You have done an incredible amount of work. I have always loved researching but only recently got into family trees. It was in November of 08 that I started. On my husbands side there is one of the many Frances who is my husbands great grandmother. I can add some to that information from family knowledge.
Frances was married to Joseph Darlington May 8, 1886. He was her 2nd husband. Her first was a Smith. My husbands grandmother, was Frances and Josephs child. Her name was Glennie Dora Darlington. One of the census said Darling/Darlington. Glennie married Charles Lee Ingram. b-1884 Glennie was born November 2 1895 and died Feb 9 1966. She was buried at Corinth cemetery in Columbia County Florida. I am fairly certain that Frances passed away in Levy Cty and was buried there as well.
Frances's father John J was born Jan 14, 1835 Hamilton Cty Florida and died in Cedar Keys, Levy Cty Fl.
I will keep watch of your site because one of my brick walls is Elihu, Frances G Grandfather, by way of John and his father Joseph.
My mother in law Mary Ingram D looked Indian as did her mother Glennie. There was a family picture of an Indian who was a family member. (house burned down and the picture is gone) I have learned that some of the South Carolina Oglesbys married Indian wives. Just one more of life's mysteries that I may never find the answer to. Enjoyed your site, thanks for sharing. Lynnda
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