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LYBRAND line: SC>Grant Co.AR 1800s
Posted by: Nancy Clayton Date: June 27, 2001 at 13:20:00
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Hello Lybrand researchers: I am working on the LYBRAND family who lived in Jefferson County and then Grant County Arkansas in the mid 1800s. Here is my connection:

1.....Abraham R. LYBRAND
(also called Abe or Abram)
b. abt 1832 (South Carolina?)
d. aft 1868 ___________
m. Emaline DUGAN
(also called Pulina DOUGAN)
b. 25 JUN 1831 __________
d. aft 1868 __________
Father: Thomas DOUGAN
Mother: Hester KIMBROUGH
(Info on Thomas & Hester from

2....Juliah (Julia) Emaline Elizabeth LYBRAND
b. 8 FEB 1865 Grant County,Arkansas
d. 26 SEP 1928 Walker County, Texas
m. Joseph Henry LUCAS
(also called Josephus)
b. JUN 1854 Charleston, South Carolina (one record says: 4 OCT 1858)
d. 20 NOV 1929 Grimes County, Texas
Father: James A. LUCAS
Mother: Caroline _________

3....Daniel Arthur LUCAS
b. 23 MAY 1890 Bell County, Texas
d. _________
m. Lula Caroline COLBURN

4....Arthur Leo LUCAS
b. 1919 Grimes County, Texas
d. _____

A note on Abraham R. LYBRAND: He served in Company A, Crawford's Arkansas Infantry Regiment during the War Between the States.

Would love to find a little more history on my LYBRAND line -- is Abraham from the South Carolina line who moved to Arkansas?

Thanks, Nancy :-)


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