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Lost Texas McKay family
Posted by: Nowell Didear (ID *****1108) Date: August 19, 2005 at 14:03:25
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For 2 years I've been hunting for descendants of 1) John Noble McKay (Methodist minister in TX, AR, Mexico and possibly OK), b. 8 Jan 1882 in Smith Co TX, d. 20 Feb 1971 in Kyle, Hays Co TX, m. Nona McCarley 12 Jun 1916 in Dimmit Co TX; and 2) Nona McCarley, b. 23 Nov 1891 in Red River Co TX, d. 8 Dec 1976 in Bexar Co, TX.

Children:
1) John Noble McKay.
2) Melbabeth "Melba" McKay, b. around 1915 and last living in Tulsa OK.
3) Donalynn McKay, b. 4 May 1919 in Edwards Co TX, d. 29 Nov 1980 in Bexar Co TX, m. Leon King Hall, and had 2 sons - Leon King Hall, Jr., b. 8 Nov 1944 in Bexar Co TX, and John Noble Hall, b. 28 Apr 1948 in Bexar Co TX.
4) Edwin Noble McKay, b. 8 Dec 1931, d. 19 Sep 2004, m. Mary Beth Smith, lived in MS at some point before 1951, living at time of death in New Braunfels, Comal Co TX - had 1 son Robert Murray McKay, b. 3 Mar 1927 in Uvalde Co TX, m. Barbara Ann Miller (they had a daughter Tracy Lynn McKay, b. 11 Jul 1962 in Williamson Co TX).

You wouldn't think that many people could have gone missing, but they have. Help!

Dege Didear



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