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Re: Johnson family of central Texas ca. 1900
Posted by: B. Nichols Date: April 16, 2000 at 18:08:07
In Reply to: Re: Johnson family of central Texas ca. 1900 by Darby Frantz of 65481

That is so interesting. What have you learned about the origin of the name Osceola? Wasn't that the name of a tribe of Indians? I thought around the Florida area. Was there ever any thought that he might be of Native American descent? I understood my dad to say he had some Indian blood but we thought it was from his mother's side. Unfortunately, we don't know much more about her side of the family than the Johnsons. She was a Shepherd (spelling uncertain).

Good luck in your search.


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