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Re: Directories for Lexington, 1880-1910
Posted by: Edward O'Connor, Jr. (ID *****7796) Date: December 01, 2005 at 05:53:02
In Reply to: Re: Directories for Lexington, 1880-1910 by Cora of 707

Hello again, Cora.

I forgot to ask in my earlier reply whether there is an indication of where any of these individuals are buried?
I may be mistaken but I think that the entire list of names are related to John Charlton either as parents, siblings or children or married to one of the above.....

There is a listing in the 1860 census for Lexington of a Charlton family with most of those self same names...In addition, the 1900 census for Lexington shows John as a widower who is living with some of his children. There are neighbors to either side who appear to be either Charlton family members of members of the Gilbert family which is also connected to the Charltons...

Thanks again for your help...further research is needed to strengthen the family ties but it's a great start..

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