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'Asks trial on deadly weapon, morals charges'
"Asks trial on deadly weapon, morals charges"
Placerville Democrat
February 4, 1964
page 2

 
 
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'Man is Charged in Shovel Death'
"Man is Charged in Shovel Death"
The Pampa Daily News
25 Nov 1947
attached to:
James Oglesby
Homer McIlvain
Albert Connie Oglesby
Lovie McIlvain 
 
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"Master of Balloon Talk celebrates 25 years"
The Albuquerque Journal, Fiesta special section: Oct 4-12-2014 - Feature story marking Glen's 25th year at Balloon Fiesta.

(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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'Miss Killebrew Weds Mr. Hamon'
Killebrew, Cleta Mae to J.P. Hamon on Nov. 11, 1936
"Miss Killebrew Weds Mr. Hamon" Killebrew, Cleta Mae to J.P. Hamon on Nov. 11, 1936
Pampa Daily News, November 17, 1936 
 
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'Stout Lady - The Life and Times of Penelope Stout'
by William Foster Hayes
"Stout Lady - The Life and Times of Penelope Stout" by William Foster Hayes
(sent to me via email by Julia Cleaver, 2 Aug 2015) 
 
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'The Forman Genealogy'
"The Forman Genealogy"
by Anne Spottswood Dandridge

Descendants of Robert Forman of Kent Co, Maryland who died in 1719-20
also Descendants of Robert Forman of Long Island, New York
who died in 1671; The Forman Family of Monmouth Co., New Jersey
together with Notices of Other Families of the Name of Forman
Cleveland, Ohio.
The Forman-Bassett-Hatch Co. 1903
Wisconsin Historical Society
 
 
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'To state prison on weapons count; morals charge next'
"To state prison on weapons count; morals charge next"
The Placerville Mountain Democrat
Thursday, April 30, 1964
 
 
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'Tragedy at Pearsall'
"Tragedy at Pearsall"
"Frank Rhodes instantly killed"
Galveston News
Sunday, April 12, 1885
front page

Deputy Sheriff Alfred Allee and Will Jacobs gunned down Frank Rhodes in front of Heman's saloon. 
 
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'World of Darkness:  Colonial Boston'
"World of Darkness: Colonial Boston"
includes map of Boston 1772
Names several Doaks of Boston as well as Robert Doak and family who were warned out of Boston 3 Nov 1718.

http://fragilethings.fr.yuku.com/topic/2430/Map-of-Boston-1772#.WBCNkWWECcQ 
 
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'Young Folks Guest of Mrs. and Mrs. Whiteman'
"Young Folks Guest of Mrs. and Mrs. Whiteman"
Clovis New Mexico Evening News Journal
Monday, June 23, 1930, Clovis, New Mexico

sisters:
Mrs. Dave Shapcott (Frances Ryther) and daughter Mary Frances
Mrs. C. C. Truex (Juanita Ryther)
Miss Marguerite Ryther
unknown who Dale Epperson or Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Whiteman and Charles were.  
 
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1810 Virginia, Augusta County census
1810 Virginia, Augusta County census
Analysis of the Doaks found in 1810 Augusta census, and their position in the family of Immigrant Samuel Doak  
 
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1820 Tennessee, White County - Thomas Lovelady
1820 Tennessee, White County - Thomas Lovelady
 
 
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1820 Tennessee, White County Census - Lovelady, Thomas* and John Bounds
1820 Tennessee, White County Census - Lovelady, Thomas* and John Bounds
 
 
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1830 Missouri, Jackson County - Lovelady, James
1830 Missouri, Jackson County - Lovelady, James
 
 
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1830 Missouri, Jackson County Census
1830 Missouri, Jackson County Census
James* Lovelady; William Bowers, William Linville; Jemimiah Trapp, Thomas Linville, Jr.; James Linville 
 
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1830 Smith County, Tennessee Census
1830 Smith County, Tennessee Census
USGenWeb
 
 
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1830 Tennessee, White County census
1830 Tennessee, White County census
 
 
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1837 Apr 24, Land purchase 160 acres, Springfield, Sangamon Co, Illinois
1837 Apr 24, Land purchase 160 acres, Springfield, Sangamon Co, Illinois
Mabra M Jones of Henry Co, Kentucky 
 
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1837, Mar 13, Land purchase, 80 acres, Springfield, Sangamon Co, Illinois
1837, Mar 13, Land purchase, 80 acres, Springfield, Sangamon Co, Illinois
Mabra M Jones of Henry County, Kentucky 
 
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1840 Kentucky, Henry Co, census
1840 Kentucky, Henry Co, census
Mabra M Jones and wife Lily Shannon; children Robert, Susan Catherine, John, Barten, Margaret, and Clairmon.
 
