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Re: D. J. Bell & Sarah Sivells
Posted by: JW Date: September 11, 2000 at 17:21:39
In Reply to: D. J. Bell & Sarah Sivells by Sharon Ackerman of 1676

Remind you not to overlook the obvious that Cooke and Grayson County on the west edge at that time frame are often filed in papers together. Depends on which way the person " went to town". Sivells Bend in Cooke County. Bell surname common north of Whitesboro. Both instances less than 10 miles apart. look for Dexter Community Area. ( My son born in Ada Ok. - I live Whitesboro.)


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