looking for information on john william gaines and wife mettie ann taylor gaines' buried in cumby,tx

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It would help if you added a time frame as your ancestor might be from the 1800's or 1950's!  Add any dates - or approximate/estimated dates that you might have for birth/death/marriage - that way you are more likely to get some assistance.

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