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Re: Colored Troops in White Regiments-Civil War
Posted by: Lloyd L. Overton (ID *****2843) Date: July 19, 2013 at 08:11:12
In Reply to: Colored Troops in White Regiments-Civil War by Fannie of 2568

I am trying to trace a John Moss, son of Frances Moss. John married a Mary Keith of Pike County, MO, daughter of Reuben Keith b abt 1810 KY d after 1900 Pike County MO. Reuben appears on the 1900 census living with another daughter, Sarah (Keith) Edwards, at Pike County MO.

I am mainly trying to trace descendants of Reuben Keith who I think was a slave in my Keith family of Pike County. I have a current (2013) investigation in progress. I would dearly love to find out what happened to my family's 'people' and maybe make contact.

Thanks.


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