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At this time HeadStones Genealogy is FREE to  use come check it out.

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We should be adding the GPS information for section O for the College Station Cemetery here soon and more. Happy Searching.

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Once again we were back at College Station Cemetery. We are going back through to get the up dates and GPS the graves.

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This is a video of the grounds of the cemetery. We took the photos in 2006. Hope you enjoy!!!

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May And June Up Dates For 2012

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Willis Cemetery In OK

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Free Family History Confrence

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Cemetery Clean Up Update

Thank you too all the Vollunteers that came out to help today.http://www.facebook.com/pages/HeadStones-Genealogy/143191105693724

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We have a group of people going out here in the Brazos Co TX this Saturday 12th to clean and take pictures of the cemeteries grounds and headstones. If you are in the area and would like to help out it will be starting at 11am at the fallowing cemeteries. 1. Steep Hollow Cemetery 2. Grand View Cemetery 3. Alexander Cemetery 4. Martin Prairie Cemetery. Should be adding pictures of the headstones and grounds to our web site soon after.

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The new THC Cemetery Preservation Guideline booklet can be downloaded directly
from the THC website. (www.thc.state.tx.us)

Also, if you have
history-teacher contacts in the local schools, I would like to share the
following timely news with them:

Henry

HISTORY CONTEST OPEN FOR
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
AUSTIN,Texas-The Friends of the Governor’s Mansion’s
annual history competition for high school students, “It’s Your History,” is now
underway. The Friends invite students to learn more about their Texas heritage
by creating a PowerPoint presentation about the history of their county. Winners
are selected in several categories, including Best Overall Project, Best Images
and Best Research. Texas Historical Commission staff assist in the judging of
the projects. Schools will receive $500 for each winning project. Students must
register by Nov. 9, 2011 and projects must be submitted by Dec. 14,
2011.

Friends of the Governor’s Mansion is a Texas non-profit
corporation. For more information about the contest and the Friends, visit the
Friends of the Governor’s Mansion website at http://www.txfgm.org/contest.

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