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Dedication of a Confederate Grave Marker
Dedication of a Confederate Grave Marker
The Dick Dowling Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will be hosting
this event to honor Elias Vansickle who fought in Company E, 10 Texas Cavalry.
Please bring your families and celebrate this soldier with us.
Please bring your lawn chairs for your comfort. And water will be provided.
 
 
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Descendants of Caleb Garrison, Sr. and his wife Sarah Fleming
Descendants of Caleb Garrison, Sr. and his wife Sarah Fleming
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Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
William Lee Logan was a partner in this dry goods business, located in Dallas, Texas, from 1914 to 1945. 
 
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Historical Markers - Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
Historical Markers - Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
This building is listed with several historical organizations, including the National Historic Register. 
 
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John A Byers
John A Byers
Excerpt from "Portraits of a Conflict: A Photographic History of Mississippi In The Civil War" by Bobby Leon Roberts and Carl H. Moneyhon, 1993. 
 
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Waymarker - Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
Waymarker - Higginbotham-Bailey-Logan Building
Designed by noted Dallas architectural firm of Lang and Witchell, this building was constructed to house the dry goods manufacturing and distributing business of the Higginbothham - Bailey - Logan Co. (known as Higginbotham - Bailey after 1945). The western section was completed in 1914, and additional sections were constructed in 1917 and 1923. The building features a simplified Renaissance Revival architectural style with geometrically-detailed corner towers. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark 1984 
 
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William Neil Garrison 1923-2004
William Neil Garrison 1923-2004
A great oak in the kingdom of God