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Re: Possible epidemic between 1850-1860
Posted by: barbara seelye (ID *****6484) Date: January 18, 2009 at 15:16:24
In Reply to: Re: Possible epidemic between 1850-1860 by Leanna W. of 835

Thanks Leanna, all information appreciated. My guess of cause of their deaths is the same as yours.

I am almost positive that the parents and oldest sons died in between 1850-1860. Anything is possible and they could have gone to war but have found no records. I have search and another Blades cousin has searched and only the two youngest sons (our respective ancesters (15 and 12 years old) were left living with another family in 1960.

Yes thanks, that was my Francis Marion Blades in the Civil War, Missouri.

Thanks again,
Barbara



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