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Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers
Posted by: Hugh Rutherford (ID *****0232) Date: November 27, 2010 at 17:03:26
In Reply to: Re: Capt. Smith's 1st Mounted Texas Volunteers by vidia fagan of 847

Bryghtstar............your have pleased me greatly with your leads.......I've printed out the "Descendancy of Samuel Candy," and the ahnentafle for his wife "Catherine". All that I see is the name "Electa W. Adams" as being the second wife of John Walker Candy who married her after the death of his first wife, Mary Watie. I suppose I'll never see the appropriate dates, of birth, marriage, and death of Electa Adams Candy. Electa, my grandfather's sister, was daughter of a Choctaw chief's daughter. Was a marriage of a Choctaw wife and Cherokee husband approved? Thank you so very much..........going now to McMinn Co., TN.

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