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Re: JWPrice m. Minerva Lunceford, both died 1867 Texas
Posted by: Jim Utley (ID *****2085) Date: July 13, 2012 at 14:12:28
In Reply to: Re: JWPrice m. Minerva Lunceford, both died 1867 Texas by Joan E. Rambo of 334

Hi Jan, Thanks for the reply! I still haven't found out much except that Frank actually moved back to Johnston County, NC and was with Minerva Price's sister, Polly Ellis, wife of Ferdinand Ellis. After that he disappears from Johnston County. I did find a Frank in Henderson, Vance County, NC in the early 1900's and his wife Ellen, but there's no death certificate for him and Ellen's certificate is of no help. So i don't know if it's the same Frank at all. Ella Price died in 1914 and is buried in Raleigh with my GGrandfather William Sanders Utley. Her death cert shows her Dad as JW Lundsford (mispelled) and that he was born in Texas (not so...he was born in Ill or Iowa in 1838).
Anyway, I guess I'll have to go one day to the Courthouse in Bryan, Tx and examine the land records. I even tried to find them in the old cemetery in Boonville and they are not listed, which makes me wonder if by 1867 they pulled up stakes and went someplace else between 1860 & 1867.
I contacted the Brazos Genealogical Assn & they never even answered me. Jim

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