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Re: Obit Help for Sansing Family
Posted by: Jim Breece (ID *****1771) Date: June 22, 2009 at 20:03:30
In Reply to: Re: Obit Help for Sansing Family by Dale O'Connor of 1000

I do have some information for you on Luster's children;

1. Lorna Maxine
2. Sherman Lee
3. Ada Irene, she married T.J. Gibbs and had at least 3 children, Rebecca Ann, Cuba and Michael.
4. Ben Frank, he married Lois Magness and had at least 2 children, Frankie and Bobbie.

The Sansing line is not related to me, some of their descendants by other names are related. My connection to the family is: (A)My gg-grandfather William Breece, after the death of his first wife (my gg-grandmother) married Mollie Prudence Sansing in 1872. (B) My gg-uncle Pleasant Breece (son of William) married Dora Sansing, she being a sister to Mollie. (C) Josephine Sansing, younger sister to Mollie and Dora married James Baker, James was the nephew of William Breece. All three Sansing girls were the daughters of Jonathan Sansing. I hope all this has not confused you.

Maud Bell Davidson who married Sherman Blevins would be a distant cousin, and they were the parents of Essie Blevins who married Luster. My mother was a Davidson and would be a second cousin to Maud.

I hope this is of some help, I do have more information and if you have a specific question I will try to answer it.Please use my email: jlbreece@windstream.net

Jim


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