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John C Cargill in Texas in 1850
Posted by: William Pack (ID *****5698) Date: March 18, 2003 at 15:18:41
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I'm looking for information on John C Cargill, born about 1817 in South Carolina, married to Natalie. He is listed in the 1850 census of Panola County, Texas, as a Methodist preacher with a daughter, A E , and sons, Napoleon and Lafayette. I know nothing else about John, Natalie or A E. Napoleon was a marshall in Decatur, Wise County, Texas. Lafayette married Martha A Welch in Louisiana, then moved to Brazos County, Texas. Lafayette and Martha had seven children, including my great-grandmother, Lula Ellen Cargill Carroll. If anyone could assist with information on this family, I would be truly grateful.


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