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Re: 1890 Veterans and widows Special Census
Posted by: Hugh Adams (ID *****8954) Date: December 07, 2003 at 05:07:39
In Reply to: Re: 1890 Veterans and widows Special Census by Joan E. Rambo of 65481

Thanks Joan - Well I not sure that this would be my William C Adams until the actual census is reviewed. His third marriage, 1885, was in Houston county and he had a son living in Houston county.

He lived in varies counties thru out the documentation, Anderson, McLennan, the marriage in Houston, and the enlistment in Cherokee. His brother Newton lived in Cherokee coutny.

I have one more entry that I hope is his. There is a William Adams, no dates, and "CSA" in the Jacksonville City Cemetery, Cherokee county. I really need to find out who is buried near him to determine if this also might be him.

I wonder what "Bethelion" means in the notation?

Hugh


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