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many airports in rural areas are for mostly either crop dusters or for
retired Military pilpts who relax with a little flying, like
McGregor or Hillsboro airport. Now, please someone confirm identity of
a Dublin family for me- I think I know, but cammot find my records on it.
LEE RICE,was a Black man who ran the Dr. Malloy (Or Craigwall?) Ranch
in Chalk Mountain Coming from Chalk Mountain to Stephenville or Hico
there is or was a tall concrete silo between te Road forks on a ranch
owned by a Stephenville Doctor. In 1940's Lee lived in a nicer house
than most near the silo and he hired local boys to help fill the silo
with feed uring the summer. He was always first one there for
emergency livestock illness or injury. Lee was raised by a White man
with two sons near the age of Lee. Seems the man was leaving Alabama for
Dublin, and they visited Lee and his mom before leaving. She was dying,
so, after the burial, they brought Lee with them to Dublin and the boys
shared a bedroom. Lee used to bring coton to Johnsvi;lle Gin but
refused to gin ahead of a farmer's wife if she brought cotton to gin.
He said it was out of respect for the foster mother who raised him in
Duvblin area,just across the county line which had the Comanche County
Line which had a racial warning sign . Lee and some school trustee
cooked washpot bar B Q at school functions and played baseball with
us. He also came to night time plays who raised school money during
The first house in Stephenville was built by a Black man before Mr.
Stephen . Mr. Stephen built near him . Several of of us farm families
had their beef killed ad packaged in that area of Stephenville for
Stephenville Locker Boxes before we had deep freezers or electricity.
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Thank you to all who sent replies to my query. I hope to be able to find these graves when I am in Dublin.
I have always said that people who love genealogy are some of the most generous people in the world.
I am trying to locate the burial places for Thomas Green Bays and Amanda Caroline Bays. They are my husband’s great grandparents. My mother-in-law told me that they were buried in “The Old Dublin Cemetery”. I cannot determine which Cemetery that is. Thomas was born May 1, 1838 and died December 10, 1924. Amanda was born November 22, 1848 and died April 9, 1915. Their daughter, Carrie Belle Wyatt is also buried in the same cemetery but in a different section. Carrie was born June 15, 1882 and died February 4, 1949. She is buried beside her husband, Levi Medford Wyatt. I am going to be in the area of Dublin in about 10 days and would love to be able to find these graves and take pictures. I believe that there are addirional burials around Thomas and Amanda of several infant children born to them. I would appreciate any help.
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