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Re: JOHN b: 1871-77 abt TN. to TX. & OK. with sibl. Anna & Mattie
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: March 06, 2003 at 18:06:52
In Reply to: Re: JOHN b: 1871-77 abt TN. to TX. & OK. with sibl. Anna & Mattie by Jerre Bryant of 65414

Hey, hey, you're on your way! Next trip to research census records, you might check for that Hakersmit family on the 1870, too. As you can see on the 1880 census the widowed Mosinry has a 12 year old, so was married prior to the 1870 census.

I wonder of Sarah on 1870 is wife of Iris? He's not in the hh in 1880 and Sarah is a widow with what looks like young children.

And, I wonder about Rosa Ann "at home" on 1870, if her name is shown as Hise, maybe she's a widowed d-in-l and there may be another son older then William. Notice young children listed after her name on 1870 census, probably hers. Well, it will be interesting to see what you find on the 1860 census. You'll be filling out more branches of the family tree. Have fun, and keep up the good work. (^_^)


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