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Re: Thomas (Joesph ?) Inscore
Posted by: Pat Date: August 03, 2000 at 06:52:16
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Joesph Inscore by Shelby Inscore of 96

I don't know if I would be much help. I don't know if his middle name is Joesph,this is what I was told as a child, but now I find on my Uncle's Social Security application,it's written Joshua. I think my Grandfather was born in 1876. I do know my Grandfather was married a couple of times.His first wife died, I believe she had two sons named Claud & Thomas. In Oklahoma, he married my Dad's mother(Marie).She had 4 children,a set of twin boys,bd 1922,( my Dad is one of), a daughter( she lives in Florida) & then another son(Robert Earl). The boys were put in an Oklahoma orphanage around 1927, out skirts of Oklahoma City, after my Grandmother( bd. 1895) died.The youngest, was adopted by a family named Martin in Oklahoma. Both my uncles are deceased.My Grandfather moved back to California and remarried. He's deceased.
Are their any Inscores from California in this book? Is the name Inscore, Scottish?
Are their pictures in the book?
Do you know of the Maxwell & Christina Inscore book?
If you know anything more, please let me know Pat


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