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    • 1942 - 1945 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1949 - 1952 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Documents; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1933 - 1936 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Documents; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • 1945 - 1948 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • Bone Letter, March 30, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: health of the regiment is better, all sorts of rumors are circulating as to where they will be sent, he has not been and does not know when he will be paid, the Chief Surgeon has left because he is disliked,...
    • Bone Letter, September 2, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life
    • Arkadelphia. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is hearing encouraging news from the seat of war that the Confederates are winning battles and capturing prisoners and forts, their military post is self-sufficient--little Negro boys make cartridges...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 19

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in it's city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • 1920-1924 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Business & finance; Physicians
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • Bone Letter, February 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: many sick in camp, saddened by the Confederate defeat at Roanoke Island but gladdened by another victory at Fort Donelson, everyone in camp admired the gray Jeans she made and want some, he is extremely busy with...
    • Bone Letter, December 7, 1861

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: Galveston vacated by General Hebert causing great excitement, requests a Bible and another suit of clothes and his case of instruments
    • Nacogdoches County Death Index, 1903-1917

    • Dead persons; Death certificates; Records (Information)
    • The records include the following information: number; date of record and date of report; name, race, sex, age of deceased; nativity (where born); residence (alien or citizen); date of death; place of death; cause of death; name and address of...
    • Bone Letter, November 16, 1861

    • Correspondence; Railroads; Travel; Military life; Civil War
    • Hemstead, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: amazement at vastness of prairies, traveling by rail, absence of males in towns, patriotic feelings of friendly hostesses, religious services, military funeral, scarcity of quinine.
    • Bone Letter, December 22, 1861

    • Correspondence; Health; Military life; Soldiers; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Dr. Bone to Minerva: his health, the health of acquaintances in his camp, health problems encountered--typhoid fever, sore legs, Catarrhal fever, colds--assures her that in spite of what she hears they have plenty to eat and are well...

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