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Re: Who was Jane?
Posted by: Kathleen Innis Topp (ID *****6610) Date: March 11, 2011 at 08:46:09
In Reply to: Re: Who was Jane? by Jim Loden of 699

Joseph Barnwell McClendon was my g-g-g-gandfather, through his marriage to Elizabeth Gipson. Their son, Preston Elbert, was my g-g grandfather.

You said Preston and MA (which would be Mary Ann Texas Lee) had a daughter who died at birth (we just found her grave in Schaberg cemetery) but they had several more daughters, one being my grandmother, Frances Emmaline. She had 4 other sisters. 3 of those 4 were "spinsters". They were sweet and funny and lived their whole lives in Winslow, Arkansas. They were always referred to as "The Aunts" and all lived together their whole adult lives. Their names were Alice, Jewell and Rose. Alice was a school teacher in Winslow. The other sister I know of is Martha. I've met her daughter, Goldia.

My grandmother, Preston's daughter Frances Emmaline "Emma", married John LeMars "Lee" Innis. They had 5 children, one being my dad, Glen Uvalde Innis. Emma lived her whole life in Winslow. She, her husband, 2 sons, her sisters and her parents are buried in the Coil Cemetery in Winslow, Arkansas.

If you might have any information about Preston's father, Joseph Barnwell, or his other, Elizabeth Gipson, I'd love
to know. I have nothing about their parents or families.

Kathy Innis Topp

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