 
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1840 Missouri, Platte County census
1840 Missouri, Platte County census
Stephen Jones, and wife Mariah and children, Mabra, Nancy John, Susan, Thomas, Eliza and Emmeline.

Also Joseph Cox and son William Cox are on this census page 
 
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1840 Missouri, Platte County Census - Lovelady
1840 Missouri, Platte County Census - Lovelady
Jane Wear Lovelady (widowed mother, living with William)
sons:
James* Lovelady, wife Nancy, dau Ann
Thomas J. Lovelady and wife Amanda Mary Bounds
William Lovelady
Andrew Jackson Lovelady (living with William)
granddau Jane Lovelady (dau of another brother Jesse) and newlywed husband Thomas Dyer

also:
Nathan Newby, (In-law He 2nd m Nancy Bounds, mother of Jane, 1st wife of Jesse. Newby's dau later m Andrew Jackson Lovelady.)

John Young, father of Duke Young who married Sarah Lovelady, sister of Lovelady brothers. 
 
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1840 Tennessee, Smith County Census
1840 Tennessee, Smith County Census
Snider, Abraham and family 
 
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1850 Arkansas, Montgomery County
1850 Arkansas, Montgomery County
Joseph Nichols; Sarah Richardson; children Willim John, Jane Samuel, Louisa; next door to his parents William Martin Nichols and Dorcas Messer. 
 
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1850 Illinois, Christian County, District 22, Census
1850 Illinois, Christian County, District 22, Census
Mylo Skinner and family 
 
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1850 Illinois, Jersey County, Census
1850 Illinois, Jersey County, Census
Abraham Snider and Elizabeth Craig and family 
 
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1850 Illinois, Scott County Census
1850 Illinois, Scott County Census
John Madden and Catherine Bonham; Stephen Jones, John Jones, and Caroline Madden and husband Henry Stuart (Stewart) family 
 
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1850 Kentucky, Christian County, District 2 census
1850 Kentucky, Christian County, District 2 census
transcription of listing of several members of the Oglesby, Knight, Harkins, Mannana, Fox, Grace, Johnson, Lewis, Dukes, and Allison families living in the Christian County in 1850 within their own community. Census notation is made to the head of the families.

note - see note of Jane Oglesby. She was living with a Johnson family from VA not yet identified but seems to have early ties with the Meltons who show up later. There is another Johnson family in this community from NC who connected a little later with the Dukes and Grace families.  
 
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1850 Kentucky, Henderson County, District 2 census
1850 Kentucky, Henderson County, District 2 census
A transcription of listing of several members of the Melton, Russell, Hankins, Oglesby, Grayson, Shelton, Hill, Sparks, Frazier, Marks, and Brackett families living in the Henderson County, District 2, in 1850 within their own community. 
 
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1850 Kentucky, Henry County, District 2 census
1850 Kentucky, Henry County, District 2 census
family number 251
Moore, Nancy M. Jones and children, and father Thomas Jones*.
 
 
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1850 Missouri, Platte County, Marshall Twp Census
1850 Missouri, Platte County, Marshall Twp Census
Jane Wear Lovelady (living with son Andrew Jackson Lovelady)
A.J. Lovelady and Judy Newby Lovelady
Nathan Newby and Nancy Bounds Lovelady Newby, and her sons with m1 Jesse Lovelady: Thomas, Moses, and Margaret
Jefferson Dyer and wife Jane Lovelady (daughter of Jesse and Nancy Bounds Lovelady Newby)


 
 
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1850 Ohio, Coshcocton County, Jackson Township, Census
1850 Ohio, Coshcocton County, Jackson Township, Census
George Compton, Jr & Amelia Wood and children,
living next door to daughter Melinda and husband Thomas Randles. 
 
