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Jack, Clay, Wise, Grayson related families
Posted by: Mireta Woodward (ID *****4056) Date: August 20, 2003 at 12:26:36
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During the late 1800's and early 1900's there were several Burns families who moved between Wise, Clay and Grayson counties. These same families moved between states in the early 1800"s. My Burns family was one of these,but I cannot connect them to the others. I am beating my head against this brick wall. Can anyone help me with any information that might shed some light on this?

Here are the related names I know of. Mollie Robinson-married Joe Burns[Joe worked for post office in sherman, Grayson co.], Ella Robinson-married unknown, Willie Burns born in sherman, grayson Co 1879,Married Ada Ruth Henson in Jack county, John W. Burns born in Clay Co. 1881,married Georgia Mae Frederick in Bridgeport, Wise county. A cousin Dotty Proctor lived with the family in Clay county, 1920. Joseph Frederick born Lousianna, parents France, married Betti Norris and lived in Bridgeport, wise county. John, Georgia, and mother Mollie live together in Wise county in 1910, Joe Frederick lived next door and Willie and Ruth lived in neighborhood. Please, any connections or knowledge of Robinson, Frederick, Burns or Proctor. I am desperate, and do not know of any where else to look.



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