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Re: Aaron Crowson m RHODA Lovelady
Posted by: Ruby Prescott Date: February 19, 2000 at 05:57:27
In Reply to: Re: Aaron Crowson m RHODA Lovelady by Ken Crowson of 426

I got in at one o'clock this morning from spending a couple of days in Noxubee Co. Miss. I fond the marriage Lic. of Rhoda Lovelady Crowson and Turner Cobb. They were married on April 19, 1843. As you all know she was in Houston
Co., Tx. in the 1850 census. We don't know if
Turner Cobb died or maybe they divorced is the reason she went by the Crowson name again. I am leaving again in about an hour
and I am new at this computer. If I can figure out how to scan the marriage Lic. I
will post it when I get back. I felt like
this was a great find! Also in the Noxubee
library was a folder someone had sent in
called, "Uniting the Lovelady Family", by
Wilma Baldwin Moore. It is seven pages long
and can be found in Smoky Mountain Historical
Society-Journal News Letter Vol.XXII Winter
1996 # 4. I did get to see Obed Lovelady
estate packet. He died intestate. Because
the papers were so fragil, I was not allowed
to copie very many of them. Three in fact.
He left minor children as well as married children. I could not find Obed and Christine were buried, but they
died and are buried in Noxubee Co. Miss.
Hope this helps.
Ruby Prescott


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