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Dallas Morning News, 30 December 1991: Miss Nannie Margaret Fitzhugh was born in Oak Cliff, a longtime resident of 826 North Clinton. Her mother was Minnie Irene Daniel, [great] granddaughter of Frances Sims Daniel who came to Texas in 1849 with her sister and six children, and purchased property which is now Snider Plaza in the Park Cities. Her father was Stephen Siler Fitzhugh of Lancaster, Texas. Miss Fitzhugh graduated from Oak Cliff High School and attended Southern Methodist University from 1929-1933. In 1933-1934 she earned a graduate degree in English from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. For forty years (1934-1974) she was a member of the SMU faculty, teaching in the English Department. Graveside services at the Fitzhugh family plot in Edgewood Cemetery, Lancaster, Texas.[2384]

     635.      iii.   Richard Allen Daniel, born July 1893, Dallas County, Texas, died 28 December 1969, Lancaster, Dallas County, Texas.[2385]

     636.      iv.   Ruth Daniel, born 1904, Dallas County, Texas, died after 1967, married Mark J. Donnelly, born circa 1898, Italy, Ellis County, Texas, died April 1942, Dallas, Texas.

Dallas Morning News, 24 April 1942: Mark J. Donnelly, 44, a resident of Dallas since 1918 and an employee of the Western Union Company since 1916, died Monday at his home, 727 North Windomere. Burial: Wheatland Cemetery. He was a native of Italy, Ellis County, Texas, but was reared in Gainesville. Surviving, wife, brother, Edward Donnelly, Indianapolis, Indiana, and a sister.[2386]



[2384] Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 30 December 1991.

[2385] Texas Death Record. Richard Allen Daniel, died 28 December 1969, Lancaster, Dallas County, Texas, male, age 76 years. Father: Richard A. Daniel.

[2386] Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 24 April 1942, p. 4.

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