Articles in History and Obituaries

Mildred Sims

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Mildred Pittman Sims was born February 28, 1937 in Gonzales County, Texas to the union of Jodie Pittman and Helen Davis Pittman. Mildred was the eighth of nine children. She attended public schools in Gonzales County and graduated from Edwards H. S.... Read full article

Vanessa Bernice Antwine

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Vanessa Bernice Antwine was born on February 3, 1960 in Houston, Texas to George Erwin and Marion Boatwright. She was adopted at an early age by Fernando & Bernice Taylor of San Antonio, Texas. She attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Schoo... Read full article

Burnett Grant

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Burnett (Shang) Grant was born on 12 January 1928 to John White Grant and Leola Dora (Sorrell) Grant in Fayette County, Texas. He attended school in La Grange, Texas and later moved to San Antonio where he completed vocational training at St. Philips... Read full article

Fannie Gray

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Fannie L. Gray, affectionally known as “Pete”, was born July 24, 1926, in Fentress, Texas to Bobby Vernal Gray and Jessie Viola Armstrong Gray. Fannie was preceded in death by her parents and sisters; Anna Kate Wilson, Corine L. Banks, and Tommie L. ... Read full article

William Tricksey

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William (Bill) C. Tricksey was born to Rosa Lee Tucker and Nathaniel Tricksey, Sr. on April 6, 1938 in Selma, Alabama.  His mother died when he was a young boy, so he was reared by his grandparents, Lulu Goodman and Arthur Harris. He also lived with ... Read full article

Martha Ann Delley

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Martha Ann Delley left us on June 9, 2020 at the age of 88 with her family by her side in Houston, Texas. Martha was born May 25, 1931 in Caldwell, county to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mosley Sr. Her parents raised Martha, their 4th born, along with her... Read full article

Black Leprechaun / St. Patrick chased out African (Snakes) from Irleand

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It is the Twa that St. Patrick “chased out of Ireland”. The story of the holiday is actually a veiled attempt to cover up genocide, as St. Patrick lead the charge to hunt these men and women down to kill them.... Read full article


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