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1850 Ohio, Holmes Co, Killbuck, Census
1850 Ohio, Holmes Co, Killbuck, Census
Abraham Randles (Randalls) head of household 
 
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1850 Ohio, Lawrence County, Union Twp. census
1850 Ohio, Lawrence County, Union Twp. census
John Stone and wife Melvina, children William and Mary. 
 
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1850 Tennessee, Jackson Co, District 12, Census
1850 Tennessee, Jackson Co, District 12, Census
Stone, Enoch & Eliza Maxwell and her father Maxwell, Amos family
(cannot read the name of the town on the census) 
 
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1850 Tennessee, Jackson, District 12
1850 Tennessee, Jackson, District 12
Thomas Stone, Elizabeth Williams Stone 
 
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1850 Texas Victoria County, Agriculture Census
1850 Texas Victoria County, Agriculture Census
Mabra Madden Jones and James Lovelady 
 
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1850 Texas, Jasper County, Jasper, Weiss Bluff, Census
1850 Texas, Jasper County, Jasper, Weiss Bluff, Census
Charles, age 10, and Ferdinand, age 6, with sister Charlotte in Jasper 
 
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1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census
1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census
James Hayes, Emily Burrell and Matilda Hayes, and others
signed by Worthy Patridge, Asst. Marshal 
 
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1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass, Census
1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass, Census
Robert Burrell, Susanne Clark Burrell, Ann Johnson Courts, Marie Johnson Hayes Gallier, and families 
 
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1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass, Census pg 249
1850 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass, Census pg 249
John Sparks and Melinda Jones Sparks, James Court and Julia Ann Sparks Court, Solomon Sparks and family, and Brewer, Stockholm, Holt, Bludworth families. 
 
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1850 Texas, Lavaca County census
1850 Texas, Lavaca County census
James and Nancy Linville Lovelady and Alfred Allie (widowered son-in-law)
 
 
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1850 Texas, Tyler County, Census
1850 Texas, Tyler County, Census
Gentz, Maass, Knupple, and Koch families. Please see the document "Prussian Immigrants" also attached to this census event to have a better understanding of the familial relationships of these families.  
 
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1850 Texas, Victoria Co, Victoria, Census
1850 Texas, Victoria Co, Victoria, Census
Mabra and Sarah Lovelady Jones and family, also Richard Bonum and Catherine Seber, age 9 (born in Germany). Richard Bonum is obviously a family member who traveled with them to Texas but not yet determined how.
Next door, John (37) and Catherine (39) Seber, from Germany. Probably the Jones had taken in their child for some neighborly reason. 
 
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1850 Virginia, Grayson County, District 19 census
1850 Virginia, Grayson County, District 19 census
September...
Excerpts transcribed from the census of several selected related families living in close proximity of each other.
Includes William Bonham, wife Elizabeth Williams; son Joseph Bonham, wife Tabitha Russell, related families with surnames of: Anderson, Haga, Livesay, Hash, Jones (Hiram, widow of Jordan Jones), Parks
 
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1859 Texas, Chambers County, Tax Roll census
1859 Texas, Chambers County, Tax Roll census
 
 
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1859, Jun 1; Land purchase, 40 acres Clinton, now Warsaw, Missouri
1859, Jun 1; Land purchase, 40 acres Clinton, now Warsaw, Missouri
Mabra M Jones of Saline Co, Missouri
 
 
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1860 California, Contra Costa County Census
1860 California, Contra Costa County Census
Stephen Jones, John W. Jones, Martha Jane Arnold Jones, Mabra Madden, Richard E. Madden 
 
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1860 Illinois, Jersey County, Jersey census
1860 Illinois, Jersey County, Jersey census
Snider, Abraham and family, including John; also Piggott brothers (step sons to Susan Snider Piggott) 
 
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1860 Missouri, Saline Co, Marshall Township census
1860 Missouri, Saline Co, Marshall Township census
Mabra M Jones, wife Lila, Robert, Susan Barton, Margaret, John P and his wife, Mrs. P Jones. 
 
