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Re: update on the Kirbo family of Franklin county,1880-1920
Posted by: shirley chandler (ID *****4506) Date: August 05, 2007 at 06:06:52
In Reply to: Kirbo family of Franklin county,1880-1920 by shirley chandler of 168

I now know that Eunice Kirbo and Bruce Kirbo are two different women. Eunice was the daughter of Joseph "Joe" Kirbo and his first wife.Bruce,a female,was the sister of a Willie L.Cleveland Kirbo,last found in Van Zandt county Texas in 1930 census.Bruce Kirbo married William Narvel Gibson in Wood or Franklin Co.about 1918.He registered for the army in 1918 in Wood Co. and died of meningitis in 1919 and is buried in the Ebenezer Cem., Wood Co.Bruce Gibson is found living with her brother Will L.Kirbo on the 1920 Wood Co.,census.We would like to know what became of her after that,She might have remarried or she might have also had or gotten the meningitis from Narvel and also died.We just want to know what happened to her after he did.We don't want anything from her or her family,just want to tie up some loose ends in our family research if possible.Most of the Kirbo family members lived in the Franklin and Wood counties, and some died there.Thanks in advance to anyone who responds to this and helps us find out what happened to her.


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