie
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: texasjoe43
      > To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 3:01 PM
      > Subject: [TexasCzechs] Frances V. Crenshaw - Questions
      >
      >
      > According to the Social Security Death Index, Frances V.
      Crenshaw,
      > born 2 Dec 1892 died in May 1977 with a last known residence in
      Moody,
      > McLennan Co, TX. The Texas Death Index sets death date as 15 May
      > 1977. I believe this to be the dau of John Vanek and Veronica
      Kulak.
      > In the 1900 census she is enumerated with her family with a
      birth date
      > of Dec 1892. Obituaries for two of her siblings include Mrs.
      Frances
      > Crenshaw of Moody as a survivor. What Crenshaw did she marry?
      Did
      > they have any children?
      > On 4 Jan 1922 a marriage license was issued to Francis Vanek and
      M. T.
      > Coffer. I believe they were married at St. Mary's in West. In
      1930,
      > Frances is enumerated with her parents as Frances Cofer with two
      > children, Edvin (Jack?) age 7 and Lucile (Lucy) age 5. What
      happened
      > to Edvin and Lucille? What happened to M. T. Coffer?
      > I checked the Waco paper on microfilm for a week or so after her
      death
      > date but could find no obit. Guess I could have missed it. As of
      May
      > 15 the death certificate passed the 50 year mark and may be
      accessible.
      > Any help would be appreciated.
      > Joe David
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