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Clementina Bartlett
(1815-1907)
And Some of Her Descendants

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Clementina Bartlett Millett

Mrs. Clementina Millett's signature
Above is her signature as it appeared on an 1899 application
for a pension to veterans of the Texas Revolution

Generation One

1. Clementina BARTLETT (pictured above--photo courtesy of Jill Moody Maninger Ayling), third daughter and fourth child of Jesse BARTLETT and Frances CALLAWAY,  was born on 29 Dec 1815 in Knox County, Tennessee.1,2,2a She married Samuel L. MILLETT on 17 Jan 1833.3,3a She was about nine years old when the family moved from Tennessee to Illinois and turned sixteen about when they arrived in Texas in late 1831.3b She died on 1 Feb 1907 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, at age 91.4 She was buried in City Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.5

To read obituaries of Clementina Bartlett Millett, which give some details of pioneer life, click here

To read her reminiscences, "Memories of Pioneer Days," as printed in the Houston [Texas] Chronicle in November 1905, click here

Samuel L. MILLETT was born on 6 Apr 1801 in Norway, Oxford County, Maine.6 He died on 11 Nov 1863 in Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas, at age 62.6a He was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas.7 He graduated from Bowdoin College in Maine7a and came to Texas in Apr 1831,7b was granted land in Austin's second colony on 20 Apr 1832, and was at the Battle of San Jacinto on 21 Apr 1836 as part of Mosely Baker's Company D of the First Regiment.8,9 He became a school teacher, at $400 a year.9a  Decades later a former student remembered: "In 1835, Samuel Millett, originally from Maine, taught school for six months in Kennard's Prairie, five miles from our home.  I was one of his pupils and boarded with the teacher.  This was the longest term of my schooling.  During this time I studied only English grammar and geography with short lessons in John Walker's Dictionary.  I used Lindley Murray's English Grammar and John Adams' Geography.   These two books were doubtless the best of their kind that had ever been published.   The geography and its accompanying atlas were separate volumes, and the maps, showing the natural division by watercourses, were far preferable to those now published [circa 1910-13], which nearly obliterate the courses of streams by giving the chief prominence to railroad lines.  Geography, as then taught, was an indispensible [sic] adjunct to the study of history."9b

To read a biography of Samuel L. Millett, click on his name above or click here

Children of Clementina BARTLETT and Samuel L. MILLETT were:

Leonidas Millett


Generation Two

4. Eugene Bartlett MILLETT (Clementina BARTLETT) was born on 25 Apr 1838 in Washington County, Texas.29 He married Ida Mabel Burtner on 6 Sep 1876 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.30 He died on 18 Oct 1916 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, at age 78.31,32 In 1855 he served about a month as a third sergeant in a Texas Rangers company commanded by Nat Benton that participated in a pursuit of Indians into Mexico. In the Civil War he served in Company B, 32nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry. After the war he joined brothers Alonzo and Hiram in ranching in Texas and Kansas. In 1903 he was living in Pomona, Kansas and described himself as a livestock dealer weighing about 160 pounds and being about five feet and seven inches tall. He was living in Laguna, New Mexico in 1913. In 1915 he appeared to be living at Kanapolis, Kansas, apart from his wife, who lived in Kansas City and whom he described as being "devoted to Mrs. Eddy's cult," presumably referring to Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science.33,34

To read an article about Eugene Bartlett Millett and the cattle business, click here

To read another article about Eugene Bartlett Millett and the cattle business, click here

Ida Mabel BURTNER was born on 25 Apr 1858 in Muscatine, Muscatine County, Iowa.35

Children of Eugene Bartlett MILLETT and Ida Mabel BURTNER were:

Mary Millett Lane

5. Mary Bartlett MILLETT (Clementina BARTLETT) (pictured above, at about age 63, and in a fuller view on a separate page--photos courtesy of Jill Moody Maninger Ayling) was born on 20 Jan 1839.39,40,41 She married Ellsberry Richard LANE on 3 Sep 1861 in Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas.42,43,44,45 She died on 30 Sep 1916 in Millett, La Salle County, Texas, at age 77.46,47,48,49

