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Rosemary McFarland
Carrie Upton
Hi Brett,
Was wondering if you can shed some light. While researching Mary Jane Morrison Cook, I found in the 1910 US Census, that she and Clayton Cook had living with them, Carrie Upton, listed as adopted daughter. I also see the 1914 KY death certificate which lists her parents as you have listed, Ben and Margaret Foster Upton. Do you know if Carrie was adopted? I saw she died from Typhoid.
Thanks,
Rosemary
Added by Rosemary McFarland on Apr 16, 2015 11:53 AM
Clint Black
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I wonder if I might have a copy of the standing photo of SF Nuckolls? I would like to append it to my genealogy file. Importantly, I would want to identify and give you credit.

He was very influential during his 5 years in Wyoming and an ardent supporter of suffrage.

Much obliged,
Clint
Added by Clint Black on Mar 22, 2015 8:39 AM
Donna Skubic
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I believe John Anderson Claywell's eldest son was Thomas Burns Claywell, who I descend from, but I cannot find when and where he was buried.
Added by Donna Skubic on Mar 15, 2015 8:28 PM
 

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