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Re: Troublefield, Scott family
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: November 26, 2008 at 08:08:38
In Reply to: Troublefield, Scott family by Neal Chance of 121

North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975
about Neal Clarence Troublefield
Name: Neal Clarence Troublefield
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 68
Birth Date: 28 Nov 1897
Birth Place: Marlboro, South Carolina, United States
Death Date: 21 Mar 1966
Death Location: Laurinburg, Scotland
Spouse's Name: Liza Jane Locklear
Father's Name: Sam Troublefield
Mother's Name: Caroline
RESIDENCE: Laurinburg, Scotland, North Carolina

1910 census, Stewartsville, Scotland, North Carolina
Samuel Troublefield 56 SC
Mary Troublefield 38 Mary Jane Locklear, 2nd wife
Neill C Troublefield 14
John L Troublefield 13
Solomon Troublefield 11
Samuel Troublefield 9
Roland Troublefield 7
May E Troublefield 5
Hector Troublefield 9/12
Edward Troublefield 5
Mattie Troublefield 3
Eliza Troublefield 24 sister SC
Lewis Troublefield 30 brother SC

1880 census, Hebron, Marlboro, South Carolina
Samuel Trowblville 23
Caroline Trowblville 30
May A. Trowblville 12
Henretta Trowblville 7
Georganna Trowblville 5
Walter Trowblville 3
Tracy Trowblville 6M
They are listed as white

This is all I can find

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