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Charles Harvey Edwards & Callie Evans
Posted by: Glenn Teal Date: April 11, 2000 at 21:48:53
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Would like to find out information on Charles Harvey Edwards and his wife Callie Evans. He was a son of my 2G grandfather William Franklin Edwards and his wife Martha Jane Reeves. I do not know exactly what year Charles Harvey Edwards was born but he was married to Callie Evans 1 November 1888 in Pike County, Alabama. His father William Franklin Edwards was born 15 December 1829 and his mother Martha Jane Reeves was born 4 September 1831. Sometime after Charles Harvey Edwards married Callie Evans they headed to Texas. I have been told that they lived there lives somewhere in Texas. This is all that I know about them. I hope to connect with some Texas Edwards family researchers that might have a connection and additional information on their descendants if any. I do not know if they are buried in Texas or in Sandfield cemetery in Pike county Alabama. Sandfield is where many of their relatives are buried including Charles parents. If any Edwards or Evans researchers are out there and have information, I would like to correspond either by this forum or by email. Thanks.


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