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James Thomas Wilkerson Allcock
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Birth: Sep. 20, 1845, USA
Death: Jun. 12, 1921
Graves County
Kentucky, USA

death certificate lists parents as James Wilkerson and Mahalia Allcock of Muhlenburg Co., Ky
age 75
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Family Bible record confirms his lineage.
Listing he and his siblings births. As well as his mother's second marriage to his stepfather.
"William Hendricks and Mahalatha Altezera Allcock married 11 Nov 1847"

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Please note that there is not a known stone in the cemetery. I have located sunken stones here though. IF James had one, it could be underground.
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4 Jun 1849: Stepfather, William Hendricks, was appointed conservator of James & his sister Sophronia due to inherited property in Graves County, Kentucky.
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1860: Boone, Greene, Missouri
1870: Haynes, Graves, Kentucky
1880: Haynes and Pottsville, Graves, Kentucky
1900: Magisterial District 7, Graves, Kentucky
1910: Magisterial District 7, Graves, Kentucky
1920: Kansas, Graves, Kentucky

 
 
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 Spouse:
  Mary Rebecca Brown Allcock (1846 - 1933)*
 
 Children:
  Charlie D Allcock (1882 - 1963)*
  Jefferson Thompson Allcock (1886 - 1944)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Allcock Cemetery
Mayfield
Graves County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Branon
Record added: Dec 20, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82209879
James Thomas Wilkerson Allcock
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Added by: Kenneth A. Allgood
 
 
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There is no headstone or marker at Allcock Cemetery in Graves County, Kentucky, for James Thomsa Wilkerson Allcock.
- Pam H
 Added: Feb. 21, 2013
 
 
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