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Re: help in reading a name. in Shannon county census 1900
Posted by: Patricia Bogroff (ID *****5769) Date: December 07, 2008 at 05:56:40
In Reply to: Re: help in reading a name. in Shannon county census 1900 by L McCraney of 373

That looks really good, that may explain some of the things.
Why she used Gray. Albert is a half brother than because her death record states she is a Thornton, Lucy looks like that would be her real mother.

Thanks, I am going to look forward into that one.

ps. the 1900 census that shows her name ( unreadable) do you know of index cards that were used maybe the cards would be more readable and under Albert Gray as a cross reference, I was just thinking maybe this happened.

Thanks Patsy



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