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FORD: TN>MO>KS>TN: 1800-19??
Posted by: Jackie Johnston Date: March 13, 2002 at 17:08:57
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I am looking for information on a family of FORD's that lived near the Missouri River areas of Saline, Carroll and Lafayette counties. They were the children of James W. and Beckie (TODD) Ford. James may have not made it all the way to Missouri. Some of the older children were born in the Middleton, Hardamen County area of Tennessee. Some or all of them may have lived in the Coffee-Cannon-Grundy Counties areas of Tennessee in the 1870. They had several children. James Thomas "Jim" FORD-married several times last names of the ones I know were Margaret FENNER, Sallie EARP, and Pearl MCGAUGH; William Jasper "Bill"- married Will Ann EARP; Hiram Newton "Newt"-married Alice P. HACKETT; Frances "Fannie"-married George M. SENSIBLE; John Calvin-married unknown; Jess L.-married Eulia (last name unknown); Luther married Rosie YOUNG and possible another sister named Izora Billey who also may have not made it to Missouri. They may have connection in Lafayette, Saline and Carroll Counties.

I believe that Jermina Becki Todd-Ford may have married a man with the last name of GREEN at some point.

Several of the boys in this family moved to Pittsburg, Crawford County, Kansas to work for awhile sometime around 1910-1920.

Known Townships or towns were Waverly, Middleton , Dewitt, Wakenda, Malta Bend and Waverly.

Tennessee township were Beech Grove and Woodbury.

If anyone remembers anything about this family I would be interested in what you have to help me.

Any information on these families would be appreciated. Spelling of names may vary. Thanks in advance.


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