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Re: William Henry Anglin son of Drury Anglin
Posted by: Betty Walker Date: July 07, 2000 at 15:16:03
In Reply to: William Henry Anglin son of Drury Anglin by Charlene Jensen of 65474

Hello Charlene,

I have an 1850 Jasper County, Texas census record for my great great grandfather, Samuel Turner and his wife Emily. Living in their house was a Drury Anglin 55 years old.

Do you think this could be your Drury? I have never found a connection to him, but then I do not have any sibblings or paents for Samuel Turner.... who came to Texas in 1837. Do you think Drury's wife could have been connected to Samuel?

Betty.......in Texas


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