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Re: Marriner of North Carolina
Posted by: Nancy Packer (ID *****2755) Date: April 05, 2011 at 11:57:40
In Reply to: Re: Marriner of North Carolina by Bill Facenda of 138

I am trying to get more information about a Thomas J. Marriner who appears in the 1850 and 1860 censuses as the son of W. R. (or "Whorley) and Emma (or "Emily") Marriner of Lees Mill, Washington County. He disappears from the 1870 census, but then is back in 1880, married to Sarah, with several children. By 1900, their son, Thomas J. (b. 1884), is living with his uncle in Lees Mill, so I'm assuming that both Thomas and Sarah have died. Do you have any information on their fate?


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