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Thomas Milton Dendy, 1900-1920 in Texas
Posted by: Martha Abbott (ID *****7528) Date: February 25, 2009 at 21:07:35
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Thomas Milton Dendy, born Oct. 1877 d. Nov. 1957) is my grandfather. Sometime between 1900-1919, he lost an arm in a sawmill accident. I don't know which town it was but I do know that during some of that time period he lived in San Saba, Texas. He is also supposed to have taught at school sometime doing this time period. What I'd like to know is what town and what sawmill and the date he lost his arm. I would also like to know what school he taught at and the dates. I've tried looking up sawmill accidents and teachers in this time period in Texas, but so far, I haven't had any answers. Maybe, I'm just not looking in the right place. Also, I was told that at one time, he was a Mason. Does anyone know how I can find out when and where? If anyone knows of any newspaper clippings concerning this, please let me know. Thank you very much for your help. My mom is 85 and she would also like to know. She says that grandpa was not a very talkative person and she knows little of his background. Martha


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