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Re: Looking Info on Bullard in Texas
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J, you reminded me of one of my favorite movies, "A Brother From Another Planet" a classic!!!!
I'm a little bewildered that the VA would put you through so much concerning a SSN for someone in WWI? He would not have had the card then, based on his birth, there is an outside chance he would have picked one up in the 30's, but unless there was some stipulation for the information being placed in his records, I can't see how the SSN is relevent. I'm sure there are those on the board who have more expertise in this area than I, but I'm truly puzzled by that stance.
Seeing that the aliens have burned down the courthouse, one other strategy comes to mind. Is there an adjacent country to the one you searched that could have preceeded or formed subsequent to the burning of the courthouse in question? There may be duplication of records or possibly an overlap that could be of use?
Could he have lived in an adjoining county to Wharton (I forget so forgive me, I'm doing this by my senior memory and it is not at full power today.)
Perhaps there are some avenues to explore concerning his employment? Could he have worked for the railroads, they would have separate records. Because of the burning, the land and reconveyance records are all shot to H____!
Wish you luck in this one. Keep the faith, Keep hope alive! Check the graffiti on the wall, there may be a clue?
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