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Posted by: Robin Ezell Date: July 12, 2000 at 22:08:31
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James Ernest Reeves and Mabell Laura Clement married in 1907 at Doughtery. She was from Mansfield and he, from Stonewall. They are listed in the 1910 Murray Co. Census. I can't read the division name, tho it appears to say Wentown Inc.? It is dwelling 52, house 35.... sheet 20 pg. 2B. District # appears to be a D? Enumeration Dist. No. 200. Can anyone tell me based on this information where this may have been?

James Henry CLEMENT, married Ruth LEE, NOV 10,1903 in DAVIS. This was a second marriage for both. Her children are listed in the 1920 Carter Co. Hewitt Territory Census as Sara, age 24 and George, age 26.
their children are listed as John W. 15, Nelson 13, Dorsie 12, Stanley 10. George is listed as having a wife Mary M. living in the household also.
James Henry Clement was married first to Liddy Ann Feebe Carter. Their children as listed in the 1900 Hewitt Territory Census were: Minnie L, James H. Lillie E. Carrie A. Mabell L. there was also a niece Rachel living with them.
Rachel is the daughter of James Henry Clement's brother Peter R. There was also a J.M. I believe this name to be John as I have old pictures of him that belonged to my great grandparents.
If anyone connects to this line, please contact me. I would love to share information.
Also, would appreciate if anyone has a cemetery book to check for James Henry Clement Sr. I know James H. "Uncle Bud" Clement Jr. is buried in the Sulphur-Davis area, don't know where.
Any information is appreciated.

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