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Re: TRAIL of TEARS leaving Fort Payne Alabama
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: November 25, 2010 at 15:27:41
In Reply to: Re: TRAIL of TEARS leaving Fort Payne Alabama by Jane Hawthorne of 29902

I am not related, just sharing.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lesliesc&id=I88948

•ID: I88948
•Name: William Ballard
•Given Name: William
•Surname: Ballard
•Sex: M
•Birth: Abt 1807 in , , Tennessee
•Death: 1850-1855 in last in, Jackson, Alabama
•Note:

CENSUS: 1840; AL; Jackson Co.; Roll: 7; Page: 21
Ballard, Howard0002001 / 0110101no slaves

CENSUS: 1840; AL; Jackson Co.; Roll: 7; Page: 65
Ballard, George20001 / 00001no slaves

CENSUS: 1840; AL; Jackson Co.; Roll: 7; Page: 67
Lee, Joshua1211001 / 1110001no slaves
Balard, William210001 / 01002no slaves

CENSUS: 1840; GA; Walker Co.; Roll: 52; Page: 82
Ballard, William120101 / 11110110 slaves

CENSUS: 1850; AL; Jackson Co.; District 19; Roll M432_7; p. 46; images 93
hh 654/654 28 Dec 1850
Ballard, Thomas74 NC Farmer
Ballard, Mary30 TN
Ballard, James 7 AL
Ballard, Thomas 5 AL
Ballard, Milly 4 AL
Ballard, Julia 3 AL
Ballard, David 1 AL
Note: Only Ballards in Jackson Co., AL, 1850 census.


CENSUS: 1860; AL; Jackson Co.; Township 3 Range 7 East; Roll: M653_11; Page: 490; Image: 493
hh 41/41 4 Jun 1860 PO Stevenson
Roach, Margaret W.43 TN Farmer $25000/$11000 (Margaret Higgins -3rd wife & widow of Charles Lewis Roach) (her children b. after 1840)
Roach, John15 AL in school $0/$5000
Roach, Luther13 AL in school $0/$5000
Roach, Milton 9 AL in school $0/$5000
Roach, Wm. Wallace 4 AL in school $0/$5000
Roach, Eliza Walker35 VA $0/$500
Davidson, Charles 8 AL ($0/$25000 - scratched out)

hh 42/42
Webb, Thos41 AL Overseer of farm$0/$150
Webb, Julia Ann35 NC (Julia Ann Howell)
Webb, Joseph12 TN in school
Webb, Mary10 AL in school
Webb, Thos 8 TN in school
Webb, Felix 6 TN
Webb, James 1 AL (md. Sarah Lewellen & Minnie Johnson - he d. 1910 Jackson, AL)

hh 43/43
Edwr? Roach, H.M.37 ? Amanda Greene decd. $6000/$21000
Greene, Amanda 9 AL in school
Greene, Alace 7 AL in school

hh 44/44
Warren, Wm.47 KY Farmer $1000/$700
Warren, Catharine25 AL
Warren, Luvina20 AL
Warren, Mary19 AL
Warren, Andrew14 AL in school
Warren, George12 AL in school
Warren, Malinda10 AL in school
Warren, Richard 7 AL in school
Warren, James 3 AL

hh 45/45
Ballard, Milly50 TN $0/$200 illiterate (Emily "Milly" Lea, d/o William Lea/Anna Brock) (wid/o William Ballard)
Ballard, Elizabeth22 AL
Ballard, Malinda20 AL (md. Duncan Kitchens, went to LeFlore Co., OK)
Ballard, David18 AL Farm laborer
Ballard, Nancy14 AL in school
Ballard, Eliza12 AL in school (md. Martin VB Cordell, d. 1930 Rising Fawn, Dade, GA)
Ballard, Aaron10 AL in school (md. Mary Jones, d. 1905 DeKalb, AL - dau Biddy)
Ballard, Gideon 3 AL

>>Note: Milly Lee Ballard is the sister of *Allen Lea*/Nancy Hider of DeKalb Co., AL, whose daughter Lucy Lee was the wife of William Jasper Holloway, s/o Jeremiah Holloway & Sally

Leas are children of William Lea (b. 1787 Montgomery, VA - d. DeKalb, AL 1836) & Anna Brock (b. 1784 NC). Md. Cumberland, KY, ca 1807; children b. Bledsoe, TN; Washington, IN; KY; TN.

