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Re: Rebecca (Cintha?) Digby
Posted by: Nannette Worrell Serra (ID *****2802) Date: November 22, 2003 at 17:39:26
In Reply to: Re: Rebecca (Cintha?) Digby by Martha Barnett of 170

I'm going to Birmingham for Thanksgiving. I'll try to break away and do some genealogies and see what I can find on John Thomas Digby. The only census I've looked up Thomas Jefferson Worrell in is the 1860 and the 1900 and I didn't note that he was living with anyone children in the 1900 census but I could have just overlooked it. I will look up the 1900 census again and the 1870 and 1880 census and see if I can find either John Thomas Digby or T. J. Worrell. T. J. Worrell wrote two letters that I know of from camp in the Civil War. One was to "Uncle William Barnett" and the other was to "My Dunkin Cousins." I don't remember a mention of John Thomas Digby. There were some Thomas Worrells running around and I hope I did not confuse John Thomas Digby with any of the Thomas Worrells on the census. However, the only child I have been able to trace to T. J. Worrell and Rebecca Digby is a William Worrell 1862.


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