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Re: Looking for Yarbrough Descendants
Posted by: GARY R. HARLOW Date: January 17, 2000 at 16:36:36
In Reply to: Looking for Yarbrough Descendants by Renee Smelley of 951

Mariah Yarbrough married Clayton Daniel Skidmore. Their daughter, Mary Elizabeth married Abner Franklyn LUCE in Houston Co., whose first son, James Franklyn married Tennissee Kizzia Dennis in Lampasas Spring, Lampasas Co., TX.
A.F. & M.E., and J.F. & T.K. are buried in the DENNIS CEMETERY, Callahan Co., TX (5 miles South of Moran, TX) See also http://www.rootsweb.com/~txshacke/denniscem.htm, but James F. & Tennie are in UNMARKED GRAVES.
One of J.F. & T.K. sons, PERRY LUCE married ALICE JONES, of Baird, TX and had two girls and four boys: MARGARET MADELINE, GLADYS ESTELLE, PERRY, JR., JACK ALLEN, BILL M., & JAMES RAYMOND. Gladys married ROBERT J. HARLOW, (my parents who are both buried at Forest Park Cemetery South, League City, Harris Co., TX) and I married JOAN IRENE INGRAM, of Franklin, TX and my sister, LINDA GAIL, married HENRY KEITH BILLERBECK in Texas City, TX. I have three children, LAURA MICHELLE, ROBERT CHARLES, & BRENDA AILEEN. Robert has one child, STEPHEN ANDREW and is married to MELANIE DENISE WOOD.


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