To read an obituary of Mary Millett Lane, click on her name above or click here

Ellsberry Richard LANE was born on 6 Jul 1840 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.50,51,52 He died on 19 Aug 1904 in Laurafield Ranch, La Salle County, Texas (near Millett), at age 64.53,54,55 He was buried in Anchor Lodge, Masonic Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.56,57,58 He moved with his father to Missouri and then, in 1852, to Goliad, Texas. He graduated from Bastrop (Texas) Military Institute in 1860, served in the Confederate Army, was a lawyer and district attorney, was elected to the Texas Senate in 1878 for a four-year term, and later served as judge of the 36th Judicial District of Texas for nine months by appointment by Gov. Sayers. He and his brother-in-law, Alonzo Millett, established the Millett and Lane Cattle Company in La Salle County, Texas in 1881, with headquarters at Cibolo Station, Texas, which later became known as Millett, Texas, but he devoted much of his time to practicing law in San Antonio while Alonzo lived at the ranch. A newspaper story about him when he was in his mid-forties described him as "about 6 ft. 2 in., very slim, straight as an Indian (and it might be added as black and swarthy as a Comanche), with piercing eyes, straight black hair, and very dignified in appearance on the street." It continued: "He is a native cowboy, delights in having it known; a lawyer by profession, somewhat of a politician and an exceedingly shrewd and adroit opponent in debate." Judge Lane died of a ruptured appendix at the Laurafield Ranch near Millett. From his obituary in the San Antonio Semi-weekly Express: "Col. Lane was a gentleman of the old school--a man of splendid prensence [sic], reserved manner and dignified bearing, but courteous at all times. He was positive in his convictions and stern in his judgements [sic], but withal exercised a broad liberality toward the opinions of others. Generosity was a part of his nature, and devotion to his friends a dominant characteristic. As a lawyer he had a [sic] few superiors. His knowledge of the principles of jurisprudence was accurate and his mind was trained in the stern logic of the law. His client's causes became his own, an [sic] though fair in debate there was a zeal thrown into his work which accounted for much of the distinction at the bar which he enjoyed."59,60,61,62

To read obituaries of Ellsberry Richard Lane, click on his name above or click here

Children of Mary Bartlett MILLETT and Ellsberry Richard LANE were:

7. Alonzo MILLETT (Clementina BARTLETT) was born in Nov 1842.81 He married Colberta DAVIDSON. He died on 25 Feb 1907 in Colorado at age 64.82,83,84 He was buried in City Cemetery No. 1, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.85,86 He was Leonidas's twin and was reared in Seguin, Texas. He served in the Confederate Army, reaching the rank of captain. After the war he and brothers Eugene and Hiram ranched in Guadalupe County, Texas, then in Baylor County, then in Kansas, and in La Salle County, Texas. Their brother-in-law, Ellsberry Richard Lane, joined them in a ranching endeavor in northern La Salle County in 1881 that by 1884 had grown to 125,000 acres and employed sixty cowboys. The ranch's railroad stop, originally known as Cibolo Station, evolved into the town of Millett, and Alonzo was the first postmaster, serving from 1888 to 1901. He was living in Denver, Colorado in 1905 and died on his Colorado ranch in a fall from a horse.87,88,89

To read a biography of Alonzo Millett, click on his name above or click here

Colberta DAVIDSON was born in 1865.90 She died in Nov 1940.91 She was buried in City Cemetery No. 1, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.92,93 In a 1965 interview, a woman who was married in San Antonio in 1908 recalled that Colberta Millett sang at the wedding, that she was "not too tall, slightly heavy, with reddish hair" and was "a very interesting person and seemed to like people," and that she had heard that she enjoyed walking barefoot in the dew each morning.94  A 1960s survey of San Antonio's City Cemetery No. 1 stated that her stone was still standing in the Millett family plot, but a visitor to the plot in December 2003 was unable to find any markers.94a  

