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Johnathan BARBER Jr.

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I83929

  • RESIDENCE: Rowan Co. NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2430]
Father: Jonathan BARBER
Mother: Elizabeth SWAN


Notes


JONATHAN6 b 180? m Clementine Barber (see 15C.)[Ref:Ms:Wm.A Yates; Virkus:Compend.,Vol.3]
Children:
HENRY HEZEKIAH7, d yg.
ELIZABETH CATHERINE7, b 181? m Joseph Franklin Owens; res Cleveland NC; had ch
MARGARET ANN7,d unm.
JANE7, m Locke Thompson
INFANT7
GEORGE7, d yg.
WILLIAM PLEASANT7, m Martha Walton
FRANCIS7, d yg.
NANCY7, d yg.

                                             _Edward BARBER Jr.___+
                                            | (1680 - 1764)       
                       _Luke BARBER ________|
                      | (1720 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_Sarah MYVERT _______
                      |                       (1680 - 1764)       
 _Jonathan BARBER ____|
| (1764 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Ann EDWARDS ________|
|                       (1720 - 1793)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Johnathan BARBER Jr.
|  (1800 - ....)
|                                            _Samuel SWANN _______+
|                                           | (1676 - 1743)       
|                      _Samuel SWANN _______|
|                     | (1710 - 1807)       |
|                     |                     |_Ann BURCH __________+
|                     |                       (1680 - ....)       
|_Elizabeth SWAN _____|
  (1765 - 1842)       |
                      |                      _Hatch DENT I________+
                      |                     | (1706 - 1781) m 1728
                      |_Catherine DENT _____|
                        (1734 - ....)       |
                                            |_Ann CHAPMAN ________
                                              (1708 - 1781) m 1728

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BATHILDE CONJOINT

ABT 0634 - ABT 0680

ID Number: I58725

  • OCCUPATION: Founded Chelles Nunnery. Anglo-Saxon slave
  • RESIDENCE: FR
  • BIRTH: ABT 0634
  • DEATH: ABT 0680
  • BURIAL: Chelles, France
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2159] [S2437] [S1115]

Family 1 : CLOVIS II (Chlodovech) MÉROVINGIENS of Neustria and Burgundy
  1. +THIERRY III MÉROVINGIENS of Neustria and Franks
  2. +THEUDERIC III of Franks

Notes


Bathilde with earlier bd dates. "Source: "The Franks" by Edward James. Founded Chelles, which became the most prestigious nunnery in Francia. She was an Anglo-Saxon slave and was given to Clovis II by the Neustrian Mayor of the Place Erchinoald. The mayor's daughter was married to a king of Kent."

[S1934] [S2437]

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[S2159]

[S2437]

[S1115]

[S1934]

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Col. Francis EPPES IV

1686 - Dec 1734

ID Number: I43187

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Justice in 1710
  • RESIDENCE: Burmuda Hundred, Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1686, Bermuda Hundred, Dale Parish, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: Dec 1734, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1578] [S1597] [S1956] [S1615]
Father: Francis EPPES III
Mother: Anne ISHAM


Family 1 : Sarah HAMLIN OR KENNON?
  1.  Francis EPPES V
  2. +Ann Isham EPPES
  3. +Richard EPPES
  4. +Martha EPPES
  5.  William EPPES

Notes


LVA Author: RBB R. Bolling Batte Electronic Card Index EpesFannie, Card 65-66 -Spouse: Sarah (some say +Sarah Kennon, b: 1689 in Conjuror's Neck, Henrico Co., VA d: 1748 in Charles City, VA m: 1708 in Chesterfield Co., VA)


Virkus 4, 691. Colonel Francis Eppes (died 1734), husband of Sarah Hamlin.


Henrico County Rent Roll, April 1705: Fra. Epes Junr and Isham Epes, sharing equally, 889 acres.