CENSUS: 1860; AL; Jackson Co.; Township 3 Range 7 East; Roll: M653_11; Page:492; Image: 495
hh 60/60 5 Jun 1860 PO Stevenson
Wann, Wm.35 AL Farmer $0/$250
Wann, Catharine28 MO (Catharine Ledbetter)
Wann, William11 AL in school
Wann, Mary 2 AL

CENSUS: 1870; AL; De Kalb Co.; Township 6 Range 9; Roll: M593_15; Page: 876; Image: 136
hh 95/100 7 Jul 1870 PO Rawlingsville
Ballard, Milly60 TN Keeping house
Ballard, Ardilley?20 AL on farm (male)
Francis, Gideon13 AL at home

Note: Married daughter Ann is on the same page in hh 100/105 with second husband James Holloway and "his, hers & ours" children.

CENSUS: 1880; AL; De Kalb Co.; Beat 19; Roll T9_16; FHL Film 1254012; p. 542.3000; ED 52; Image: 0042
hh 14/14 3,4& 5 Jun 1880 Fractional Twp 4, R9
Jones, Johnson58 TN TN/Unk Md Farming
Jones, Sarah57 TN VA/TN Md Wife Keeping house illiterate (Sarah HOLLOWAY)
Jones, Margaret27 GA TN/TN S. Dau at home
Jones, Mary25 AL TN/TN S. Dau at home (md. Aaron Ballard 1881)
Jones, Jasper22 AL TN/TN S. Son Farming
Jones, Sarah21 AL TN/TN S. Dau at home
Jones, Biddie19 AL TN/TN S. Dau at home
Jones, Martha14 AL TN/TN S. Dau at home

hh 18/18
Ballard, Aaron30 TN TN/KY S. Farming (s/o William Ballard & Milley Lee - bro/o Ann Ballard McCormack, wife of James Holloway)
Ballard, Milley70 AL NC/TN Wid Mother Keeping house illiterate (Milley Lea)
Ballard, Gideon24 AL AL/AL S. Neph Farming

Marriage 1 Emily "Milly" Lea b: Abt 1810 in , Bledsoe, Tennessee
•Married:
•Change Date: 15 Aug 2008
Children
1. Ann Ballard b: Abt 1835 in , , Alabama
2. Elizabeth Ballard b: Abt 1838 in , , Alabama
3. Malinda Ballard b: Abt 1840 in , , Alabama
4. David Ballard b: Abt 1842 in , , Alabama
5. Nancy Ballard b: Abt 1846 in , , Alabama
6. Eliza Jane Ballard b: Apr 1848 in , Jackson, Alabama
7. Aaron Ballard b: 3 Feb 1850 in , , Alabama
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=guyzimmerman&id=I13048
•ID: I13048
>>•Name: William *Muriel* BALLARD
•Given Name: William Muriel
•Surname: Ballard
•Sex: M
•Birth: 1807 in Tennessee 2
•Death: in Alabama

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•ID: I1145
•Name: Allen Lee Lea
•Sex: M
•Birth: 12 MAR 1812 in Bledsoe Co TN
•Birth: 12 MAR 1812
•Death: 15 FEB 1898 in Valley Head, DeKalb Co AL
•Burial: Head Springs Cem DeKalb Co AL
•Note:
Entries: 62698 Updated: Sun Jul 28 06:23:53 2002 nesserfaye@yahoo.com

Allen Lea was a soldier in two major conflicts of the 19th Century, the Mexican Wars and the American Civil War. In both conflicts, he served in mounted or cavalry units, and was an accomplished horseman.

