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Re: Charles Taylor
Posted by: Mary Lou Taylor (ID *****6906) Date: November 26, 2007 at 14:37:59
In Reply to: Re: Charles Taylor by Pat ALMQUIST of 396

Pat, thank you for your reply to my message. I was told by my mother-in-law many years ago that his name was Charlie C. Taylor. I have found no Charlie "C". I have found a Charlie on the 1870 Census in Upshur Co. born to A.S. Taylor. In 1880,in Gregg Co., A.S. has a Charles and an Elbert as sons. My father-in-law was named James Elbert Taylor. So, the clues point to this Charles being the one I am looking for. Then I find a Charles Lee Taylor in Gregg Co. married in 1897 to a different woman than Charles' first wife that he abandoned. My problem is: Is this Charles Lee the same as Charles C. My mother-in-law could have been mistaken about the "C". Charles Lee married just 4 years after Charles C. left his wife. Have I confused you? I was hoping that someone tracing this Charles Lee Taylor may know something to prove my theory. Thanks, Mary Lou Taylor

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