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Thomas Kendrick and Mary Fuller
Posted by: Milford Kirby (ID *****3217) Date: November 11, 2002 at 21:36:13
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Seeking further information on Thomas (born 1805) and Mary Kendrick (born 1810), my 3d-great grandparents, who were born in SC, migrated to Perry County, Alabama (where they appeared in the 1850 census), and thence to Fairfield, Freestone County TX, prior to the Civil War. Their son William Harvey Kendrick (my 2d-great grandfather) stayed behind in Alabama, where his decendants were born.The remainder of Thomas and Mary's children apparently went to TX. Thomas and Mary Kendrick appear in the 1860 census of Fairfield County, TX at page 416. His age is listed as 54, hers 51. Children listed in the household: Sarah E., age 21, Martha, age 16, Harriet, age 14, Marion F., age 12, Thomas B., age 7, Georgie Ann, age 6. Sons J. R. Kendrick, age 26 and Joseph I Kendrick, age 24, are listed in a separate household, also at page 416. Thomas and Mary Kendrick died after 1860, I believe in Fairfield, Freestone County, TX. I wonder if anyone knows where Thomas and Mary are buried? Or who their parents were? I would love to make contact with Texas descendants of Thomas and Mary Fuller Kendrick. Will be pleased to share information which I have on descendants of William Harvey Kendrick.


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