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JAMES Family
Posted by: Linda Thank (ID *****8292) Date: October 20, 2003 at 20:08:59
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MY JAMES family only living male moved on to Colorado after death of his parents. John H.James died in Kansas or Nebraska at age 58 in 1899. Can't find any death Certificate. Mary E. James, his wife, died after 1910. Can't find her death certificate. Both lived in Lincoln City as far as I can find out with my long-distance research abilities.

The son, William and his wife, Mary E. (weird concidence!), and 4 children Maybelle, Mary, Wilma, and Myrtle all seem to have moved on or? I have no information on any of the girls as per marriages, etc. They were 11, 9, 7, and 3 in 1910.

I would like to know if there is someone who lives fairly close to resources of the state capital and/or libraries and/or county of Lancaster courthouse who would be willing to hire as a research for this family from circa 1882 up to 1911 or 1912. I really need to find out about this family!

They listed 5 children born and 4 living in 1910. Our grandpa JAMES (Harry) was born in 1878 in the Oklahoma Territories and we just can't find him anywhere in the 1880 census and only connection to them is Grandpa's social security registration.

Best Regards and Thank You,
Linda and Tom in Washington State


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