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Re: cherokee indian chief Green Berry Arnold m. Mary E. Evans, Texas
Posted by: Doug Corbin (ID *****6402) Date: January 05, 2010 at 17:42:02
In Reply to: cherokee indian chief Green Berry Arnold m. Mary E. Evans, Texas by Susan Gracia of 65429

I'm not related, just trying to help.

Here's a possible match for your Green Arnold from 1870 Collin Co, TX.

1870 United States Federal Census
Precinct 1, Collin Co, Texas
John Broughten 20 m w chair maker $350r $1200p MS md in April
Lydia Broughten 32 f w keeping house (born MS? or MO?) md in April
Eliza Howard 55 f w at home AL
John Howard 14 m w at school TX
Isaac Howard 13 m w at school TX
Elisabeth Howard 11 f w at home TX
Jane Howard 8 f w TX
Greene Arnold 10 m w at school TX

Since the 1870 census doesn't list relationships it's hard to know how the members of the household are related. According to information submitted by an LDS member, John Broughten married Lydia Crabtree in April 1870 in Collin Co, TX. So Lydia is probably not Greene's mother. I guess Eliza Howard could be John Broughten's mother and the younger Howards are her children from a second marriage. But none of that helps to know if Greene Arnold is related to them or not.

I can't find any of the above for sure in 1860.

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