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Spear Family Reunion

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1st Baptist Church Fellowship Hall

403 N. Texas St

Entrance on 5th Street

Nixon, Texas

Phone # if you get lost, (830) 582-1051

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Time: 10:00 AM until the last memory is shared!

Again, bring your memories, old photos and appetite.

If you have memories to share from days gone by many of us would like to share. The Spear name came from 5 brothers, Jim Spear, Scott Spear, Woodley Spear, Mack and Bird Spear.

My mother, Nettie Eron (Spear) Lamberth descended from Christopher Malachi (Mack) Spear. His son, James Bingham Spear was my Grandfather.
These five brothers came from Alabama between 1847 and 1850 to Texas.
If you can a notice of this event in the pa

Be sure and find out which of the brothers you descended from.

Sorry for getting this announcement out so late.

Mr. Jim and Lou Lamberth have been tied up in some legal problems.

This caused us to be distracted but PLEASE try to make plans to attend.

PLEASE notify anyone you may know that we might have not contacted and encourage them to attend also. We MUST keep the Spear heritage alive!

As before, paper goods, tea and coffee will be furnished.

Bring meat, veggies, casseroles, salads and or desserts
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