                                                     _Francis EPPES (EPES) I "the Immigrant"_
                                                    | (1597 - 1674) m 1625                   
                       _Francis EPPES II____________|
                      | (1628 - 1678)               |
                      |                             |_Marie PAWLETT _________________________
                      |                               (1605 - 1643) m 1625                   
 _Francis EPPES III___|
| (1657 - 1718) m 1686|
|                     |                              ________________________________________
|                     |                             |                                        
|                     |_UNNAMED_____________________|
|                       (1630 - ....)               |
|                                                   |________________________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Francis EPPES IV
|  (1686 - 1734)
|                                                    _WILLIAM ISHAM _________________________+
|                                                   | (1578 - ....) m 1625                   
|                      _HENRY ISHAM "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1628 - 1678)               |
|                     |                             |_Mary BRETT ____________________________
|                     |                               (1604 - 1682) m 1625                   
|_Anne ISHAM _________|
  (1665 - 1718) m 1686|
                      |                              _Christopher BANKS "the Immigrant"______+
                      |                             | (1600 - ....)                          
                      |_Katherine BANKS ____________|
                        (1620 - ....)               |
                                                    |________________________________________
                                                                                             

Sources

[S1578]

[S1597]

[S1956]

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Robert Henry "Hal" GATEWOOD

1856 - ____

ID Number: I27266

  • RESIDENCE: Hillsboro, Scott Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 1856
  • DEATH: Hillsboro, Mississippi
  • BURIAL: Hilllsboro Baptist Church Cemetery, Hillsboro, Scott County, MS
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1008]
Father: Richard Henry GATEWOOD C.S.A.
Mother: Amanda Anna MERRILL


Family 1 : Sarah Rowena HUDDLESTON
  1. +Irma D. GATEWOOD
  2.  Rowan Malvin GATEWOOD

                                                           _Andrew GATEWOOD ____+
                                                          | (1740 - 1794) m 1768
                                 _Robert Andrew GATEWOOD _|
                                | (1781 - 1823) m 1806    |
                                |                         |_Margaret KAY _______+
                                |                           (1750 - ....) m 1768
 _Richard Henry GATEWOOD C.S.A._|
| (1818 - 1880) m 1855          |
|                               |                          _Anthony NEW ________
|                               |                         | (1745 - 1833) m 1782
|                               |_Lucy Dabney NEW ________|
|                                 (1787 - 1865) m 1806    |
|                                                         |_Nancy WYATT ________+
|                                                           (1755 - 1833) m 1782
|
|--Robert Henry "Hal" GATEWOOD 
|  (1856 - ....)
|                                                          _____________________
|                                                         |                     
|                                _________________________|
|                               |                         |
|                               |                         |_____________________
|                               |                                               
|_Amanda Anna MERRILL __________|
  (1827 - 1880) m 1855          |
                                |                          _____________________
                                |                         |                     
                                |_________________________|
                                                          |
                                                          |_____________________
                                                                                

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Edna Jane LOFLIN

4 Oct 1852 - 25 Jun 1921

ID Number: I75245

  • RESIDENCE: Tallapoosa and Coffee Cos. AL
  • BIRTH: 4 Oct 1852, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.
  • DEATH: 25 Jun 1921, Danleys Crossroads, Coffee Co.Alabama.
  • BURIAL: Danleys Crossroads Church Cemetery, Coffee Co., Alabama
  • RESOURCES: See: [S286] [S3105]
Father: George LOFLIN
Mother: Mary "Polly" HANCOCK


Notes


"7. Eda Jane LOFLIN was born on 4 Oct 1852 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama. She Resided As a widow about 1890 in Near Churchill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama. She died on 25 Jun 1921 in Danleys Crossroads, Coffee Co., Alabama. She was buried in Danleys Crossroads Church Cemetery, Coffee Co., Alabama.


She was married to Francis Marion FLANIGAN on 4 Sep 1873 in Elmore Co. Alabama. She was divorced from Francis Marion FLANIGAN of Elmore Co. Alabama.
She was married to George W. CANADY about 1881.
She was married to John E. FALLIN after 1881."


