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Rebecca Ann Mansel Hale
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Birth: Sep. 8, 1826
Columbus County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 7, 1905
Leon County
Texas, USA

The Y2K book lists only R.A.Hale with these dates.

Inscription: "She was a kind Aunt and Mother to us all".

Some researchers say she is Rebecca Ann MANSEL.

1900 TX Leon Co:
Rebecca Hale 73 (Sept 1826) widow NC NC NC
Charles H. SOWELL 27 (Mar 1873) single nephew AL NC AL
Maggie JENNINGS 21 (Feb 1879) single niece TX AL AL
Betsy JENNINGS 2 (Oct 1897) single niece TX AL TX

Not everyone can see family trees on ancestry.com; so here is a family tree for her.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/y/o/r/Linda-R-Yorkhudson/PDFBOOK1.pdf

Always do your own research to confirm.

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Received additional info 12/31/13
Their suggestion:
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We believe this Rebecca is Rebecca Ann oldest child of William Mansell, son of Elisha, and his first wife who had nine children. With the death of her mother, Rebecca shouldered a large burden in caring for the younger children. In 1863, Rebecca married Jordan Hale, they were the parents of Emma and Thomas. He died before 1870.

 
 
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 Children:
  Emma Hale Winstead*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Hale Cemetery
Leon County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: mlWtrant
Record added: Jul 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93292206
 

Aunt Rebecca was a very special woman. She raised Maggie & Clara Mansel after the death of her mother. She was also known to take in other homeless children. Source: Flo Jennings Bennett, granddaughter of Maggie.
- Carol Hoch
 Added: Jan. 25, 2014
Descendant of The immigrant Mansell ancestor so many have searched for over the years remains a mystery which may no be solved. The name Mansell spelled many different ways we have found in colonies as early as the late 1600's. Our first proven Mansell i...(Read more)
- Carol Hoch
 Added: Dec. 31, 2013

- Carol Hoch
 Added: Dec. 27, 2013
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