Thank you for the response. I should have been more specific. I have quite a bit of information about the Glantons & Roddys--also a little about the Haggards--prior to the 1871 Homes-Glanton marriage. What I don't have is any clues about what became of John O. Homes & Margaret Glanton afterwards or where John came from. The marriage record index lists John's age as 23 and Margaret's as 19. I'm pursuing the possibility that Margaret is the same person as the Emma Glanton recorded in the 1860 Jackson & 1870 Woodruff County census--my theory is that she was called Emma (perhaps her middle name) as a child because she shared her first name with her mother and grandmother (Margaret Hill Glanton Roddy). I didn't have the Civil War info about the Haggard brothers--if they are the ones listed in Margaret Haggard Glanton's family in 1850 (age 4) and 1860 (age 13), they were really young soldiers. Of course, there were many that age who served. Interesting that they were on opposing sides. Which of these families is your primary research interest? I may have something about it I can share. Mine is the Glantons.
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