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Re: Singletary vs Singleterry spelling
Posted by: Helen Boyles (ID *****0925) Date: September 21, 2003 at 14:44:28
In Reply to: Singletary vs Singleterry spelling by Linda Adams of 960

My Singleterry/Singletary line go like this:
Robt SINGLETERRY born abt. 1828 N.C., married Sevena F., born in 1829 in Ga.. They had 3 children Seth born abt. 1858, Handy born abt. 1859 and William born abt 1865 in Brazos Co.,Tx., and his name was changed to SINGLETARY. I believe all 3 children were born in Texas and Robert and Sevena were married in Texas. Information from Grimes Co.,1880 Census. William was my children's gr grandfather. William married Bette unknown around 1884, and they had 3 girls: Addie, Eva, Una and 3 boys, Carl, Jim and Grover. Una was grandmother of my children. Does this fit into your line? Willing to share information.
Helen in Texas

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