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Month: January 2020

Dallas, 100 Years Ago

The Jewish monitor. (Fort Worth-Dallas, Tex.), 26 Nov. 1920. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89070104/1920-11-26/ed-1/seq-49/>

Marvin D. Love

Marvin Dan Love (Marvin D. Love Freeway – Highway 67 from the I-35 split to I-20) was a native Texan, born July 16, 1894 in Bell County.  His father died when he was five years old and he lived with his mother for a number of years.  Marvin served in the United States Navy in World War…
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Churches: Timeline for Church of the Incarnation

Church of the Incarnation, transcribed from its brochure: 1878 – The great missionary bishop Alexander Garrett founds Incarnation as a chapel of St. Matthew’s Cathedral, using money given to him to England and Ireland. 1886 – The chapel becomes a mission of the Diocese of Dallas. 1897 – The Rev. Edwin Wickens, as vicar, nurtures…
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Horton and Crestview Cemeteries

by Kathy Ann Reid – Interest is stirring in another two of the cemeteries that were on the DCPA Spring 2018Endangered List! Years ago Frances James (deceased) and a Horton descendant, Susanna Clark, worked on the cemeteries together. Susanna continues her interest, and a local descendant has enlisted with enthusiasm and energy. At this time…
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