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Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census
Posted by: Sandy Blythe-Smith (ID *****8485) Date: October 27, 2011 at 18:16:24
In Reply to: Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census by martina blythe of 815

Hi Martina, I was so excited to hear from you! Although I was already aware of "Grandma Blythe's" grave, I wasn't positive that it was Nancy. Do you know anything about her, ie, maiden name, stories about her, or why, exactly, she was institutionalized? Have you heard any family rumors about the elusive M J or Thomas that were listed on the 1870 census, then gone on the next? I have some information about the other children of Siden and Nancy, but not complete. I'd love to hear from you again. My Blythe's are my brick wall. By the way, George bought my dad his first car!! He remembers him very fondly (not because of the car ;-)
Sandy


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