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Re: Avery Shannon Wallace
Posted by: Kathleen Burgar (ID *****1714) Date: April 19, 2013 at 19:59:26
In Reply to: Avery Shannon Wallace by Joan Estes of 39442

I would have thought that both chidlren would ahve gone to the sister!

I dont have aproblem with the birth dates

if Cozy born in Feb of 96 then 18 months makes its Aug 97

Avery born march of 97 would be 5 months then

I would get a copy of the original death cert and see who gave the info about the death. May aslo give address where he died.

Shannon Wallace in 1900 lives alone and by 1910 he has remarried





Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
about Della Kimble

Name:Della Kimble[Della N]
Marriage Date:Nov 15 1889
Marriage County:Boone
Birth Date:abt 1873
Estimated Birth Year:1873
Age:16
Gender:Female
Father Name:Isaac N
Mother Name:Livia Spencer


Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
about Shannon Wallace
Name:Shannon Wallace
Spouse Name:Della Kimble
Marriage Date:Nov 15 1889
Marriage County:Boone



his names seems to have been Abraham Shannon Wallace and not Shannon Avery according to several on line trees


some states had a census in 1895 but dont know if Indiana did


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