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Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census
Posted by: martina blythe (ID *****8415) Date: October 29, 2011 at 05:03:58
In Reply to: Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census by Sandy Blythe-Smith of 815

Sandy, I think her name was Nanacy Parrish. I have a marriage record (affidavit on application for marriage license) for H.C. Floyd and E.L. Blythe, the date looks like Dec. 23 1902 it says E.L. Blythe is 29 years old(I think this must be Ella). It lists her parents as Sidon Blythe and Nanacy Parrish. The document is from Pott county Ok. I have a packet my mother in law gave me last night. Thanks Martina


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