Marriage 1 John E Fallin b: SEP 1844 in Georgia
Marriage 2 George Kennedy b: in Dadeville, AL
Children
Rosa Kennedy b: 4 OCT 1881 in Elmore Couny, AL
Luther Kennedy b: 13 MAR 1884 in AL


Marriage 3 Francis Marion Flanigan b: 12 APR 1853 in AL Married: 4 SEP 1873 in Elmore Couny, AL 1
Children
Eugenia Flanigan b: 7 MAY 1874 in Tallapoosa County, AL
Isabel Flanigan b: 7 MAY 1874 in Tallapoosa County, AL
William Oscar Flanigan b: 15 MAR 1876 in Elmore Couny, AL
John Emery Flanigan b: 1878 in Elmore Couny, AL


Sources:
Elmore county marriage license index volume a

[S3105]


                                                   _George LOFLIN ______+
                                                  | (1757 - 1799)       
                         _Daniel LOFLIN __________|
                        | (1788 - 1850) m 1807    |
                        |                         |_____________________
                        |                                               
 _George LOFLIN ________|
| (1817 - 1890) m 1838  |
|                       |                          _____________________
|                       |                         |                     
|                       |_Edith TRAMMELL _________|
|                         (1790 - 1850) m 1807    |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Edna Jane LOFLIN 
|  (1852 - 1921)
|                                                  _Hardy HANCOCK Sr.___+
|                                                 | (1768 - ....)       
|                        _Hardy HANCOCK Jr._______|
|                       | (1793 - 1871) m 1813    |
|                       |                         |_____________________
|                       |                                               
|_Mary "Polly" HANCOCK _|
  (1825 - ....) m 1838  |
                        |                          _____________________
                        |                         |                     
                        |_Margaret "Peggy" LANEY _|
                          (1793 - ....) m 1813    |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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[S3105]

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Hezakiah Carr MILAN

10 Aug 1862 - ____

ID Number: I91166

  • RESIDENCE: Warren Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 10 Aug 1862
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2371]
Father: Obadiah MILAN
Mother: Charlotte Lottie CHERRY


Notes


2 Hezakiah Carr MILAM b: 10 Aug 1862 + Mary Frances SHARRER b: 1860

                                                  _Moses MILAN __________
                                                 |                       
                            _John MILAN _________|
                           | (1792 - 1850) m 1817|
                           |                     |_Edith FUQUA __________
                           |                                             
 _Obadiah MILAN ___________|
| (1822 - 1908) m 1842     |
|                          |                      _______________________
|                          |                     |                       
|                          |_Margaret BASHAM ____|
|                            (1798 - 1850) m 1817|
|                                                |_______________________
|                                                                        
|
|--Hezakiah Carr MILAN 
|  (1862 - ....)
|                                                 _______________________
|                                                |                       
|                           _William CHERRY _____|
|                          | (1766 - 1828) m 1805|
|                          |                     |_______________________
|                          |                                             
|_Charlotte Lottie CHERRY _|
  (1821 - 1899) m 1842     |
                           |                      _Joseph H. TAYLOR II___+
                           |                     | (1751 - 1818) m 1780  
                           |_Frances TAYLOR _____|
                             (1783 - 1852) m 1805|
                                                 |_Sarah Elizabeth BEST _
                                                   (1760 - 1834) m 1780  

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Capt. Isaac Thomas PIPES

22 Jul 1840 - 27 Dec 1924

ID Number: I62641

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A.27th Louisiana Inf Regt, Co.A known as the "Skipwith Guards"
  • RESIDENCE: Clinton, E. Feliciana Parish, LA & Dublin, Erath, TX
  • BIRTH: 22 Jul 1840, Clinton, E. Feliciana Parish
  • DEATH: 27 Dec 1924, Dublin, Erath, Texas
  • BURIAL: New Dublin Cemetery, Dublin, Erath Co., Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2250] [S2365]
Father: David PIPES
Mother: Elizabeth Brownlese WARNER


Family 1 : Louisiana STONE

Notes


"Isaac Thomas Pipes enlisted on March 14th 1862 at Camp Moore, Clinton, Louisiana. He was listed as a prisoner of war at Vicksburg and was paroled from there on July 14th 1863. This Isaac is the son of David Pipes and his third wife Elizabeth Warner. A copy of his Parole form, signed by him is at the end of the page. Born in Clinton Louisiana in 1840, son of David and grandson of John L. Pipes, Isaac married Louisiana Stone in 1864 in Louisiana and they moved to Texas in 1876. He died there in Dublin on Dec 27,1924. Lou Stone, his beloved wife, died in 1911.


