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Re: Erastus-Joseph S.-Jeremiah-William---
Posted by: B. Slocumb Date: May 10, 2000 at 14:58:01
In Reply to: Re: Erastus-Joseph S.-Jeremiah-William--- by Renee Werth of 342

I don't have any other marriage listed for Joseph S., maybe you have a different Joseph? If he was married more than once, it would have had to have been before he married Rebecca Sims. Rebecca was married three times, first to Joseph's brother William who was killed in the battle of Nashville, then to Joseph S, and they had three children (Alice, William, and Erastus- William died at about a year old). Joseph, Rebecca, and three of her brothers then went to Sabine County, Texas and opened a sawmilll. Joseph died of a fever shortly after, and the family returned to Alabama, where Rebecca married a third time to John Robinson, and they had at least one child (Julius) and possibly two (Johnnie?). John, Rebecca, and Julius are buried together, Julius died in infancy and John's name is misspelled as Robertson on his grave. I believe they are buried at Payne Cemetary, but I will have to check my notes.
The info I have on Ann Rhame is: Ann was the daughter of Jeremiah Rhame and Ann Elizabeth Bradley. Her siblings were Abigail, Jeremiah Jr, Ebeneezer, Bradley, Asa Benoni, and Jesse V. I have other details on that family if you would like them. Let me know.


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