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Re: CRYE,Thos. H. m. Clara Dean "Dimple" Castleberry
Posted by: Anita Green (ID *****2499) Date: July 03, 2003 at 08:27:02
In Reply to: Re: CRYE,Thos. H. m. Clara Dean "Dimple" Castleberry by Carlice Barnett of 81

Carlice, I think you have hit upon the line. The Alex J. and Della Crye mentiioned in the 1900 Falukner Co. census are Joseph Alexander and Nancy Ardell "Della" Satterfield Crye coming out of Georgia.

Joseph is found in the 1860 census of Bradley Co. TN age 1 with his family and father and mother, David and Celia Crye. Joseph is then found in 1870 living in Forsythe Co. Georgia at age 11 with a Wallace family as a farm hand. I have never found anything on the David & Celia Crye family, except for Joseph (nothing on the other children of parents). I have speculation who David's father is, but have no documentation to prove this line. There is a George Crye from Texas also searching this line. I can put you in touch with a few addresses of family members who have written me, but they are all dead ended at Joseph Alexander and David.

One lady in OK/TX has a distant g parent who was named Charlie and was married several times, apparently leaving children without records of divorce, but I haven't tied him to this person. I am working on that line, but cannot find court records as I am in TN.
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