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Re: Monroe Black in 1880 Census
Posted by: Jane Hawthorne (ID *****8370) Date: November 27, 2009 at 06:15:03
In Reply to: Re: Monroe Black in 1880 Census by Joan E. Rambo of 304

Thanks Joan. I have seen the information you posted and I agree that the 1860 census in Jasper County and the 1870 census showing Sophrenia with her children is probably the one we are looking for. Charles Monroe McLin is my husband's great grandfather. According to family his mother Lucinda Black McLin died in the mid-1880's when Charles was about 8 or 9 years old. Monroe Black in the 1880 census is Lucinda's brother. Their parents are Monroe Black and Sophrenia Hyrams(Hirams). Monroe, Sr. has been very elusive. We believe he is the son of John S Black who was a player in early Texas history. John S and most of his children are well documented but we can't find anything on Monroe.
Thanks again,

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