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Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers
Posted by: Hugh Rutherford (ID *****0232) Date: November 25, 2010 at 18:39:58
In Reply to: Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers by vidia fagan of 847

Vidia, thanks for your post on your family Hicks. Have you viewed the web site: HALITO! Chahta.org ? I saw a tremendous clue to my grandfather's sister who married John Walker Candy, cherokee. He had four daughters by "1st Partnership" with Mary Ann Waite, then he married Electa W. ADAMS. my great aunt. They lived just over the Okla/AR border in Arkansas 1850 and 1860 Sevier Co. census. I remember seeing the surname Hicks throughout the site. The Notes on John Walker Candy, was that he and family lived in the MT. Tabor Indian community, and died during the civil war. I'm interested in learning more about the Mt. Tabor community. Please, if you have any way of advising me how I can find my CANDY family, it will be greatly appreciated.


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