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Re: Sherman T. Bone!
Posted by: Evelyn Franklin (ID *****9090) Date: April 30, 2014 at 08:57:39
In Reply to: Sherman T. Bone! by REITA PARKS of 678

In the 1900 Paulding Census I find John T. Bone and Mary E., with children Lee, Randal, Marvin, Clifford, and Sherman. They were married over 20 years. In 1880 (no 1890 census) I find John T., Elizabeth, and children Etter, Ida, Hattie, and Lee. The mother could be Mary Elizabeth.

There are so many John Bones in Paulding that finding his parents could be difficult.

I descend from the Adairs who frequently married the Bones.


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