You are welcome. Really, it's a LONG process of learing where to look for stuff! Fayette County is in the south eastern part of Texas. If you've not done so, this site is a good starting place for "free records". http://usgenweb.org/http://usgenweb.org/ Pick a state, then a county. Some counties have a ton of material, some have scant;but it's all based on user contributed records, so they have what researchers submit. Rootsweb is another good free resource: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ There are several entries for Parrie's family there too,in the "worldconnect" family trees. www.ancestry.com is a subscription site, BUT, you can sign up as a registered user-free, which gaines you access to some of the databases, including the "public member trees",which is where I found the marriage date I sent before. Some trees have more information than others,but you can also click on the name of the owner of the tree, and send them a message for collaberation. (In the 1900 census, Parrie and her family lived in Gillespie County,TX--these folks got around!)
Another cool place for information in Texas can be found on www.familysearch.org It can be tricky to use this though--be patient for everything to load!(I tried just now, and it's down for maintance-drat!) at the bottom left, click on "See prototype for searching millions of records" and new window will open, and then: place the name you seek in the appropriate boxes use the drop down menu to pick "death/burial" then place "Texas, United States" in the place box this will take you to a list of names that match,or closely match. Some will be "Texas Death Index"-not very informative,but some will be Texas Death records-good stuff. click on a name of choice,and the details for the record opens;click on the image of a certificate-upper right-and the death certificate will load;you can zoom,print,etc. There also census records available there for Texas-choose that option.
Other things you can try for help: This website is volunteers who will help with obits,public records,etc: http://raogk.com/search.htmlhttp://raogk.com/search.html pick a state and county to see if there are volunteers;if you find one, click on the name to email a request for the help they offer.