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Re: Daniel F. McElyea - possibly two of them
Posted by: Anna Baxter Date: February 09, 2002 at 19:17:19
In Reply to: Re: Daniel F. McElyea - possibly two of them by Debbi Geer of 335


Debbie,

I think you are wright about Elizabeth. I went back and checked my papers. There's no way she could have passed away in 1848 when she showed up on the 1850 census. I started to think about how Grandpa Daniel's bible was all messed up. He or someone had put all deaths in a row, and birth in another. Sometines he had them to gether. Most of the marriges were together. Could the Elizabeth who passed away June 6 1848, been someone other than his child?

The only ones I have heard about are:

Thomas Oct.7,1853

Lamira [Aunt Mide] Sept. 11, 1875, She married George Parker, Aunt Mide died in Marion co., and was buried in Wild Cat cemt.

Amanda [Aunt Mandy]Apirl 1,1867-m.May 2, 1886 to John Langston

Leehency [Aunt Hency] Sept. 2, 1865- m Ezckiel Langston

Perry Dec. 26, 1869

Elonza April 8,1873-d.Apirl 23,1952 m.Oct.11,1898 to Eliza Bookout

I know I have all this stuf out of order. I'm not felling to good right now, and can't think to well. I have missed placed my family page on Danial.

I'm sorry Debbie, I can't finish nomore tonight.

Anna







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