From Craig Manson at GeneaBlogie:
Graig says "I started this with a note on Facebook and it was suggested that it would make a good meme for bloggers. The idea is to publicize your surnames and locales to see if anyone else knows something about them."
Craig says to "List the surnames you are researching and the general localities. Then tell the names of your “Most Wanted Ancestors,” that is, the ones you most want to find behind that brick wall. (You can tag people if you want; I’ve chosen not to do that here so that all readers are included). Let’s see your lists; maybe we can each help someone out!"
So I have added the surnames that are most directly related to me that I am researching. I also took Thomas MacEntee's lead at Destination: Austin Family when he said "I have been "particular with the formatting of the information below and use ________ Surname hoping this will allow more people using Google and other search engines to find my post. Also I am using _______ County for the same reasons." Thank you, Craig and Thomas, for such good suggestions.
Surnames of Judith Richards Shubert
HOMSLEY (HOMESLEY) Surname:
The two ancestors I would really, really like to find are my great-great-grandparents, C. Richard Puckett and Polly Brooks Puckett. Many of us have been searching for their place of burial for several years. Richard was born in 1826 in either Indiana or Kentucky. He died around 1901 probably in Hunt County, Texas. My grandmother said his father's name was Bill. Polly was born around 1836 probably in Jasper County, Texas and died between 1900 - 1907 in Hunt County, Texas.
The 1900 Hunt County, Texas Census, Precinct 3 lists Polly (Mary) in the home of one of her sons and daughter-in-laws, Charles Rufus Puckett and Lula Bennett Puckett as a widow. This was in the later days of her life. This might indicate that she is buried in Hunt County. This research was done and given to me by a 3rd cousin, Rita Rascoe Jones, of Sabine Parish, Louisiana.
Maybe this post will find its way to someone who can help us with this puzzling piece of my history!