The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 7, July 1903 - April, 1904 Page: 222
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222 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
many years in Columbus, and afterwards at Sabine Pass, where he -was
married to Mrs. Delia Parsons. He came to Luling in November, 1879,
and conducted a lumber business until 1883, when he and R. J. Parsons
formed a partnership in the general mercantile business.
His mother, four sisters and four brothers survive him.
'Uncle Tom' will be missed by his U. C. V. comrades, his many friends
and sorrowing relatives; but he has gone to his never-ending home, where
sickness, sorrow, pain or woe cannot enter.
/ A FRIEND.
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