During the Mexican Wars, he was mustered in as a Private at age 35 years on September 3, 1847, in Dade Co, Georgia. His unit was Capt. Fulton's Company, Calhoun's Mounted Battalion Georgia Volunteers. By 1848, he had been promoted to 1st Sergeant, and had attained Sergeant Major by his mustering out in Mobile, Alabama, on July 12, 1848. His discharge appears to have been upon recommendation of a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability, having been sent to New Orleans on May 29, 1848. His disability is not stated, but may have been related to a condition which reared its ugly head later, during the American Civil War.

In the American Civil War, Allen Lea again served in the cavalry, this time mustering in from Alabama. Initially a captain, by the time he mustered out due to disability, he had attained the rank of major. This time, his disability was stated as Hepatitis and Nephritis (painful inflamation of the liver and kidneys), which conditions were certainly aggravated by horse riding.

Having returned to private life after his war years, he served as a justice of the peace from his home in Valley Head, Alabama.

(email 8/26/2000)
I am Gloria Shafer Seymour, the grand daughter of Malinda Lea Shafer (Malinda the daughter of Allen Lee/Lea and Nancy Hider/Hyder). I am rather new to looking things up on the computer, so I am wondering where you got
the information and what are you connections with Allen and Nancy. My aunt Nancy (Malinda's daughter) married a Wright but they only had one son as far as I know, however there's a lot of history I don't know.
Allen was in the service more than twice, The Fla. War, then Mexican, then the side of the south (he was forced to join as well as other men from the area, after a few months got out, caught, put in prison, finally got away joined the Federal forces at Bridgeport Ala. (or near there) I have his records. He was born 1812 Bledsoe Co, Tenn.
Came to Ala. Ca 1833-35, Limestone Co. then to DeKalb Co ca 1835. After Nancy died in 1875, he married again in 1876 to Elizabeth Owens. He died in 1898 she in 1908.
He is buried at Headsprings Cem., just north of Valley Head, Ala. My brother (now deceased )lived at Rising Fawn Ga. Not far from the Cemetery, A year or so ago, we had Allen's gravestone cleaned and a small marker made
for Nancy, according to my brother and his wife some one had put a marker for the second wife.
What is meant by the remark "reared it's ugly Head" ?
I will be glad to exchange information with you if you wish.
>>I have a picture of Allen and his second wife (an old tin type). One of Allen's grandmother Lee, Elizabeth Ingram Lee)
They began using Lea after settling in Al.
Samuel Shafer was in the Union Army, he met Malinda while in Al., they married 1864, and he was discharged not long after.
My father was their youngest son.
Let me know if you would like to exchange information
Gloria

Father: William Lee Lea b: 1787 in Montgomery Co VA
Mother: Anna Brock b: 1784 in NC

Marriage 1 Nancy Hider b: ABT 1812 in NC
Children
1. Margaret Emeline Lea b: 12 DEC 1842 in DeKalb Co AL
2. Millie Lea b: 17 AUG 1858 in Stevenson, Jackson Co AL
3. William Lea b: 19 MAR 1831 in TN
4. John Lea b: 1840
5. Malinda Lea b: 1846
6. America Catherine Lea b: 1848
7. Emily Lea b: 1844
8. Lucy Ann Lea b: 1837
9. Louenza Lea b: 1835
10. Eliza Jane Lea b: 25 AUG 1832 in TN

Marriage 2 Elizabeth Owens b: 25 AUG 1844 in Greenville, SC
•Married: 6 FEB 1876 in DeKalb Co AL
•Note: DeKalb Co AL Marriage Index 1836-1916 pg 253.
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jbc1976&id=I3127
•ID: I3127
•Name: William Lee Lea
•Sex: M
•Birth: 1787 in Montgomary Co VA
•Death: 1836 in DeKalb Co AL

