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Origins of the church in Picoso


Origins of the church in Picoso
A greeting card with a picture of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin D. Dresch


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Julia Castro
Apple Pie and Salsa
August 17, 2011
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Henry and I recently joined the Wilson County Historical Society. When we attended the July meeting, I gave a presentation of the old records of La Iglesia Evangélica Mexicana which existed from 1908 to the early ’40s in the Picoso community, here in Wilson County. . . .

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Henry G and Julia Castro  
Floresville, TX  
August 20 at 8:45pm
 
Yvonne, thank you for your interest in my article about the church in Picoso. After my story was, published, my cousin went to check on it and he said it was no longer there.

 
Yvonne Jordan  
San Antonio, TX  
August 19 at 11:24pm
 
I have a relative's picture that is labeled as Sheriff of Graytown which I believe is now Wilson County. His name ironically is Gregorio Musquez. I would love to share it with you and Gregorio to see the connection. Also,... More ›

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