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Photo #53032

Last Name: Morrow

First Name : Nancy

Middle Name: Mahala

Subject's City: Huntsville

Subject's State: TX

Subject's County: Walker County

Subject's Country: United States



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Nee: Hallmark

Type** : B&W

Comments: Nancy Mahala Morrow (Nee: Hallmark) | Huntsville TX United States | | Comments: Nancy Mahala Hallmark Morrow was the daughter of David Mynott Hallmark and Elizabeth A. Pruett. She was born February 11, 1860 in Houston County, Texas. She married Allan E. Morrow about 1877 in Houston County, Texas. They had a "Mom & Pop type store" My grandmother, Mamie Eaves Paulson remembered her as "Granny Morrow" Said she was a short little lady. She would take her fishing every day when she was pregnant with my dad Leonard Royals Paulson and walk her up and down the creek banks. She passed away December 7, 1942 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas.

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