Holland Coffee and Glen Eden by Dusty Williams


19 February 2019

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Cost: Free Admission

Email ddow@cityofdenison.com or call 903-464-4452 for more information.

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Free public presentation series to preview Doc Holliday: Saints & Sinners Festival in Downtown Denison, TX. Born and raised in Grayson County, Dusty Williams, age 32, can trace his roots to almost every little knock about town or community in the before mentioned county. At 14, with the guidance of his grandmother, Kim Williams, he began the study of genealogy and has remained extremely active in the field ever since. Running parallel with this passion is his love for county and local history. In 2006 he founded the Lost and Found Cemetery Preservation, a volunteer group dedicated to documenting and preserving lost and abandoned cemeteries throughout the Texoma region. He has also authored several books and is currently writing a historical column for a local newspaper as well as publishing and editing a newsletter for the nearby community of Dixie. Aside from this, he has managed several family and community reunions as well as giving tours of some of the county's history. A member of numerous county societies, including the Grayson County Historical Society as well as the Grayson County Historical Commission, Williams continues to bring attention to Grayson County history-his home and his pride. Mr. Williams and his son now reside in Van Alstyne, Texas where he is the president of the Van Alstyne Historical Society.

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300 W. Main, Denison, TX 75020

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