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1860 Tennessee, Putnam County (District 16)
1860 Tennessee, Putnam County (District 16)
Elizabeth Williams Stone, Enoch Stone family; Albert Lindsey family; Elijah Ellis family 
 
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1860 Tennessee, Putnam County, District No. 16, Double Springs P.O.
1860 Tennessee, Putnam County, District No. 16, Double Springs P.O.
24 Jul 1860
Myres, O.H. (Oliver* Hopkins Moyer), Elizabeth* Stone, Christopher (Harold* Charles, Mary, John P., Ann, and Jesse Williams and wife living with son Marion Williams and family (Jesse believed to be brother of Elizabeth* Williams Stone, mother of Elizabeth* Stone) 
 
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1860 Texas, Dewitt County, Census
1860 Texas, Dewitt County, Census
Mabra and Sarah Lovelady Jones and children, George, Mary, Susan, Cyrus, Stephen, Andrew, and Henry; and James and Nancy Lovelady, Sarah's parents. 
 
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1860 Texas, Falls County, Marlin P.O. census
1860 Texas, Falls County, Marlin P.O. census
Moore, William Calhoun, Eliza, and children.  
 
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1860 Texas, Goliad County, Charco P.O.
1860 Texas, Goliad County, Charco P.O.
 
 
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1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont, District 4, Census
1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont, District 4, Census
Leonard Hayes family; George Burrel family; Joseph Gallier Sr and Jr. families 
 
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1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Grigsby Bluff census
1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Grigsby Bluff census
Charles Gentz and John Beaumont families 
 
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1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census
1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census
James and Julia Sparks Court family; John and Melinda Jones Sparks family; and Samuel and Eliza Sparks Lee. 
 
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1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census page 61
1860 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass census page 61
page 2 of 2 pages: James Hayes' children including Matilda* and Ann* Johnson Hayes Gallier and other Hayes family members living with McCalls, Garners, also William and Charlotte Gentz Maass and children, as well as other relatives, Hemmenway, Stockholm, Gibson, Morgan and McGaffey. 
 
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1860 Texas, Orange County, Duncans Wood (Precinct 2) census
1860 Texas, Orange County, Duncans Wood (Precinct 2) census
DUNCAN'S WOODS, TEXAS. Duncan's (Duncans) Woods, also known as Duncan Woods and as Duncan's Wood, was on the nineteenth-century Beaumont and Orange Road in western Orange County. A scattered settlement was present there by 1854, when the Duncan's Woods post office was established. Though first designated as part of Jefferson County, the office was quickly switched to the new Orange County. Gilbert W. Stephenson served as its first postmaster. During the 1850s the Duncan's Woods area was considered one of the most valuable in the county, with higher land prices than for other Orange County sites. Several railroad contractors maintained camps there for workers building the Texas and New Orleans Railroad through Orange County in 1860. Yet the settlement was subsequently abandoned, and its post office was discontinued in 1866. By the mid-1980s the area was virtually treeless, with the North Port Neches and Bessie Heights oil and gas fields roughly marking the old townsite.


http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hvd43


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Solomon Sparks and family and John Riley (Railah), Malinda Cole Johnson Riley and family. Also, J. Pavell and Sophia are listed here, legends of Pavell Island (not related)

 
 
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1860 Texas, Sabine Pass page 60 census
1860 Texas, Sabine Pass page 60 census
page 1 of 2 pages: James Hayes' children including Matilda* and Ann* Johnson Hayes Gallier and other Hayes family members living with McCalls, Garners, also William and Charlotte Gentz Maass and children, as well as other relatives, Hemmenway, Stockholm, Gibson, Morgan and McGaffey. 
 
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1863 7/9 - Jones, Mabra and Martha Ponton marriage certificate
1863 7/9 - Jones, Mabra and Martha Ponton marriage certificate
officiating minister was Rev. James Lovelady, father of Sarah Lovelady Jones, Mabra's first wife. 
 
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1870 - Texas, Jefferson County, River Settlement (Port Neches) census
1870 - Texas, Jefferson County, River Settlement (Port Neches) census
Charles and Matilda Hayes Gentz, Charlotte Gentz, also Block families. 
 
