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! rebuilding my Sabine Parish database after program glitch!
Posted by: JKathye [Payne] Upham (ID *****9916) Date: June 19, 2004 at 05:19:57
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In Jan 2003, my ancestry program dumped about 75% of all of my notes and documentation and deleted almost all of my Sabine Parish kinfolk completely after I had spent years to finding, sorting and documenting their intricate maze of cousin marriages.....so I am scrounging around the message boards looking for information I posted and recvd to try and rebuild my Sabine Parish ancestry database.
FYI: 4 of the chn of my 4g-g/parents Wyatt Anderson & Nancy [McFadden] settled in Sabine Parish before 1840. They are:
(#1) Wade Anderson
1st married Cynthia [Litton]
2nd married Emeline [Vines]
3rd married Mrs Martha Jane [Pace] Brown
4th married Annie J Sneed
(#2) Thomas Jefferson Anderson
1st married Mary A [Barr]
2nd married Mrs Mary [Brown] McGee
(#3) Sarah [Anderson
married John Crutchfield (aka Scritchfield)
#4 Mahala [Anderson]
married Alanson Barr Sr
ALSO, my 4g-uncle, Stephen English settled in Sabine Parish before 1840
married Mary Polly [Litton]
I would be deeply grateful if you can share any information - especially marriage, birth, death, burial records etc !! My heartfelt thanks, Kathye email kupham@houston.rr.com


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