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amanda schronce leatherman (#48005819)
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RE: ruby canipe
Very hard. Sometimes you can find them on reservations on censuses. I know that I came from an Indian line but could never find the true connection. I think it came from the Lowery lineage but I couldn't confirm it.

Added by MELINDA POOLE on Dec 23, 2013 10:25 AM

RE: ruby canipe
Lee Alexander Kanupps as spelled on death certificate. 1893 to 7 Jul 1964. Married Grace Williams the second time. Both died in Alamance County and are buried at Alamance Memorial Park but they are not on Find a grave. Double check everything but he was listed as Lee Alexander on one of the children he had with Sallie.

Added by MELINDA POOLE on Nov 21, 2013 11:16 AM

RE: ruby canipe
I found a marriage on Familysearch of Lee and Sallie. She was listed as Sallie Mathis (her mother's maiden name). The parents for Lee were listed as Lawson Kanipe and Isabelle Hefner. The death record for Lawson in 1947 was spelled Losin Kanipe. Lawson and Isabelle "Belle" are buried at Marvin Cemetery according to the US Genweb listings. Only their initials appeared. This family very hard to search because of variations of spelling. No luck on Lee yet but a clue that I have to check out.

Added by MELINDA POOLE on Nov 21, 2013 10:44 AM

RE: ruby canipe
The mother Sallie Huffman Kanipe's death Certificate is on Familysearch as I have it printed here. It says her father was Lonso Huffman (probably Alonzo) and the mother was Susan Mathis.

Added by MELINDA POOLE on Nov 21, 2013 9:58 AM

RE: Lee Canipe
I can't find the record now but there was 2 Lee Canipes. The one who married Florence Ross was still living with her in the 1940 census. They had a daughter named Ruby Pearl who married a Stroupe. The Ruby (1919) you have connected could not possibly be the child of this Lee unless she was born out of wedlock. That is what happens when there are some common names. The Canipes of your lineage used the spelling Kanipe most of the time. If I can find additional info, I will update you.

Added by MELINDA POOLE on Nov 14, 2013 12:38 PM

Schronce cousins
It is though that James Scronce (1802 - 1843) & Charles Scronce (1788 - 1880)(some have him born around 1793 or later) were brothers. It is also thought their father was Jacob Scronce born about 1775. But no evidence has been found or bible records.

Added by Michael on Feb 07, 2013 11:52 AM


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