|Audrey Coleman Edelen (#47088139)|
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|I have been working on my family tree for about three years. I am searching Coleman, Nipper, Ford, Roberts, Jenkins families of Georgia and Florida. In Maryland I am searching Wilkinson, Stamp, Rawlings, Tayman, Edelen.|
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|Al Williams||William Randall Jenkins|
I have confirmed that the connection you requested would be incorrect. The William Randall Jenkins in my tree is the son of James (from South Carolina) and Martha (of Florida). According to the 1880 US census of Hamilton County, Precinct 2, James and Martha had the following children:
Mary age 16
William age 14
Joseph age 12
Martha age 9
Samuel age 7
in addition, the 1885 Florida Census for Hamilton County list the following children in the house:
W. R. age 19
J. L. age 16
M. R. age 15
S. ? age 12
I also called Lamar Jenkins, Property Appraiser for this county and inquired his grandfather's name. He is a cousin of my maternal cousin, Frances Jenkins Fennell. Lamar stated that his grand father was Joe (Joseph) L. Jenkins who had brothers William Randall, Sam, and one called "Skid." His grandfather had lived in Hamilton County.
I believe we are talking about two different William Jenkins.
Let me know if you have any questions.
|Al Williams||findagrave request|
your request, "Additional information. Please link William Jenkins to his parents. Father: Robert A. Jenkins memorial # 44033181 and his mother Pinkie Burnett Jenkins memorial # 44033252," is incorrect.
Pinkie Burnett Jenkins 39356249 is the wife of William Randall Jenkins 44374986, not the mother. The Find A Grave number you gave is for Sara E. Roberts Jenkins 44033252.
Williams Randall and Pinkie Burnett Jenkins are the grandparents of my maternal first cousin, Frances Jenkins Fennell. She knew very little about the Jenkins family as Jenkins family history was never discussed at her house, even though her father, Frank Jenkins lived until she was grown.
I transferred the Edelen's over to you. You can request that your father's memorial be transferred to you as well so you can add in a wonderful bio if you hadn't done so.
Added by C on Jan 02, 2010 10:00 PM
|Floridaresearcher||Mary E. Coleman|
I transferred this memorial to you so you can add information on your grandmother.
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