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Texas resident Ann L. McFadin Miller (1905-1983) maintained an active interest in genealogy throughout her life and was a member of a number of genealogical organizations, including the Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, and United Daughters of the Confederacy.
The collection consists of correspondence, legal documents, notes, and printed material, primarily associated with genealogical research. The bulk of the genealogical material has been filed by family name, and consists of correspondence, genealogical forms and charts, applications to genealogical organizations, published sources, copies of documents, family histories, and notes. Material is particularly extensive for the Bartlett, Callaway, Gibbens, Lowrance, and McFadin families. A lesser amount is devoted to the Means and Moose families and to Lazarus Nichols. Family papers include a small number of letters and other documents dating from the 1870s to the 1940s, earlier items associated with William A. Gibbens and Susannah Lowrance Gibbens.
Bartlett family, Callaway family, Gibbens family, Lawrence family, McFaden family, Means family, Moos family, genealogies
DRT Collection at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, "Miller (Ann McFadin) Papers, 1871-1982" (2020). Finding Aids: Guides to the Collection. 83.