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Re: Micca England and William Hallum
Posted by: Rick Elkins (ID *****5443) Date: August 23, 2012 at 05:09:37
In Reply to: Re: Micca England and William Hallum by Patricia Adkison of 4236

Patricia -

I have not been able to find out anything on Micca's parents. It shows that she was born in Morristown, TN, but have never found any census records or other information. I have tons of information about her children and the Hallums, but nothing on her. Her daughter Susan Hallum married Milligan Clark Woody. Micca and William moved to the same part of western Kansas, possibly with Milligan and Susan. I also found some records that show that William Wakeley Hallum, William's father, may have moved to western Kansas, too. We have always thought that Micca had Indian blood, but could never make the connection. There are Hallums that married into the Englands that do have Indian blood, which makes it look like a possibility.

Let me know if you are interested in Micca's children or other information and I'll send it to you.

- Rick

There was some old information published about Micca years ago that was incorrect. It said that she and William died in Georgia. We know that is not the case now. All of my information tied to the birth and death dates on the headstones in Ketchum. I believe my data came from Susan Hallum and Milligan Clark Woody. My grandmother was Martha Naomi Woody, Susan and Milligan's daughter. Susan is buried not far from Ketchum in Maysville, Arkansas.

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