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Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers
Posted by: vidia fagan (ID *****7721) Date: March 09, 2009 at 06:34:20
In Reply to: Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers by Russell Windle of 847

Hi Rusty. I saw an article with the Genealogical Society about that a while back. It said if you had more than one family, they could be on the same form, but I think you still have to pay for each family. Mine being Isaac Hicks, and Joel Baggett family also. We are also with the Lucien Martin Family too. I would feel honored for you to add my family to your book. I spoke with a lady at the Genealogcal Society a few years ago, and she tried her best to find info on Isaac Hicks, and his wife Mary Johnson, but, she had no luck, finding either of their parents. She thought Isaac was probably with the Mt. Tabor Community. I could not find a connection, but my grandfather was Cherokee. My grandfather was Eastern Cherokee also, on his mothers side. If you come across something on him, I would be thankful to have it. I wish you all the luck in your book. Vidia

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