Children of Alonzo MILLETT and Colberta DAVIDSON were:


Generation Three

14. Harold Clifton LANE (Mary MILLETT, Clementina BARTLETT) was born on 18 Oct 1870.96 He married Aimee Bowie Fuller SMITH, daughter of Hon. Joseph Emerson SMITH and Amelia Margaret BOWIE, on 3 Feb 1903 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.97 He died on 15 Nov 1939 at age 69.98,99 He was buried in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.100

Aimee Bowie Fuller SMITH was born on 4 Jul 1881.101 She died on 5 Oct 1955 at age 74.102,103 She was buried in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.104

Children of Harold Clifton LANE and Aimee Bowie Fuller SMITH known to be deceased were:


Generation Four

20. Theodosia Alston ('Theo') LANE (Harold, Mary MILLETT, Clementina BARTLETT) was born on 2 Nov 1903.112,113 She married Theodore Edward ('Ted') MOFFETT, son of F. S. MOFFETT and Louella JACOBS, on 10 Oct 1922 in La Salle County, Texas (near Millett).114,115 She died on 9 Jan 1961 in Frio County, Texas, at age 57.116,117 She was buried in Covey Chapel Cemetery.118 They lived on a ranch about eight miles west of Millett, Texas.119

Theodore Edward ('Ted') MOFFETT was born on 15 Jul 1896.120,121 He died on 21 Jun 1941 in Frio County, Texas, at age 44.122,123 He was buried in Covey Chapel Cemetery.124

Children of Theodosia Alston ('Theo') LANE and Theodore Edward ('Ted') MOFFETT known to be deceased were:

23. Harold Clifton LANE Jr. (Harold, Mary MILLETT, Clementina BARTLETT) was born on 19 Oct 1914.130,131 He married _____ _____ on 31 May 1940 in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas.132 He married _____ _____.133,134 He died on 11 Nov 1963 in Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas, at age 49.135,136 He was buried in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.137

Children of Harold Clifton LANE Jr. known to be deceased were:


