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Re: griffin in 1900
Posted by: LaMyra Morton (ID *****2193) Date: August 17, 2003 at 10:47:37
In Reply to: Re: griffin in 1900 by Vicki Walker of 1238

Yes, that seems to clarify things. I now feel comfortable that the Ellen Lloyd of Montgomery, Alabama who appears in the social security death index is, in fact, my mother's Aunt Gussie, that I've struggled to find documentation on for a long time. Everything there seems to be fitting now. Her husband was Oscar C. Lloyd and like her father, grandfather, and g-grandfather, was a Methodist minister. Their ministry work seems to have kept them on the move. I have also now found her with her husband in Mississippi Co., Ark in 1920 (her name was spelled something like 'Austa_a' there)and Hale Co., Ala. in 1930.

By 1920, G. B. Griffin and Nannie were living in Izard Co., Arkansas, near daughters Lucy and Nellie, where he dies in 1921. I do not know what became of Nannie Emerson Griffin after his death. Perhaps she moved back closer to her family--I know nothing about them.
Thank You,
LaMyra


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