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Re: Minnie E. Myers Hall, lived Maysville in 1910
Posted by: Bob Mayse (ID *****3585) Date: June 24, 2010 at 06:28:29
In Reply to: Minnie E. Myers Hall, lived Maysville in 1910 by Chandler Eavenson of 393

Earlier tried e-mailing you a response, Chandler, but the overture was returned nondelivered. I can fill in a few blanks for you, about Minnie. She was born in 1882 & a grandchild of Giles Thompson by his own third marriage. Minnie was the first-born child of Giles Thompson & wife Ellen Jackson's own first-born daughter Myrtie Thompson & her husband Dick Randolph, whose initial site of married residence was at Wallville (named for Myrtie's stepfather Sam Wall). Minnie Randolph first married Will Myers (born in KS), & following his death in 1906, became remarried to George Hall. My book of 2008, 'Onward To Oklahoma' details Minnie's maternal 'Thompson' origins, dating back to early 1800s South Carolina, & paternal 'Randolph' origins extending back to Dick's upbringing in southwestern Missouri, also referencing that family's prior background in Tennessee. Otherwise explored are similar details regarding the family of Minnie's maternal grandmother Ellen Jackson. In case a copy of the book might be of interest to you, please contact me at <>. Bob Mayse

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