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Ines M. Nieves, McCameyInes M. Nieves, McCamey died Friday, December 29, 2006. She was 86 years old.Born April 19, 1920, in Shafter, Ines was a longtime member of Guadalupana of St. Joseph Catholic Church. She was a homemaker.Ines and Lorenzo Nieves were united in marriage May 5, 1946 in Fort Stockton. He preceded her in death.She is survived by her daughter Lorenza Ramirez and her husband George, McCamey; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and her nephew Cruz Quintela, Fort Stockton who she raised as a son.Several nieces and nephews also survive her.A rosary was held January 1 in the Fort Stockton Funeral Home chapel.Funeral services were held January in St. Joseph Catholic Church. Father Floro Hinacay officiated.Interment was in Fort Stockton Catholic Cemetery.Arrangements were under the direction of Fort Stockton Funeral Home
The name McCamey rings a bell for some reason?Ah, the stories she probably told about being born in Shafter. I wonder what Shafter was like in 1920?
Quote from: "SHANEA"The name McCamey rings a bell for some reason?Ah, the stories she probably told about being born in Shafter. I wonder what Shafter was like in 1920?Oh, don't you know it! They could bring the history of that area to life.BBH
never been through there, always see the sign.
Here is information on McCamey, TX BBH
I'm surprised you have not driven through it - on your way from the DFW area? If I go that route for some reason - I-20, I cut down on 385 to McCamey and down 67 to Fort Stockton.
Got a big 'ole rock chip in my windshield last trip going down 18.
Quote from: "bdann"Got a big 'ole rock chip in my windshield last trip going down 18.Let me guess, someone pulled over on to the shoulder to let you pass and thats when it happened.
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