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Re: Neosho Co Marriages, 1864-1915
Posted by: Sharon TRIMMELL Pierpont Date: July 10, 2000 at 22:25:24
In Reply to: Re: Neosho Co Marriages, 1864-1915 by Marla of 358

Marla,
Thank you so much. Every little bit helps! I have found the Trimmell name spelled Grimili. (on the IGI) Now, Robert W. Dougherty, my GG Uncle, has been elusive. I didn't know his wife's name, just that she died in Arkansas. Found a RW in Wilson CTY 1895 census. Also, that his two daughters were Mary & Martha. Maybe there was not a daughter named Mary? I was told that Martha married in Neosho County in 1897 to George Nicholas Bryan. The person giving the info got me that far and stopped. He was one of her descendants. This family has been a stumper. Another stumper has been Cathrine Roche and Samuel Bevenue. (My son-in-law's family.)

Thanks Again,
Sharon Trimmell Pierpont


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