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Re: Clinkscales, Gilbreath
Posted by: Andrea (ID *****2276) Date: June 19, 2009 at 11:53:58
In Reply to: Clinkscales, Gilbreath by Mary Lou Wardlaw of 608

Hi Mary Lou,
"Any information" is a bit broad. What are you looking for? Sam's parents? Ethel's death? Descendents? Census info? Are you more interested in the Gilbreaths or the Clinkscales?

I'm guessing, since you stated that he was a barber and the dates of birth and death, that you have already found his death certificate image at the Family Search pilot program. If not, let me know and I will post the url. What has me confused is that his wife is Lola, not Ethel. I have a Mary Ethel Gilbreath, daughter of William Travis Gilbreath and Lucy Ann Sanford married to a Powell. She passes away in 1967 in Bexar Co. (all in the Family Search Pilot).

Lola is buried next to Sam in the Old Waxahachie City Cemetery (Ellis Co.) Looks like they may be buried next with Sam's kinfolks, possibly his parents:

Clinkscales Eliza Eugenia / /1859 / /1927 1 13 2C *
Clinkscales Lola Mae 05/13/1894 04/08/1978 1 13 2C *
Clinkscales Rubin Martin / /1856 / /1933 1 13 2C *
Clinkscales Sam 03/06/1892 01/28/1968 1 13 2C *

And one other little tip. A fragment of the Ellis Co. 1890 census actually survived! You might get lucky and if you are interested in the Clinkscales, they might be in the fragment.

Let me know if you need the url for the Family Search Texas death certificate images. And if you have a specific question or area of interest, let us know and we volunteers will try and help.

Good luck!
P.S. You aren't from Del Rio are you?

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