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Re: Williams Family--Clarke Co. MS. 1860
Posted by: Janice Neal Guin Date: November 25, 2001 at 19:05:18
In Reply to: Re: Williams Family--Clarke Co. MS. 1860 by Billy F. Beckman of 424

Thank you Mr. Beckman. You have more information than I can give you , and yes my grandmother was Martha Frances who was married to Josh Dunnam and my mother is Gladys that is the remaining one of 17 at 91. I noticed that you have already been in touch with Rogene Tedder and she was the one that has the book which I'm sure you got a lot of your information from. I can add a little to this. Viola was married to my daddy Edward Neal's half-brother. Also Aunt Bell was married to Daddy's cousin as well as Aunt Belle. I could never figure out how we were kin to Sarah Ophelia as everybody I knew called her "Aunt Feede." And you have the Hayman and Lilly connection so what you have is what I read in Mama's book. You might say I am kin to myself.That's the reason I don't do much of this stuff..occasionally! Another one I noticed was Buss Robinson(but that was not his name), and I think that he is buried at Buckatunna close to Snell. Thanks again for the memories of Uncle Bud, Aunt Lizzie, Aunt Feede, and Aunt Belle. All the others were dead when I was born..


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