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Re: William G. Reddin Hardin Co. Tennessee/Ripley Co. Missouri
Posted by: Mark Voigt (ID *****0700) Date: September 08, 2002 at 19:20:53
In Reply to: William G. Reddin Hardin Co. Tennessee/Ripley Co. Missouri by julie parsons of 124

Hi Julie-
I don't have a lot of info on the Reddins, but do have some that you might be interested in. First of all, according to the Ripley CO records, his two <1900 marriages were:

REDDIN, WILLIAM G. BROWN, LIZZIE E. 9 DEC 1896
REDDIN, WILLIAM G. GARTMAN, NETTIE J. 12 FEB 1895

I can tell you that William G. married my great-aunt Ailcie Burlison sometime between 1910 and 1920. They're listed in the 1920 census with some of the kids, and I have some photos taken in the late '20s of Ailcie, some of her kids, and my grandmother (her niece) and my father. I don't really know which how many kids they had together. My understanding is that she was killed in a car accident with her son Carl at the wheel (would have been sometime around 1931/32). I also have some photos of Virgie, Clyde, Joe, and Willam and Pearl Reddin at various ages (most date from '20s to 30s). I have many memories of visiting Carl Reddin and his family iin Ripley county when I was a kid. If you would like copies of the photos, let me know and I'll email them to you. All the best in your own research efforts.
Cheers, Mark


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