Father: William Lee b: 1745 in Montgomary Co VA
Mother: Elizabeth Ingram b: 1760

Marriage 1 Anna Brock b: 1784 in NC
•Married: 1807 in Cumberland, KY
Children
1. Emily Millie Lee Lea b: 1810 in Bledsoe Co TN
2. Allen Lee Lea b: 12 MAR 1812 in Bledsoe Co TN
3. William III Lea b: 5 MAR 1814 in Washington, IN
4. Berry Lea b: ABT 1816 in TN
5. Lewis Wesley Lea b: ABT 1818 in KY
6. Greenberry A. Lea b: ABT 1819
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VALLEY HEAD, ALABAMA
http://vhhgfamilyhistory.org/

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jbc1976&id=I3132
•ID: I3132
•Name: William Lee
•Sex: M
•Birth: 1745 in Montgomary Co VA
•Death: 31 MAR 1814 in Bledsoe Co TN

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Ingram b: 1760
Children
1. William Lee Lea b: 1787 in Montgomary Co VA
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jbc1976&id=I3134

•ID: I3134
•Name: James Brock
•Sex: M
•Birth: 1750 in Surry Co NC
•Death: SEP 1831 in Cumberland, KY

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
1. Anna Brock b: 1784 in NC
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=guyzimmerman&id=I4511
•ID: I4511
•Name: Anna BROCK
•Given Name: Anna
•Surname: Brock
•Sex: F
•Note: ! Reference BRHIST35.WPS.
•Birth: ABT 1784 in North Carolina
•Death: ABT 1831 in Limestone, Alabama

Father: James BROCK b: 1750 in Surry Co., NC
Mother: Living

Marriage 1 William LEE (LEA) b: ABT 1787 in Montgomary Co., Virginia
•Married: ABT 1807 in Cumberland, Kentucky
Children
>>1. Emily (Millie) Lee LEA b: ABT 1810 in Bledsoe County Tennessee
2. Allen LEE b: 12 MAR 1812 in Bledsoe, Tennessee
3. William LEE_III b: 5 MAR 1814 in Washington, Indiana
4. Berry LEE b: ABT 1816
5. Lewis Wesley LEE(LEA) b: ABT 1818 in Kentucky
6. Greenberry A. Lee (LEA) b: ABT 1819 in Tennessee
7. Mirah (Lee) LEA b: ABT 1811 in North Carolina
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=guyzimmerman&id=I13047
•ID: I13047
•Name: Emily (Millie) Lee LEA
•Given Name: Emily (Millie) Lee
•Surname: Lea
•Sex: F
•Birth: ABT 1810 in Bledsoe County Tennessee
•Death: ABT 1870 in DeKalb Co, Alabama

Father: William LEE (LEA) b: ABT 1787 in Montgomary Co., Virginia
Mother: Anna BROCK b: ABT 1784 in North Carolina

Marriage 1 William Muriel BALLARD b: 1807 in Tennessee
•Married: 1825 in Limestone, Dekalb Co., Al 2
Children
1. Elizabeth BALLARD b: ABT 1838 in Alabama
2. Malinda BALLARD b: 27 DEC 1838 in DeKalb Co. Ala.
3. David BALLARD b: ABT 1842 in DeKalb County Alabama
4. Nancy Adaline BALLARD b: ABT 1846
5. Eliza Jane BALLARD b: APR 1848 in Jackson Co., AL
6. Aaron BALLARD b: 3 FEB 1850 in Jackson Co., AL
7. Gideon BALLARD b: ABT 1852 in Alabama
8. William Ballard JR b: ABT 1832 in Alabama
9. James BALLARD b: ABT 1833 in Alabama
10. Ann BALLARD b: ABT 1835 in Alabama

Sources:
1.Abbrev: Stephens, Jerry Gedcom
Title: Jerry Stephens, GEDCOM file imported on 22 Jan 2000. (Jerry Stephens
JerryS4605@aol.com)
JerryS4605@aol.com. 2.Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 3 Jul 2004
Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Liliane White, liliane@cox.net. Created on 1 JUL 2004. Imported on 3 Jul 2004.UL 2004. Imported on 3 Jul 2004.
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=guyzimmerman&id=I4511

