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Re: John Donoho/Donohoo/Donahoe/Donaho-TX
Posted by: Jessica Johnson (ID *****5407) Date: April 03, 2007 at 12:34:55
In Reply to: Re: John Donoho/Donohoo/Donahoe/Donaho-TX by Ed Donaho of 124

You have more info than I. I had seen the notations for the landgrants and was advised to write to the Land Office - am awaiting a response. Interesting about the other being unclaimed! In the 1880 San Patricio census, I have found John Donahue and family - he was 60 at the time, which could make him John Donaho/Donahue's son. It lists my ggggrandfather, Patrick and other children - one being a Michael. Through my research, I have found that they liked to name after family - maybe the "M" is for Michael? Will let you know of info the state sends me. What is your connection? Did you start researching because of your name?


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