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Re: Collett Leventhorpe - burial place
Posted by: Patricia King (ID *****1795) Date: June 24, 2003 at 10:42:15
In Reply to: Collett Leventhorpe - burial place by Joyce Holland Boyles of 2352

I noticed your message and I have searched for him also in the Rutherford County cemeteries (on-line) without success. Someone on my family tree was named for him (Collett L. Miller) and I wondered about the name. Collett Leventhorpe is listed in the 1850 RCNC census as a medical doctor and in the 1870 RCNC census as "No occupation" and he is living with his in-laws - Edmond and Ursilla Bryan. All of those in the household are NOT in the 1880 census. It would seem that they perhaps moved out of RCNC as Reconstruction was very violent there. You may want to see if you can find any of the Bryans (Edmond Jr. was only 25 in 1870) in the 1880 census on-line at LDS website familysearch.org.

If you know of any Miller connection to the Bryans or Leventhorpes, I would really appreciate hearing from you.


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