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Re: fowlers of texas and california
Posted by: Chantelle Loveless (ID *****5028) Date: October 19, 2004 at 16:18:35
In Reply to: Re: fowlers of texas and california by Joan E. Rambo of 65457

Joan,
Thank you for all of this information. Yes i believed Mack did die in California but i have not found out for sure. In the death certificate you found for Lora Exposto in California it named gentry as her mothers maiden name but now i am confused since it was possible mahalie gentry listed in the 1880 census. I am still tracking down leads from all of my query's. We do have a family history library about 30 miles from here... i live in batesville mississippi. And actually i am not far from the tennessee county in question and i am thinking about maybe taking a day trip there later this year. I have recieved a lead to talk to Debra Buxton and Helen Allen and see what they can help me with....I talked to helen several years ago but had so little information we couldnt connect the families. So if you have any further ideas i would be open to suggestions from anyone....I appreciate your time and patience with me as i love this but am just learning.
Thanks,
Chantelle


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