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Confused about spouse of John T.Yarbrough of Mississippi
Posted by: James Bryson (ID *****9854) Date: July 05, 2010 at 13:32:07
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Thanks to Ann Broadbent and some family Bible records I have finally traced my great grandfather John T. Yarbrough from his birth in Desoto County, MS on Dec 10,1841 to Calhoun County, MS in the 1860 census. He later moved to Pontotoc County, MS and was shown with his wife Lucinda H. in the 1870 census. He died in Union County Ms Jan 12, 1912 as shown in family records. John T.'s father was James Yarbrough from either NC or SC since census data shows both. I know John T's wife was Lucinda H. Gilmore from family data but all researchers of this Gilmore line show she came from South Alabama and John T. was from North Missisissippi. They married in 1864 in the midst of the civil war when civilian movement was difficult and dangerous. Her assumed parents, John and Temperance Dean Gilmore and siblings are listed from Conecuh, Alabama both in the 1860 and 1070 census. I need help in determining if I need to search more for Lucinda's family line or the data I have on her is correct. My email address is jrbryson70@gmail.com.


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