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Fort Worth Star Telegram
Fort Worth, Texas
January 9, 1910
Seeks His Missing Relatives Here
In search of a sister whom he had not seen for 20 years and whom he had mourned for dead until Friday, when he heard she was living in Fort Worth, LON BRUNSON, a farmer living near Cornish, Oklahoma, arrived in the city Saturday night.
The sister's name is Mrs. ANNA R. BRAZEAL and her husband is GEORGE W. BRAZEAL. The family once lived in Falls County. Brunson last saw his sister in Minco, Okla. Two years later he heard the
Brazeals were living in Chickasha then all traces were of them were lost.
Brunson went to Sugden the other day. There he met a man who said he had known the sister of Brunson and her husband. The stranger said they had been living at Kennedale but were now in Fort Worth. Brunson immediately took the train for the purpose of verifying the story. The sister, if living, is 55 years of age.
The name GEORGE W. BRAZEAL does not appear in the city directory, and the police department was unable to give Brunson any information of his relative. Brunson came to the Star-Telegram office and a reporter was able to locate an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. JEFF BRUNSON, 2001 South Main St. Brunson will go out to see his relatives Sunday morning in the hope of hearing further news of his sister.
"I was in Fort Worth 18 years ago," Brunson said, "but things have changed so I would never have known the town. I couldn't hardly find my way out of the depot. But I'll sure keep my eyes open," he said, "and try to keep out of trouble. When I get ready to start back, I'll ask a policeman to take me to the station and help me off." Following this careful policy, Mr. Brunson had a policeman to take him to a rooming house Saturday night. "I'm not taking any chances," he said, "for Fort Worth is some bigger than Cornish or even Sugden."