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Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census
Posted by: Sandy Blythe-Smith (ID *****8485) Date: February 26, 2012 at 14:24:59
In Reply to: Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census by evlyn broumley of 815

Evelyn, I have since found out the last name of Siden Blythe's wife Nancy. It was Parrish. I've also come to the conclusion that the Thomas and M.J. I inquired about may not have been their children after all. I believe, if the information I received is correct, Nancy's parents were Marcus W. and Fannie Parrish. They can be found on the 1860 Parker census, although the sex of a few of the children seems to be transcribed in error. Do you have anything in your records about Marcus and Fannie Parrish?


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