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Captain Hall Lingo and Clara Hammell in Ohio/Tampa
Posted by: JMFuller (ID *****3592) Date: February 13, 2004 at 07:48:58
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Captain Hall Lingo and his wife Clara Bell Hammell apparently moved from Hamilton County (Cincinnati) sometime in the late 1800s to Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL. On the 1930 Florida census, children were Robert, Eunice, Harry, Laura, Margarite, Edward, and Captain. Katherine and Helen had already married. The World War I draft records show that Captain registered in Tampa in 1918. This record also shows he was born on May 29, 1880. Any information about this family would be appreciated. Who were his parents/siblings?



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