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Re: 1880 & 1900 Soundex/census TN abt 15 Rittenberry fams
Posted by: Sherry (ID *****1178) Date: September 09, 2002 at 17:03:29
In Reply to: Re: 1880 & 1900 Soundex/census TN abt 15 Rittenberry fams by Richard of 31


Thanks, I did not have some of the census information. I am not sure who John's parents were but can tell you that there is probably a relationship with the Campbell family. Alma Rittenberry who is buried in H.C. Campbell Cemetery (along with some more Rittenberrys) is one of the people who wrote a letter on behalf of Elvira's request for a Confederate pension. E-mail me if you want any information about John's service as I have his military records as well. Lavonia was a school teacher and at least one of the sons was a photographer. Elvira was still living with Lavonia in the 1920 census.


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