Sources 

1. Holy Bible (Philadelphia, Pa.: M. Carey & Son, 1817), p. 678 (giving only the date). This bible was originally owned by Jesse Bartlett and Frances Callaway Bartlett and was in the possession of Ruby Lynn Shelton, Rice, Tex., in 1974. On the flyleaf, believed to be in Jesse's hand, is "Jesse Bartlett his Book."
2. Supposition as to place, based on family's residence.
2a. One family history states that she was born on 31 Dec 1815. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history.
3. Bartlett-Callaway bible, above, p. 677.
3a. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history.  Lane (1838-1904) was married to Mary Bartlett Millett and wrote some brief, undated notes on her Bartlett and Millett ancestry. Bob and Carolyn Moffett provided a transcript to Roger Bartlett in 2000.
3b. Joseph C. Bartlett, letter to Gen. Robertson, 9 May 1873, "J. C. Bartlett 1873-76" folder, box 2H118, Texas Veterans' Association Papers, A-Fn, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. (stating that he arrived in Texas in December 1831; presumably sister Clementina and the rest of the family made the same trip).
4. Fort Worth Record, Fort Worth, Tex., 3 Feb 1907, p. 8, col. 7.
5. San Antonio Daily Express, San Antonio, Tex., 4 Feb 1907, p. 10, col. 5.
6. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history (stating that he was born in Maine).
6a. Grave marker, Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Texas (giving only the date).
7. Ibid., Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Texas.
7a. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history (stating that he graduated from Bowdoin College).
7b. One family history states that he came to Texas in 1827. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history.
8. Ibid., Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Texas (inscribed "He fought bravely in the Battle of San Jacinto"; also stating that he came to Texas in 1827).
9. Sam Houston Dixon and Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Heroes of San Jacinto (Houston, Tex.: The Anson Jones Press, 1932), pp. 179, 196.
9a. Ellsberry Richard Lane, notes on Bartlett family history.
9b. William Physick Zuber, My Eighty Years in Texas, ed. Janis Boyle Mayfield (Austin, Tex.: University of Texas Press, 1971), p. 39.
10. Bartlett-Callaway bible, above, p. 679.
11. Ibid., p. 680.
12. Ibid., p. 679.
13. Ibid., p. 680.
14. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
15. Ibid.
16. Stanley D. Casto and Eva M. Casto, comps. and eds., Settlers of the Millett Community 1881-1981 (n.p.: n.pub., 1981), p. 28 (stating that he ranched with his brothers and in 1905 was living in New Mexico).
17. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (stating that he was not married).
18. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above.
19. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year and place).
20. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving only the date).
21. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, pp. 22, 28 (stating that he was reared in Seguin and killed at the Battle of Gaines' Mill).
22. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (stating that he was not married).
23. Grave marker, Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Texas.
24. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above.
25. Grave marker, Riverside Cemetery, Seguin, Texas.
26. Ibid.
27. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (citing to "personal communication from George Francis Millett on Nov. 30, 1965").
28. Ibid.
29. Eugene B. Millett, pension file, no. 6259, National Archives, copy in "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
30. Ibid.
31. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (citing Confederate Veteran, Jun 1917).
32. Eugene B. Millett, pension file, no. 6259, above (but stating elsewhere in the file that he died on 18 Nov 1916).
33. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 28.
34. Eugene B. Millett, pension file, no. 6259, above.
35. Ibid.
36. Ibid. (but stating elsewhere in the file that she was born on 19 Jun 1878).
37. Eugene B. Millett, pension file, no. 6259, above.
38. Ibid.
39. Bartlett-Callaway bible, above, p. 679 (giving her name as Mary Millett).
40. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year).
41. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (stating that she was born in Jan 1839).
42. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year and place).
43. San Antonio Express, San Antonio, Tex., 2 Oct 1916 (obituary of Mary Millett Lane in vertical file on Mary Millett Lane in Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., not giving the date or place of marriage but describing her as the widow of "the late Judge Ellsberry R. Lane").
44. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible in possession of Mrs. Lane Moffett, Dilley, Tex., copied by Mrs. John Casto on 28 Dec 1965, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. (stating that he was from Goliad, Texas, that she was from Guadalupe County, Texas, and that they married "at Samuel Millett's" without further identifying the place).
45. Typewritten transcript of obituary of Col. E. R. Lane, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., attributed to San Antonio Semi-weekly Express, 23 Aug 1904 (giving only the date and the county).
46. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
47. San Antonio Daily Express, San Antonio, Tex., 2 Oct 1916 (obituary of Mary Millett Lane in vertical file on Mary Millett Lane in Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex.).
48. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
49. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving only the date).
50. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (stating that he was born in 1840 in Kentucky).
51. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
52. Typewritten transcript of obituary of Col. E. R. Lane (stating that he was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1838).
53. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year and place).
54. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
55. Typewritten transcript of obituary of Col. E. R. Lane (giving the date as Thursday evening, 18 Aug 1904).
56. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the city and not giving the date or cemetery).
57. San Antonio Daily Express, San Antonio, Tex., 2 Oct 1916 (obituary of Mary Millett Lane in vertical file on Mary Millett Lane in Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., stating that she was buried beside her husband in Anchor Lodge, Masonic Cemetery, San Antonio, Tex.).
58. Typewritten transcript of obituary of Col. E. R. Lane (giving only the date and stating that "interment will be made in the family burying plot").
59. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22.
60. Typewritten transcript of "Twelve Texas Millionaires," "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., attributed to Dallas Herald, 7 Feb 1884, p. 5, col. 1.
61. Typewritten transcript of biography of Ellsberry R. Lane, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., attributed to Texas Legislative Manual, 1879-80, p. 280.
62. Typewritten transcript of obituary of Col. E. R. Lane, above.
63. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22 (giving only the year).
64. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
65. Ibid.
66. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 22.
67. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
68. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving only the year from Dilley, Tex. cemetery records).
69. Ibid. (citing La Salle County, Tex., Index to Deaths, certificate no. 731).
70. Ibid. (giving Dilley, Tex. cemetery records).
71. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
72. Ibid.
73. Ibid.
74. Ibid.
75. Ibid.
76. Ibid.
77. Ibid.
78. Ibid.
79. Ibid.
80. Ibid.
81. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above.
82. Stanley D. Casto, "Millett, Texas," in The New Handbook of Texas (Austin, Tex.: Tex. State Hist. Ass'n, 1996), vol. 4, p. 745 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
83. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 28 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
84. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (citing The Cotulla [Tex.] Record, 2 Mar 1907.
85. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29.
86. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (stating that he was interred in San Antonio, Texas, citing The Cotulla [Tex.] Record, 2 Mar 1907.
87. Stanley D. Casto, "Millett, Texas," above.
88. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 28.
89. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (stating that he was a Confederate veteran, that he lived in La Salle County, Texas for many years and owned a ranch there, that Millett, Texas was named for him, and that he was killed on his Colorado ranch in a fall from his horse, citing The Cotulla [Tex.] Record, 2 Mar 1907).
90. Ibid. (citing "record of burials by the city sexton," n.p., that she was buried on Nov. 11, 1940 at age 75).
91. Ibid. (citing "record of burials by the city sexton," n.p., that she was buried on Nov. 11, 1940).
92. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29 (giving the place but not the date).
93. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (citing "record of burials by the city sexton," n.p.: "The records for 1940 indicate that Mrs. Colberta D. Millett, age 75 years, was buried in City Cemetery # 1 Lot 53 Sec. A, in the plot purchased by A. Millett, on Nov. 11, 1940").
94. Typewritten summary of interview with Mrs. George Sanders, 8 Aug 1965, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
94a. John A. Stovall, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 1 Jan 2004.
95. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29.
96. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
97. Ibid.
98. Ibid.
99. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving Dilley, Tex. cemetery records).
100. Ibid.
101. Ibid.
102. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
103. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving Dilley, Tex. cemetery records).
104. Ibid.
105. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
106. Ibid.
107. Ibid.
108. Ibid.
109. Ibid.
110. Ibid.
111. Ibid.
112. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29 (giving only the date).
113. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
114. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29 (giving only the year and place).
115. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
116. Index to Texas Death Records (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics), 1961, vol. 2, p. 857, file 2297.
117. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
118. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29.
119. Ibid.
120. Ibid., p. 29 (giving only the year).
121. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
122. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1941-45 (vol. 8, p. 3683, file 27196.
123. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
124. Stanley D. Casto et al., Settlers of the Millett Community, above, p. 29.
125. Index to Texas Birth Records (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics), 1925, vol. 3, p. 1129, file 31800.
126. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, downloaded 24 Mar 1998 (giving only the date).
127. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
128. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
129. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 24 Mar 1998 (not naming the place of death but stating that he lived in Dilley, Texas when he died).
130. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
131. Obituary of Harold Clifton Lane, copy in "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, box 2.325/F50, Millett (Tex.) Collection, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. (citing The Dilley [Tex.] Herald, 13 Nov 1963).
132. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above.
133. Ibid.
134. Obituary of Harold Clifton Lane, above (naming Mildred Lane as his surviving spouse).
135. Handwritten transcript of Lane family bible, above (giving only the date).
136. Obituary of Harold Clifton Lane, above.
137. Ibid.
138. Undated notes, "Millett and Lane Family History" folder, above (giving Dilley, Tex. cemetery records).
139. Ibid.
140. Ibid.


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