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Re: Samuel Traylor 1880 Burnet Co, TX Census
Posted by: Douglas Traylor (ID *****5627) Date: December 11, 2003 at 15:30:22
In Reply to: Samuel Traylor 1880 Burnet Co, TX Census by Patsy Jackson of 895

Patsy, Doug Traylor here, Somerville, TX. I recently visited my elderly uncle, Jennings D. Traylor in Del Rio TX. He told me of a Dr. Samuel Traylor, his uncle who spent time in Mexico, sold guns to Pancho Villa.
Three years ago while visiting art galleries at El Mercado in San Antonio, I saw a painting of Pancho Villa and his staff, there was a anglo wearing a doctors type vest and he looked a LOT like my uncle and myself.
I had heard this name before, some 25 years ago, and had read it in a museum either in Burnet or Boerne TX, not sure which. I was not that interested in the family genealogy at the time.
Please feel free t contact me off the forum at Doug.Traylor@Texasbb.com. The painting really caught my interest, but it was over $300 and too rich for my pocket book at the time.
Hope you get this message. Doug Traylor son of Terry Edward Traylor , lots of relatives in Texas


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