I have a copy of the contents of a letter written by Isaac Pipes to one of his cousins. The purpose of the letter was to detail some of his family history and some of the sons and daughters and brothers and sisters that he could remember. From the dates contained in the letter it must have been written in 1917 at the age of 77 some 7 years before he passed on. I do not have the original letter. The content of the letter was typed in a 6 page document that lists bible records and births and deaths of some of the family and then the letter is appended, with no heading, so I do not know who it was addressed to. The document is part of the Thompson Manuscripts collection at Indiana University. Dr Stith Thompson was a Pipes descendant and also a Professor at Indiana. He specialized in folk lore stories and wrote several books on the subject. He was interested in the family history and conversed with several of the Pipes family. I do not know if this letter was written to him, but I assume he copied it from someone else. If anyone out there can tell me who the cousin was from the references in the letter I would appreciate it. Please note the "Family Legend" story at the end of the letter. I have not edited the letter in any way. I will gladly copy the document for anyone who wishes to have it.


A letter from Isaac Pipes to a family cousin in 1917. This Charles Pipes was your Gr.Gr. Father and my father's uncle. His wife's given name was Winifred. His children were David, Stephen, James, Charles B. ( we called him "C.B.") and "Winnie" (for her mother) married a Mr. Bird. Think she was the only daughter. I knew Uncle Charles an all of his family well as they lived 30 to 50 miles of us. Some even nearer. Cousin "C.B." I feel sure, was Mrs. (cousin) Werner's Gr. Father. I knew him and his wife ( she was an East) so well as they lived for years in our Parish ( East Feliciana) but they moved away before their children were large and I lost sight of them during the Civil War. Gr. Father was John Pipes and his wife was Mary Taylor ( lovingly known as "Aunt Polly") - God Bless her precious memory. They lived and died in Adams County, Miss. near Natchez. His sons were David ( my father), Lewis - Hiram - John - Isaac ( for whom I was named) and Levi; and daughters Cynthia Ann ( married a Rev. W.C. Chamberlain), Hester Ann ( they were strong on "Ann" ) Married Dr. W. Tait, and another daughter (whose name I have forgotten) married Fred Taylor. Our Great uncle David lived and died near Clinton, La. - was twice married ( can't remember her name) in this union they had - Alexander S - Henrietta, who married Kinch Kearney of Madison Co. Miss., and Emily, married a Mr. Phillips -- cousin Alex went to Morehouse Parish La. Before the war and died there. Uncle David's second wife was aunt Amanda ( a widow) and to this union were born two sons, William Henry who died long ago, and David Washington, who was in New Orleans the last that I knew of him. My father's brother Lewis lived and died in Adams Co. Miss., his wife was Nancy Holmes, who was a sister of my father's first wife. Their children were Robert, Charles, James, and Lewis, and girls Sarah ( who married your uncle Stephen Pipes, her cousin), then Mary and Rachel. My father's first wife was Sarah Holmes; their children were Mary Born Dec 9, 1823 and died Nov 23, 1844 - married John F. Goodrich - no children, lived only a few years. Sarah Holmes born April 29,1828 and died -- no record- married Rev. J.H. Merrill. John Holmes was born Feb 3,1827 and died Feb 22, 1901. Both left large families. Forgot to state Bro. John married Catherine Kemp. Father again married Aug 121830 Minerva Flynn - who lived but a few months - dying Oct 12 1831.Father married my mother, Elizabeth B. Warner Nov 29,1832 who died Feb 19,1880. Their children were Minerva Ann born Oct 3, 1833 - died Aug 20,1840; David Oct 1, 1855 and died Aug 14, 1843. Elizabeth Wall was born March 5,1837 and died August 17,1847. These all died in the month August and of the same disease - Brain Fever. I was born July 22, 1840. Nov 3, 1864 I married Lou Stone. We had known each other from early childhood. She was the daughter of Dr. William Stone, an eminent Physician - and grand daughter of Bishop William Murray Stone of Maryland. In Jan 1876 we came to Texas. We have seven children living, all in Texas as follows - sons Robert Lee, John Stone, Pettis, Willie David, Isaac Thomas, Louie Ballard and our only girl and baby Pearl Rivers, who lives here - sweet and beautiful, has one child ( boy) aged 11 -- Lee also lives here, and has three sweet girls. My angel wife went to her heavenly home six years ago, and oh cousin! I can't get over it. We lived so happily nearly fifty years and I expect to thank God throughout eternity for blessing my life with the loving devotion of such a wife. To know her was to love her - but my old eyes and trembling hand admonish me I must hasten on. Would love to tell you all about my children. They are a great comfort to my old age. We lost two precious little ones while small. Have seven as named, living. Pettis is a member of the faculty of the Kidd-Key Conservatory of music at Sherman, Texas and has won a reputation of which we are justly proud. But dear cousin I must not longer tax your patience. So much regret my inability to give you as complete a record as I had hoped, and fear, had led you to believe. As much is from memory, yet it is almost absolutely correct. I am proud of the Pipes name - and have yet to know of a single one bringing to it the blush of shame. I have met several of our name in different parts of Texas, but unfortunately they know to little of the ancestry to establish positive relationship. Have much more to tell you but can't now. Please don't drop me, as I am much interested and will always love to hear from you. With tenderest love, your cousin I. Pipes After resting my old eyes a little I can't close without giving you the following related by my father over sixty years ago and vouching for its truthfulness: "How the Pipes name was saved" "Many years ago when the only way of crossing the ocean was in the sailing vessels, a man, wife and small son started on the tedious voyage as steerage passengers. On the way to America the parents both died and were buried at sea, and as the little son was to small to talk, the kind hearted Captain remarked his fears that the baby's name was lost, when an old lady present remarked she had nursed the parents in their illness and learned their name was Pipes."


