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Milburn/Milbern family
Posted by: Colton Milburn (ID *****8125) Date: March 21, 2011 at 05:22:27
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I am trying to find if anyone has any references for the Milburn/Milbern family in their Eastland County research. I know my ancestor David Milburn moved his family to Eastland County in the late 1850s and then relocated again around 1862 when the Civil War began. The Milburn family is found on the 1860 census in Eastland and a biographical mention of David in the 1895 History of Parker and Tarrant Counties states that David had some trouble with the indians around the same time as the death of Martha Coffee. I was hoping someone that had done research on early Eastland might have found some mention of my family given that the population of Eastland county was so small that I would imagine every family knew every other family and might have noted something.


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