Well you learn something new everyday and yes, I appreciate the info very much. If I remember right, another researcher told me about Nina but I think you are right on the money with her.She is the one that signed Rufus Death Certificate.Awhile back, I hired a researcher in San Antonio to lookup Rufus' obituary for me and he found the obituary for Claud Rufus also and sent it to me too.It's not much of an obituary, no date or anything, just his name and what hospital he died in, in San Antonio, I will try to find it and email it to you.I contacted several Voss families currently living in San Antonio and had only one reply and they are not related to this line.While on vacation there last summer, I drove by Cherry Street and there is a 3 story commerical building that someone has converted into a home and through the paint you can still read "Voss Metal Works" above the door.Rufus obituary states that he was an eleven year resident of San Antonio, that would put him moving there in 1901 so everything you have told me makes perfect sense.Thank you for the Census info, I had never pulled it for Rufus.Rufus is a brother of my George Washington Voss.While researching George and their father Thomas E., I found where they owned land in Bosque County as well as Navarro County but I never searched Bosque County.George is the only child mentioned in Thomas and Sarah Will.George died at age 45 in a train accident where he was a brakeman, not long after Thomas died.I do not know what happened to all the land after that or their 14 acre homestead in Corsicana.There are 2 more brothers.A William Samuel Voss b. 1849 NC. I can find him on the Christian, IL Census but not on any in Texas.The other son, a Thomas W. Voss b. 1858 IL, married in 1882 in Corsicana and died young in 1885. I have the original embroidery piece that was made for his coffin that has his initials on it. Buried unknown, but think he possibly could of had a son before his death.Daughters Rebecca Jane b. 1846 NC cannot find any more mention of outside of IL Census until mother Sarah's obituary says a survivor of a daughter who moved away several years ago, Mrs. Guthrie.Daughter Mary Ann married an Ellis, lived and died in Corsicana.On the 1900 Census, Sarah states 6 children, 4 still alive.I know one of the deceased was Thomas W., and leaning towards William Samuel being the other.