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Re: Livelyville community-LIVELY, DOTSON
Posted by: Doris Collier Wortham Date: October 23, 2000 at 08:21:05
In Reply to: Re: Livelyville community-LIVELY, DOTSON by Billy E. Cheatham of 951


You probably knew my uncle, N. J. Campbell, who had an antique store in Grapeland for years. I grew up in Palestine. My parents were Thelma and Mace Collier. You may have known my mother. As I told you, I do have more info on the Livelys and extended family if you want it. However, I received a lot of the info from AnnLynn Bailey in Palestine as she is a cousin and has done a lot of research. Also, do you have one of the Lively Books that were published. I think the original was published in 1968 and there have been at least two supplements. I feel sure the Palestine Library would have them. I also think the Geneological Society or Library in Crockett has them. We have made trips to both places to do research.

We live in Van Buren, Arkansas so don't get down that way too often. If you don't have luck there and don't have your genealogy on computer, let me know and I'll try to print out more info for you. As I told you earlier, if you do have it on your computer, I can send you a gedcom. I have it on both PAF and Family Tree Maker.

Jane Dotson, Jim's mother is buried at Livelyville and Jane's mother, Margaret (Peggy) Stewart Dotson is supposed to be buried there also, but don't think there is a marker. If you know anything more about Margaret or her husband William Dotson, please let me know.



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