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Re: DANIELL GRAVES FOUND IN TX
Posted by: Evelyn A. Rainwater (ID *****3972) Date: July 02, 2004 at 07:10:28
In Reply to: DANIELL GRAVES FOUND IN TX by MELODY FARRAR of 587

Melody,

I know we have a George Atlas Daniell in the family history
book, but I am not like my mother, I can not go right to the
page to the name. I will research the information and get
it back to you. There was a Daniell family that moved to
Texas in about the 1800's I think!

If you can find a copy of Forrest Daniell's books that I
believe he had put in the library (I don't know which one)
in Texas, that might help you faster because he did the
information on the line that moved out to Texas and sent a
lot of the information to my mother when she started working
on the Daniell Family History.

I'll get back with you, or you can me.

Evelyn A. Rainwater


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