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Re: F. M. Parrish's Confederate Widow's Pension, 10/1899
Posted by: Sandy Blythe-Smith (ID *****8485) Date: October 30, 2011 at 14:55:36
In Reply to: F. M. Parrish's Confederate Widow's Pension, 10/1899 by Sandra Brands of 815

Hi, I'm hoping we can find a connection between our Parrish's. I'm researching Sidon and Nancy Parrish Blythe. Nancy's family, Marcus Winchester and Fannie Parrish moved to Parker County, via Missouri, from Sumner County also. They arrived in Parker County, approx. 1857, with six children (2 youngest born in MO) and were listed on the 1860 census. Marcus' occupation was "bricklayer". He also served in the Civil War. I don't have any background on him and hope you might be able to link our Parrish's.


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