•ID: I4511
•Name: Anna BROCK
•Given Name: Anna
•Surname: Brock
•Sex: F
•_UID: 2E0187BFC027A34DA67AA01097BFEA1874DF
•Change Date: 5 Feb 2003
•Note: ! Reference BRHIST35.WPS.
•Birth: ABT 1784 in North Carolina
•Death: ABT 1831 in Limestone, Alabama

Father: James BROCK b: 1750 in Surry Co., NC
Mother: Living

Marriage 1 William LEE (LEA) b: ABT 1787 in Montgomary Co., Virginia
•Married: ABT 1807 in Cumberland, Kentucky
Children
1. Emily (Millie) Lee LEA b: ABT 1810 in Bledsoe County Tennessee
2. Allen LEE b: 12 MAR 1812 in Bledsoe, Tennessee
3. William LEE_III b: 5 MAR 1814 in Washington, Indiana
4. Berry LEE b: ABT 1816
5. Lewis Wesley LEE(LEA) b: ABT 1818 in Kentucky
6. Greenberry A. Lee (LEA) b: ABT 1819 in Tennessee
7. Mirah (Lee) LEA b: ABT 1811 in North Carolina
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Another researcher has this Brock information:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=guyzimmerman&id=I465

•ID: I465
•Name: James BROCK
•Given Name: James
•Surname: Brock
•Sex: M
•_UID: 7B471F7509D45C4B9A8661E2A60244254EB4
•Change Date: 30 Jul 2005
•Note:
Revolutionary War records show that James lived in
Halifax, NC and that he served in both the Continental Army
for 84 months and the State Militia in both SC and GA.
James served in Bradley's Company 18 in 1779-80.

After having his first 3 children in NC, his first wife
disappears from the record between 1785-8. Her name is
presently unknown. He married his second wife, Mildred
Crane, the first wife of Jesse Bond, killed by Indians in
1787, who also had 3 children.

For his service in the Revolution he received after 1790
several land grants in United States Territory South of the
Ohio in the area around present day Knoxville, TN. Land
records show that James owned the Swan Pond property in
Knoxville where the first stone house in the territory was
built in 1795 which is now known as the Ramsey house and
is on the National Historic Register. But he also purchased
other property in the area.

In 1799 James signed the marriage bond for his oldest
daughter with his mark, "X." Later he marked his
documents with "B." Using this mark, James entered into a
land transaction in Feb 1801 that eventually led to an
extended legal dispute over compensation in which Nathaniel
Evans is the complainant and James is the defendant. The
court ruled in favor of James and costs were awarded to
James in 1807.

In 1803 James moved to Overton Co, TN where his daughter
lived. James was admitted to the Clear Fork Baptist Church
(Albany Clinton Co, KY) in Nov 1803. Church records have
numerous entries for James and his family. In July 1813
James was excluded from the church for unfriendly
treatment of his wife and repeated swearing.

In 1822 James received 250 acres in Cumberland Co (now
Clinton Co), KY under the Kentucky Land Warrant Series.
Nearing the end, James made his will in June 1831. This
will is on file in Cumberland Co. His will mentions his
daughter Elizabeth, his son Joel, and 2 grandson's William
and Allen Lee.

James Brock Will - Book C, Page 12. Typed and proof read.

