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Elizabeth Frances "Bettie" Jennings McKnight
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Birth: Oct., 1897
Leon County
Texas, USA
Death: Apr. 10, 1973

Bettie was the first born of Margaret Mansel Jennings and Edward Jennings. The 1910 Census finds Bettie living with her mother and two brothers, Bert and Lon.

She married Wiley McKnight and they had one daughter, Dorothy.

Family links: 
  Isaac Edward Jennings (1877 - 1964)
  Margaret Elizabeth Mansel Kitchens (1879 - 1959)
  William Wiley McKnight (1896 - 1962)*
  Elizabeth Frances Jennings McKnight (1897 - 1973)
  Albert Bowen Jennings (1902 - 1984)*
  Lon Jennings (1909 - 1980)*
  Jewell Jennings Moose (1911 - 1986)**
  Vernetta Ora Jennings Kendrick (1914 - 1996)**
  Robert Samuel Kitchens (1915 - 1916)**
  Bonnylyn Dawn Jennings Manen (1925 - 1987)**
  Effie Jennings Self (1930 - 2008)**
  Evvie Jennings Beard (1930 - 2007)**
*Calculated relationship
Hopewell Cemetery
Leon County
Texas, USA
Created by: Carol Hoch
Record added: May 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69728094
Elizabeth Frances Bettie <i>Jennings</i> McKnight
Added by: Carol Hoch
Elizabeth Frances Bettie <i>Jennings</i> McKnight
Added by: Carol Hoch
Elizabeth Frances Bettie <i>Jennings</i> McKnight
Added by: Gary W. Adams
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Sterling H Brooks, wo applied for a Confederate Pension on 7 August, 1899. He was a farmer, 75 years old and lived in Leon County. War Department records show he was a First Lieutenant, Company F, 37th Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. He enliste...(Read more)
 Added: Mar. 21, 2013
Descendant of Capt Samuel Bowen of Elbert County: Revolutionary War Pension Record number not known, Georgia Genealogical Magazine No 5, Page 285-286. Samuel volunteered in August, 1779 as a private. He was living in Mongtomery County, North Carolina, enl...(Read more)
- Carol Hoch
 Added: Aug. 16, 2011
You are not forgotten, loved one, nor will you ever be; as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As time goes by, we'll miss you more. Your gentle face, no one can fill your vacant place.
- Carol Hoch
 Added: May. 12, 2011

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