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1870 Illinois, Christian County, Greenwood Township, Census
1870 Illinois, Christian County, Greenwood Township, Census
Polly Skinner, with sons Elvin Skinner and Bradley Skinner 
 
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1870 Illinois, Jersey County, Twp 6, Range 11 census
1870 Illinois, Jersey County, Twp 6, Range 11 census
Abraham Snider and family 
 
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1870 Illinois, Wayne Co, Fairfield, Census
1870 Illinois, Wayne Co, Fairfield, Census
Moyers, Oliver H & family 
 
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1870 Michigan, Berien County, Hagar Township, Census
1870 Michigan, Berien County, Hagar Township, Census
Benton Harbor office
James and Frances Hillard Ryther, Charles, Herbert, and Freddie. (Freddie is shown on the following page. 2nd page not shown here.) 
 
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1870 Missouri, Adair Co, Linderville, Census
1870 Missouri, Adair Co, Linderville, Census
East Part Range 16, East Chanton River 
 
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1870 Missouri, Adair County, Liberty census
1870 Missouri, Adair County, Liberty census
(office of Ringos Point)
John and Melvina Hughes Stone 
 
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1870 Tennessee, Putnam County, Cookeville census
1870 Tennessee, Putnam County, Cookeville census
Stone, Enoch Herschel and Eliza Maxwell famiy 
 
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1870 Texas, Chambers County, Subdivision 17, Wallisville Post Office census
1870 Texas, Chambers County, Subdivision 17, Wallisville Post Office census
page 1 of 2
Rebecca Stebbins Sherman, John Sherman family; Hamilton Sherman family; Willis Barnes family; Sam Doebner family; also Frank Silva family and Daniel Clark family 
 
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1870 Texas, Chambers County, Subdivision 17, Wallisville Post Office census
1870 Texas, Chambers County, Subdivision 17, Wallisville Post Office census
page 2 of 2
Rebecca Stebbins Sherman, John Sherman family; Hamilton Sherman family; Willis Barnes family; Sam Doebner family; also Frank Silva family and Daniel Clark family 
 
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1870 Texas, Chambers County, Wallisville
1870 Texas, Chambers County, Wallisville
1 June 1870
Lothrop* Sherman family: Lothrop*, Mary* Kirk, William, Esther, Amanda* Petronelle, Mary, Leverett: and Coleman Pleasant Hill family: Coleman, Sarah Adair, Mary, Virginia and his mother Epsy Hill. 
 
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1870 Texas, Harris County census
1870 Texas, Harris County census
Moore, William C., Rebecca Baker Moore, their daughter Eliza, his children by Eliza Green, her son by first husband Pillot, her father M.M. Baker and his son and grandson 
 
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1870 Texas, Lavaca County, Hallettsville Post Office Census
1870 Texas, Lavaca County, Hallettsville Post Office Census
Jones, Mabra; Martha Ponton, Stephen, Andrew, Nancy and Nellie Jones 
 
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1870, Texas, Jefferson County, Sparks Settlement census
1870, Texas, Jefferson County, Sparks Settlement census
 
 
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1880 Illinois, Jersey County, District 95 census
1880 Illinois, Jersey County, District 95 census
Abraham Snider and Elizabeth Craig and son Absolom 
 
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1880 Illinois, Sangamon County, Cooper Twp, Village of Breckenridge
1880 Illinois, Sangamon County, Cooper Twp, Village of Breckenridge
12 Jun 1880
Moyer* Harold Charles, Flora* Breckenridge, Gertie, Grace
 
 
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1880 Texas, Chambers County, Wallisville, Sherman and Barnes
1880 Texas, Chambers County, Wallisville, Sherman and Barnes
Lothrop and Mary Sherman, Amanda, 14 years old, and others; Bebecca Sherman Barnes and family; Richard Sherman (bro to Lothrop) and children; and Richard (son of John T) and family 
 
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1880 Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont (District 40) Census
1880 Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont (District 40) Census
Courts, James Madison and Julia Sparks Courts, and Helmer, James, Annie, Lillian, Fannie, Emmett, Viola, also Clifton Courts and family and William Courts and family. 
 