In the name of God amen, James Brock of Cumberland County and state of Kentucky being sound in mind and memory, but Knowing that it is appointed for all men to die, and laboring under some affliction of Body, I do make and
ordain this my last will and testament, I commit my soul to God that Gave it and my body to the Ground to be buried in a decent Christian like manner at the discretion of my friends believing that I shall receive it again at the Great day of Judgment and touching such worldly substance as it hath pleased God to bless me with. I Give and dispose of the same in the following manner to wit that all my just debts be paid I give and bequeath to my wife Milly during her natural life the following property to wit one bay mare named Slily and saddle, two cows and calves such as she may choose, two beds and furniture as will be necessary as much of my Kitchen furniture as will be necessary for her to have my cupboard furniture together with the ceral and airning table all the chairs
and one chest and as many hogs as my executors may Think necessary for her to have. I leave my negroe boy Ellock to my wife during her life to make on the farm or to be hired out as my executors may think proper for the support of
wife together with my dwelling house and all that lott of land from a conditional line made with my self and Allen Brock west of said line which lies in the state of Kentucky all the above named property is to be under the
control and direction of my executors have after named for the support and benefit of my wife Milly Brock, and I have neglected naming only there which would before her comfort and support. I wish the same furnished out of my estate and as much of the property as may Remain at my wives death that I Gave her I want equally divided amongst my children with the exception of my son Allen who is to have no interest in the Negroe boy Ellock provided he takes a
piece of land which I will hereafter name the peace of land above named lies between George Brocks and Allen Brocks line, Beginning on a corner made by George Brock and my self running a strait line to a corner made by Allen Brock and my self west of said Allens in the swamp and case that said Allen thinks proper to take the above named peace of land hes to have no interest in the
first division of property but in case he does not take the above named land then an equal interest with the rest of the of the heirs in all the property that I have and when the above named property is divided as directed all the balance of my property consisting of land and Negroes stock and property of all kinds to be equally divided with my children as hereafter directed, Elizabeth Crawford, Joel Brock, G.A. Brock, Polly Harris, Allen Brock, Malinda Pool, Marieae Guthery, these being lawful heirs. I wish them to divide my property by sale or otherwise as they can agree the children of my daughter Ann Lee I Give them one dollar a piece of Good and lawful and its all of my estate that I ever intended them to have who ever may get my negroe woman Rose it is my will and wish that she have liberty of taking with her the little property that she
claims consisting of a bed, spinning wheel, bed stead, bed cora, bed clothes, I constitute and appoint my two sons George & Allen Brocks my Executors for the purpose in this my last will and testament, As witness my hand & seal this 19th of June 1831.
James McDonnold
C Noland
John Crouch

Kentucky Cumberland County SCT
I Milton King clerk of the County Court for said County do Certify that the written last will of James Brock was produced at September Term 1831 and proven by the oaths of James McDonold C Noland and John Crouch and ordered to be
recorded, The 2 subscribing witnesses and the same is truly entered of Record in my said office in Will Book C P 12. Given under my hand this 3 day of October 1831.

Milton King

1 2
•Birth: 1750 in Surry Co., NC 3 4
•Death: SEP 1831 in Cumberland, Kentucky 5

Marriage 1 Living
Children
1. Joel BROCK b: 8 MAY 1785 in North Carolina
2. Elizabeth (Betsy) BROCK b: 1782 in Halifax, North Carolina, USA
3. Anna BROCK b: ABT 1784 in North Carolina

Marriage 2 Mildred Milly CRANE b: ABT 1757 in Surry Co., NC
Children
1. George Ambrose BROCK b: 9 MAR 1789 in Knoxville, Tennessee
2. Mary Polly BROCK b: ABT 1791 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
3. Allen BROCK b: 13 APR 1794 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
4. Malinda BROCK b: 22 JUN 1798 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
5. Matilda BROCK b: 30 DEC 1806 in Jackson, Tennessee

Sources:
1.Abbrev: Crawford, Kevan Web Site
Title: Kevan Crawford, http://pages.prodigy.net/dr_fission/family.htm
Page: http://pages.prodigy.net/dr_fission/family.htm 2.Abbrev: Raymond W. Schuknecht
Title: Records form Raymond W. Schuknecht (609 North Broadway
Knob Noster, MO 65336-1117)
Knob Noster, MO 65336-1117.
Text: Much of the information on James Brock and family was gathered from files from Raymond W. Schuknecht. 3.Abbrev: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5977, Date of
Title: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5977, Date of Import: Dec 28, 1996 4.Abbrev: Broderbund WFT 1 Tree 822
Title: Broderbund WFT 1 Tree 822
Page: WFT 2 Tree 0323 5.Abbrev: Raymond W. Schuknecht
Title: Records form Raymond W. Schuknecht (609 North Broadway
Knob Noster, MO 65336-1117)
Knob Noster, MO 65336-1117.
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