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Re: Sixkiller,Foreman,Crittenden,Rollins
Posted by: Dee Ferguson-Sutton (ID *****5830) Date: April 20, 2003 at 23:37:28
In Reply to: Re: Sixkiller,Foreman,Crittenden,Rollins by Michael White of 237

Hi Mike: Doesn't say much:
Pg. 422 in the bio of Zachariah Taylor Langley written by Franklin A. Mahan:'Martha E. married Marshall J. Wagnon and is the mother of one child, Julian M.'
Pg. 747 in the bio of Tom and Eula Whitmire Family written by Winifred Berk: 'Eula Costen Whitmire grew up on the farm her mother had inherited and which was originally settled by the Woodalls, her grandparents, when they came from Marietta, GA in 1837. Eula's mother was Margaret Marshall Wagnon. She was the daughter of Margaret Woodall and Marshall Wagnon, who was killed at the Battle of Fayetteville, Arkansas, in the Civil War. Margaret Wagnon's first husband, and my grandfather (the author's) was William Costen. And the story goes on to tell more of the Whitmire family. There is also a photo of Margaret Marshall Wagnon.If you would like me to copy the article and photo please email me personally with a mailing address and will try to get it mailed by the end of next week.
Dee


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