A copy of the Parole form Signed by Isaac Pipes in 1864


The 27th Louisiana Infantry Regiment (Company A was known as the "Skipwith Guards")
This regiment was organized at Camp Moore in April 1862, with 973 men. The regiment left for Vicksburg, Mississippi, on May 1 and arrived on May 4. During the first Federal campaign against Vicksburg, May 18—July 27, the men did picket duty north and south of the city. The regiment did guard and picket duty in Vicksburg from the fall of 1862 through the early spring of 1863. On May 18, 1863, the men skirmished with the enemy as General Ulysses S. Grant’s army surrounded Vicksburg. The regiment held part of the line of entrenchments during the siege of the city, May 19—July 4. The men repulsed an attack on May 19 and were said to have captured the first enemy flag and prisoners taken during the siege. In the course of the siege, 58 men of the regiment were killed and 96 were wounded. Following the surrender and their parole, the men went into camp for a time at Enterprise. Most of the men then went home on furlough. Perhaps a majority of the men remained at home even after the government declared them exchanged in the fall of 1863. In the summer of 1864, six companies, reduced in strength, reorganized at Alexandria. Companies A and H reorganized at Clinton, Louisiana, and became part of Gober’s Regiment Mounted Infantry. One source states that Company D never reorganized, but some records show at least part of it at Clinton in June 1864. The regiment occupied a camp at Pineville until the end of the war. Occasionally, detachments would help garrison Fort Buhlow and Fort Randolph near the town. Many of the men began dispersing to their homes in late April 1865. The remnants of the regiment marched to Mansfield and disbanded there about May 19."


