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Re: Arringtons of Bosque County
Posted by: Jim Culver Date: September 14, 2000 at 05:05:32
In Reply to: Re: Arringtons of Bosque County by Charles Blakley of 576

No, I have not. Do you have any evidence of this that you could share.

I believe my Arrington's came from Georgia where Alfred Arrington married Emily Jane Doyle in 1867. Alfred's father was born in GA and his mother in AL. Alfred and Emily's first two children were born in Rome, GA. The next 4 were born in AR. The next 4 were born in Texas.

So from about 1867 to 1870 they lived in Rome, GA. From about 1872 to 1879 they lived in AR. And from about 1880 forward, they lived in Bosque Co., TX. Several of them are buried in Mitchell Cemetery in Iredell, TX.

Alfred had two brothers William and James C. the came to Texas with him. They were living with him in Bosque Co. at the time of the 1880 census.



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