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Tongue Point Naval Base (historical)
A Military in Clatsop, Oregon
"Hello, I am ALSO trying to find out information about Tounge Point Navel Station, tounge point Oregon. I was born in the infermary there in 1955."

Finley Branch
A Stream in Nacogdoches, Texas
Finley Branch is nacogdoches county,Texas. Its between Press road and FM 1275.It runs by the old TUBBE Family homestead. It used to be water used to turn the old Tubbe Mill back in 1800's. It was named after George W. Finley. I have a warranty deed that shows where george w. finley bought land from my grear-great grandpa in 1854. my G-G-Grandpa was Jacob Lewis. The branch runs along an old abandoned railroad bed. My dad and UNCLES and all the Tubbe family used to go hunting along the branch in Angelina River bottom. R.L.L.

Hackney Creek Cemetery
A Cemetery in Pike, Kentucky
My grandparents, parents, sister, aunts, uncles, great uncle, and many cousins are buried at the Hackney Cemetery, on findagrave web site is a picture of my parents stone Harve and Dorothy Dotson Hackney, they were the parents of 6 children Wilfred Gerald Hackney deceased Oct. 1990. Anita Dolores Hackney Cavins Harvel. deceased March 2006, Buford G. Hackney (murdered) deceased 1970 living at this time are Carolyn Hackney Taylor, Ronald Morris Hackney, and Dale Hackney up the mountain from this cemetery is another cemetery name un-known and so grown up would be hard to locate I recall 2 persons graves there the parents of Hassel Belcher, I think his father's name may have been Greely Belcher????unsure of his wife's name.

Flamingo Bay
A Populated Place in Lee, Florida
IS THEIR ANY RECORD OF THE ORIGANEL OWNER WHO STARTED THIS BACK IN THE MID TO LATE 50'S. I was In the area back then and it still brings back many fond memories.


McKinney Bayou
A Stream in Miller, Arkansas
I lived on a section of McKinney Bayou as a teenager in the early 1950s. My family had a combination farm/ranch of sorts, and the bayou ran along or through the southern edge of our property, about four miles from the Red River. OuUrs was the last of the hill land; the bayou _ a combination regular stream and drainage ditch as I recall _ marked the edge of the black gumbo-like bottom land deposited by the river over a long time. An acreage _perhaps 80 acres if memory serves _ of our land were on the southern side of the bayou. That land was populated by scrub, sweet gum and cypress. It was considered unusable. There was no point in clearing that land because during part of the year, it regularly flooded to a depth of about half a foot. We fished the stream for catfish. An old iron bridge (McKinney Bridge) crossed the stream on what then was a gravel road that ran along the eastern edge of our land. The bridge was narrow and had a low load limit, which in turn limited the traffic that could use that road. Ours was the last property (on that side of the road) in the Genoa Central School District; the southern side of the bayou was oriented toward Garland, Ark. Along the road between the bayou and Garland were periodic shotgun-type simply and dilapidated white houses that originally housed cotton field workers. I vaguely seem to remember there was an old mansion of sorts near the bayou on that southern side.

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