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Re: Robert A. SUMRALL - 1880 Census
Posted by: James F. McNabb Date: March 08, 2001 at 22:26:59
In Reply to: Robert A. SUMRALL - 1880 Census by Susan Hughes of 847

Hello, Susan. Went to the library this afternoon, and was going to post what I found out, but when I came to this message board, there it was already. The reason I came to this site, was to try to access their cemetery info, which they have, and see if I can find Robert's marker, provided he was buried in this county.Since I don't have a computer (just a web access terminal), I am having problems navigating the cemetery site. I'll find another way later. Did you notice the twins(?) were listed as being born in Ms? That would mean Robert moved out of Texas right after the lyching trial, although I don't know if that had anything to do with it. We'll find him.


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