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Re: Pass in Texas ceme.
Posted by: William D. Hammond Date: August 30, 2001 at 01:52:34
In Reply to: Pass in Texas ceme. by F E Cross of 292

Thanks! This child belongs to my Pass family line. His Pass ancestors are beginning with parents:
Thomas Y.L.B.B. Pass & Eliza (maiden name unknown); John Abner Pass & Judith Buckner; Holloway Pass & Kaziah Robinson; Nathaniel Pass (Sr.) & Alsey McGinnis Holloway.

In 1850, Thomas was shown as age 25, born nia, living with Ann Johnson Pass Dearing and family in Washington County, Arkansas. 1870 Collins County, Texas census shows Thomas,age 45, born Virginia, working in a grist mill. Living next to him was William Jordon and in this household, was Olive Pass, age 8 born Arkansas. 1880 Washington County, Arkansas census shows Ollie G. Pass, age 16 born Arkansas as a niece in the houseehold of John & Mary Jane Pass Mayberry. 1880 Denton County,Texas census shows Thomas, age 55, born Virginia with wife Liza, age 30, born Texas and children James, Minnie, Mary and Catherine who were born in Texas.
-Bill Hammond (4-great grandson of Nathaniel Pass)


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