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Re: Corbitt/Hammock/Chambers/Crow
Posted by: Judi Moore Date: June 07, 2000 at 08:56:59
In Reply to: Re: Early Wise Co. Settlers by CAROLYN SCOTT of 736

Carolyn,
Is there any mention of Corbitt, Hammock, Chambers or Crow in your book? My ggrandmother, Laura Corbitt b. 5/3/1876 Wood Co TX, d. 6/5/ 1960 in Bowie, and is buried in the Sunset Cemetery. She mar. on 7/10/1892 Samuel James Hammock b. b. 3/10/1850 AL, d. 7/22/1936 Potter Co TX. Two of their daughters, Mary Rosalee Hammock and Lizzie Florence Hammock, remained in Sunset and married Chambers brothers, James Walker Chambers and Benjamin Chambers. These are also buried in Sunset Cemetery. (A daughter of Lizzie and Ben, Dorothy Chambers married a Mr. Davis. I saw you had Davis in your line.) These may be too recent to be in your book, but I wanted to check. I also am seeeking infomation on the following Crow family: Francis who mar. Florence Hammock, and poss. sibs, Claiborn, W.S., and Katie. Thank you for doing this for everyone.


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