"In January 1876, with his family, his wife's mother and his parents, he moved from Clinton, Louisiana to Bosqueville, Texas, near Waco. After some few years they moved to Erath Co., Texas, near Dublin.
Children:
Willie David PIPES b: 11 AUG 1865 in Clinton, E. Feliciana, La
Isaac Thomas PIPES b: 17 APR 1867 in Clinton, E. Feliciana, La
Louis Ballard PIPES b: 8 APR 1869 in , East Feliciana Parish, La
Robert Edward Lee PIPES b: 17 JUL 1871 in Clinton, E. Feliciana, La
John Stone PIPES b: 17 JUL 1874 in Clinton, E. Feliciana, La
Frank Pettis Haney PIPES b: 9 FEB 1877 in , Mclennon, Tx
Minnie Gayden PIPES b: 30 JUL 1881 in Dublin, Erath, Tx
Gayden Waters PIPES b: 3 APR 1884 in Dublin, Erath, Tx
Pearl Rivers PIPES b: 7 MAY 1885 in Dublin, Erath, Tx



[S2365] [S2250]


                                                     _Windsor PIPES ______
                                                    | (1740 - 1806) m 1769
                               _John L. PIPES ______|
                              | (1774 - 1827) m 1798|
                              |                     |_Jane MCAFEE ________
                              |                       (1745 - 1811) m 1769
 _David PIPES ________________|
| (1798 - 1877) m 1832        |
|                             |                      _____________________
|                             |                     |                     
|                             |_Mary TAYLOR ________|
|                               (1775 - 1849) m 1798|
|                                                   |_____________________
|                                                                         
|
|--Isaac Thomas PIPES 
|  (1840 - 1924)
|                                                    _____________________
|                                                   |                     
|                              _____________________|
|                             |                     |
|                             |                     |_____________________
|                             |                                           
|_Elizabeth Brownlese WARNER _|
  (1810 - 1880) m 1832        |
                              |                      _____________________
                              |                     |                     
                              |_____________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |_____________________
                                                                          

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Samuel Taylor SANDIDGE

16 Feb 1849 - 16 Nov 1849

ID Number: I14662

  • RESIDENCE: Green Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 16 Feb 1849, Green Co. KY
  • DEATH: 16 Nov 1849, Green Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S409]
Father: John Thomas SANDIDGE
Mother: Elizabeth Newton ASBURY



                                                          _John SANDIDGE ____________________________+
                                                         | (1760 - 1832) m 1783                      
                            _Christopher "Kit" SANDIDGE _|
                           | (1797 - 1886) m 1821        |
                           |                             |_Mary (Molly) WOOD ________________________+
                           |                               (1760 - 1824) m 1783                      
 _John Thomas SANDIDGE ____|
| (1823 - 1903) m 1846     |
|                          |                              _(RESEARCH QUERY) WHITLOCK of Green Co. KY_
|                          |                             |                                           
|                          |_Elizabeth Warner WHITLOCK __|
|                            (1805 - 1881) m 1821        |
|                                                        |___________________________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Samuel Taylor SANDIDGE 
|  (1849 - 1849)
|                                                         _Joseph ASBURY ____________________________+
|                                                        | (1756 - 1833) m 1788                      
|                           _Daniel Shadrack ASBURY _____|
|                          | (1789 - 1853) m 1813        |
|                          |                             |_Mildred MONTGOMERY _______________________
|                          |                               (1768 - 1830) m 1788                      
|_Elizabeth Newton ASBURY _|
  (1825 - 1898) m 1846     |
                           |                              ___________________________________________
                           |                             |                                           
                           |_Lucinda S. ATKINSON ________|
                             (1793 - 1874) m 1813        |
                                                         |___________________________________________
                                                                                                     

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Jack E. TRABUE


This person is presumed living.

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Narcissa WINGO

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I99791

  • RESIDENCE: of Pike Co. MS?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2439]

Family 1 : George RAMSEY
  1.  Louisa Catherine RAMSEY

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