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Re: j h mills
Posted by: Patricia Fischer (ID *****8069) Date: July 14, 2009 at 12:55:45
In Reply to: j h mills by lamar anthony of 797

Could O D MILLS have really been Odis GAGE, and the census taker mis heard the last name.

And or, the census taker was too lazy to actually knock at their door, and relied on the neighbors to give them the names of the people in that location???

Has happened before mentioned by others also in their research.

Just asking.

Pat
cw
Did the 1910 census tell where Louis was born. That would be a point of beginning too.

DNA testing has been done on several branches of the MILLS family. Not necessarily with Texas connections, but

if you know of any present day MILLS males, who might be interested.
www.familytreedna.com under MILLS, is just one web site, and ancestry.com is also offering testing at a reduced price.

I do not work for them, I just happened to use them when I was curious, about our MILLS research, and basically wanted to validate it back in April 2005.


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