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Posted by: SANDRA HAYES Date: June 23, 1999 at 11:59:28
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Looking for descendants of Evander (E.V.) McDANIEL and Miranda Jane McCARTY.

Evander was the son of Alexander David McDANIEL and Martha STUBBS, born Dec 25 1841 in Smith Co. Ms. and died March 7 1929 in Comanche, Stephens Co., Ok.

Evander married Miranda abt 1863, probably in Robertson Co. Tx. Miranda was the daughter of Hiram McCARTY and Nancy SPRADLEY or SPRADLIN, born Aug 8 1843 in Jasper Co. Ms
and died Jan 13 1926 in Comanche, Ok.

Both, Evander and Miranda are buried in the Old Fairlawn Cemetery in Comanche, Ok.

Evander and Miranda owned a motel in Carbon.
I believe their last 3 children were born in
Eastland Co.

Of this union, there were 13 children born, of which 9 lived. The children were, Andrew James, Jasper H., Newton, Lula Louisa, Sarah Emmaline, Ida, Ada, Woody and Isom. They also raised a foster son, Robert Henry McDANIEL. Miranda was first married to a John HARWELL who died in the Civil War, and had 1 daughter, Martha Jane.

I know there are still descendants living in or around Eastland Co., and would love to exchange info on any of the above descendants. I have alot of info on the McDANIEL line and am willing to share. Please contact me.

Sandra Hayes
Vinita, Ok.

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