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Re: William T. Leming 1885 & Pearl Curtis
Posted by: Michael Brown (ID *****3687) Date: September 01, 2006 at 15:08:50
In Reply to: Re: William T. Leming 1885 & Pearl Curtis by Anne G of 220

Anne,

I really appreciate all the information. You have done a great job. However, I have searched the 1830 Census here in Ancestry.com for any Layman in Blount County and find none. I also went to the Blount County web page and looked at the 1830 Census index (only 90% complete) and it does not show any Layman's or Lemon's or Leming's, etc. Do you have a book of the 1830 Census records that shows the information you provided? I did find the Layman's in Sevier County in Ancestry.com. I appreciate you help and information. I want to try to trace this William and the Blount County birth is what is throwing me off. I guess the family could have moved between his birth and the time of the 1830 Census since he lived in Polk Co. and Monroe Co. also. Probably in NC also since several of his children were born there. By the way, the pension records also mention that Lucinda Hooper Carter, his second wife, was also his third cousin. Does Lucinda tie into your Hoopers?

Thanks
Mike


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