Your most welcome, I noticed a few Norris names on that link I sent you and thought that Stanmore/Standmore Norris sounded unusual, so I googled it and found your posting and thought I'd send it just in case it might be helpful to you. Maybe one day somone will stumble across my Norris family mystery!!!
I don't really know at this point if I am related to him or not! I have many postings on the Norris genforum site.
My stopping point is with my gr-gr-great grandfather Bronson Norris whom is on the 1860 Holmes Co.Fl census with his newlywed wife and baby. It shows that he and his father are from Georgia, but I don't have a clue who his father and mother are.
Bronson Norris can be found as enlisted in Vernon Fl on March 25, 1863 as a Private in Co.K 11th Inf.Reg.Fl, promoted to Full Corp. on June 15, 1863 and then shows he deserted on July 3, 1863. Not long after that, his wife Evaline Clarkie Ann Kittrell-Norris remarries to George Oglesby,Sr. So I don't know if he was killed because of desertion or if they divorced and he disappears to not be found again.
You can find alot of my family information and research at this link.
Good luck to you,
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