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Re: Peacock's, Eng. Immigrants ca 1850 Phillips Twp.
Posted by: sharon Date: January 04, 2002 at 07:36:14
In Reply to: Re: Peacock's, Eng. Immigrants ca 1850 Phillips Twp. by John E. Spencer of 829

John, I dont know much about the Caplingers. Thanks for your info. I did not know James was a photographer. That could be where all the pictures came from. The Caplingers married into afew of my family lines. Such as the Motsingers, Keasters, Spains, Corders, Bones and Parks. These familys stayed mostly around Williamson County in Illinois.I didn't find the picture you mentioned, but I do have a picture of a man alone that does have big hands and a large chin. He has light brown to blonde hair. My aunt has alot more pictures. The next time I am up her way I will look out for the picture you mentioned. I am in the Little Rock,Ar. area if you ever need anything in this area give me a yell. Sharon


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