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1880 Texas, Jefferson County, District 41 (pg 2)
1880 Texas, Jefferson County, District 41 (pg 2)
 
 
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1880 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass (District 42)
1880 Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine Pass (District 42)
Mary* Johnson Hayes Gallier, daughter Mary Hayes Hemmenway and family;
son James* Hayes Jr. and his daughter Matilda* Hayes Gentz, husband Charles* Gentz, dau Claudie* Gentz and siblings;
also dau Matilda Hayes Garner and family;
granddaughters Anna Elizabeth and Martha Garner, wives of McCall brothers; her nephew Uriah Johnson and children; also William Allen family

 
 
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1880 Texas, Lavaca County, Precinct 5 Census
1880 Texas, Lavaca County, Precinct 5 Census
Mabra Jones, Martha Ponton Jones, Nancy, Nellie, Laura, Joel and Thomas Jones and James Ponton. 
 
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1880 Texas, Liberty County, Precinct 4 Census
1880 Texas, Liberty County, Precinct 4 Census
Jones, Cyrus, Nancy, Daisy, Mabra Madden, Clarence Y 
 
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1880 Texas, Liberty County, Precinct No. 4 census
1880 Texas, Liberty County, Precinct No. 4 census
Andrew Jones 
 
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1880 Texas, San Saba County census
1880 Texas, San Saba County census
Lovelady, James, George and Frances Bosworth Jones, James, George, and Drussie.
 
 
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1880, Texas, Jefferson County, District 41
1880, Texas, Jefferson County, District 41
Gentz, Fred and family, with Charlotte Gentz; Samuel Lee and family, Melinda Jones Sparks, and family; Brewton, Smith, Gray, Emmett Courts.
 
 
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1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
Stephen Lovelady Jones (and Almina Chesnut Lovelady, though not specified) 
 
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1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
Stricker, Annie B (wid) and sons Henry, Herman, Peter, Walter
page 1 of 2 
 
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1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1894 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
page 2 of 2 - Annie Stricker (wid) and sons, Henry J, Herman, Peter, and Walter W 
 
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1894-1898 City Directory, Illinois, Sangamon Co, Springfield
1894-1898 City Directory, Illinois, Sangamon Co, Springfield
Breckenridge P.R. - unsure who P.R. Breckenridge is; however it is noted that he is the only Breckenridge listed in this edition of the city directory. This image has been linked to the Preston Breckenridge Sr, (d 1880) and P Breckenridge Jr, who died in 1865 until this specific individual can be identified. 
 
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1894-1898 City Directory, Illinois, Sangamon Co, Springfield
1894-1898 City Directory, Illinois, Sangamon Co, Springfield
Moyer, H.C. and Miss Gertrude Moyer 
 
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1900 - Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont, Precinct 1 census
1900 - Texas, Jefferson County, Beaumont, Precinct 1 census
Thomas and Mary E Courts Smith and children, Will, Brewer, and Walles families, and Emmett Court and Lavina Keith. 
 
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1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
Henry J Stricker 
 
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1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
Linthicum Sue A, (widow of W.P.) 
 
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1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
1900 City Directory, Texas, McLennan Co, Waco
Stephen Lovelady Jones 
 
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1900 Illinois, Christian County, Ricks, Village of Morrisionville Census
1900 Illinois, Christian County, Ricks, Village of Morrisionville Census
Snider, John and Jane, Joseph and daughter Rosa May, William, Della and son Harry Estabrook 
 
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1900 Illinois, Sangamon County, Cooper Township census
1900 Illinois, Sangamon County, Cooper Township census
Cornelius Breckenridge and Elizabeth Barnhill, and Bancroft Mountz 
 
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1900 Illinois, Sangamon County, Springfield, Capitol Twp
1900 Illinois, Sangamon County, Springfield, Capitol Twp
9 Jul 1900
726 South 11th Street
Moyer, Harold* C., Flora* E Breckenridge, Gertrude, Preston, Maime, Bessie, William* A., and Ruth B.  
 
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1900 Missouri, Adair Co, Liberty Twp, Census
1900 Missouri, Adair Co, Liberty Twp, Census
 
 

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