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Stokes Family in TN, GA, MS, OK, TX, & KS.
Posted by: Donna Carnall (ID *****7887) Date: September 10, 2004 at 13:37:35
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I am researching the Stokes name in the following states: Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas, & Kansas.

In particular, the following Stokes line:
Robert A. Stokes (b.ca 1877, MS; father b.GA; mother b.MS). Robert m. ca. 1901, Hester __?__ (b.ca 1877, MS; father b.TN; mother b.AL).
Their children were:
Sykes Bradley Stokes (b.ca 1902, OK)
Marie Stokes (b.ca 1908, TX)

I have found them in the following censuses:
1910--Justice Precinct #4, Clay Co., TX
1920--Pauls Valley Twp., Garvin Co., OK
1930--I have good reason to believe that Robert A. Stokes was in Oklahoma Co., OK in 1930; & Sykes Bradley Stokes, listed as S.B. Stokes was in Cleveland Co., OK in 1930. At this moment, I do NOT have a way of looking up the 1930 census to make sure. Robert may be with or without wife Hester in the 1930 census, because I'm told she remarried (possibly to a Mr. Eaton). Not sure if she remarried as a divorcee or a widow. So, if there was a divorce, Robert may have remarried, also. So, his wife in 1930 Census (if it lists one) may not carry the name of Hester.

Any info at all will be greatly appreciated!!!

Thank you,
Donna



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