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Margaret Viola "Maggie" Watson Jones
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Birth: Mar. 23, 1878
Mississippi, USA
Death: Jul. 21, 1973
Montague County
Texas, USA

Info from Brian E:
She is the fourth child of Robert Anderson Watson and Mary Helena Stanley Watson. She was born in Mississippi. Her older sister Una (third child) was born in Rankin County, Mississippi. Her younger brother Robert (fifth child)was also born in Mississippi. Family was living in Hind County, Mississippi in the 1880 census, but they seemed to move frequently. 
Family links: 
  Robert Anderson Watson (1846 - 1939)
  Mary Helena Stanley Watson (1850 - 1933)
  Alexander Jackson Jones (1862 - 1949)*
  Paul Alexander Jones (1898 - 1966)*
  Dock Jewitt Jones (1900 - 1988)*
  Glen Watson Jones (1902 - 1982)*
  John Stanley Jones (1907 - 2005)*
  Emma Wilson Watson (1868 - 1868)*
  Ezekiel Pickens Watson (1870 - 1874)*
  Lena Claudia Watson Northcutt (1874 - 1961)*
  Una Geraldine Watson Burson (1876 - 1962)*
  Margaret Viola Watson Jones (1878 - 1973)
*Calculated relationship
Mother; Headstone with Alexander J.
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Jonestown Cemetery
Wise County
Texas, USA
Plot: 2Mid, 1, 079
Maintained by: Cynthia G
Originally Created by: WiseCountyTexas
Record added: Nov 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44224427
Margaret Viola Maggie <i>Watson</i> Jones
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Margaret Viola Maggie <i>Watson</i> Jones
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Margaret Viola Maggie <i>Watson</i> Jones
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- Kathy Halliburton
 Added: Mar. 18, 2012

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