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Re: SPILLMAN KY Wagon Train 1869 > TX
Posted by: Sharon Clark Date: November 30, 2000 at 13:34:01
In Reply to: Re: SPILLMAN KY Wagon Train 1869 > TX by Sam Garrison of 275

Hi Sam, Did Thomas come on the Wagon Train, too? I assumed he stayed in Allen Co., KY and died there. My gg-grandparents came to Dallas Co. around 1873. My gg-grandfather, James Monroe SPILLMAN, was Thomas' son, and the brother of your Lucinda who married Raleigh BRITE. If you know anything of this wagon train, I would love to know about it. You were going to send me your Spilman information. If you sent it, please try again because I didn't get it. I don't know anything about Elijah BAKER except what I found on Baker Genforum: "Elijah Baker, b. abt. 1759, is son of Bartholomew Jr., b. 1713, VA; g.son of Bartholomew Sr. b. 9-23-1673 & Elizabeth; and g-g.son of Samuel Baker, b. abt. 1645 & wife Constant. Elijah d. 7-16-1836 in Jefferson Co., MO." I still want to trade information. clarksha@swbell.net


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