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Re: Mary Jane Gleason 1860s - Grayson County
Posted by: Mike Webb (ID *****7038) Date: February 22, 2006 at 10:24:34
In Reply to: Re: Mary Jane Gleason 1860s - Grayson County by Joan E. Rambo of 1676

That;s good info. I had also found them under th3 1870 census as belden. Through some county court records I found, it docuemented that they had been turned over to the Mayfield family as orphans in 1869. They had been living with the "Widow Wyatt" who died. There was no way to tell if the "Widow Wyatt" was actually Mary Jane Gleason Belden who had married again or a different person who had taken custody of the children. On that document it actually got all their names correct (3 Gleasons & 1 Belden).

Thanks for the other info.


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