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Hello to all,|
I have been researching my family line since 2000.
These are the names I am researching:
Henry, Henderson, James, Williams, Hall, Wade, Dean, Burrell, Alexander
Lelik, Gombkoto, Kadar, Benedek, Zombory, Pal, Fish, Lodri
If there is anything I can do to help you please let me know.
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|Beatrice Bennett||RE: Jesse James|
John A. James was married twice. His first wife was Rhonda Strong. They had five children:1.Sarah, 2.Jesse,3.Augustus; 4.John Q.A. and 5.Jane.
He married 2nd. Angeline Moore and had five children. 1.Pinkney, 2.Palisada, 3.William, 4.Appleton and 5.John H.
Augustus James was also married twice. He and his first wife, Lucinda Swinney had four children. 1. Wiley; 2. John; 3. James and 4.Samuel.
Lucinda died btw 1870 & 1876 in Smith County, Texas.
Augustus married Nancy "Nanny" COATS Hubbard in 1876.Nanny had a son William Hubbard, age abt 2 when they married.
Augustus and Nannie had eight children. 1. Henry Lee. 2. Oscar M. 3. Joseph Andrell, 4. Dewitt. 5. Horace, 6. Ella, 7. Milton and 8. Elizabeth (Lizzie).
In the 1910 Smith County, Texas census Nanny's
grandson George Hubbard, age 10 was with her.
Which of Augustus' children is your ancestor?
Hope this heps...Bea.
|Bud Wiley||The Elusive Henrys|
I guess it will just remain a mystery,much like when/where Hiram died and is buried. My grandmother was Laura Estell Henry, daughter of Patrick Bruce Henry, son of Strother, son of John D., son of Otho, son of Aaron. I've done most of the secondary lines also. The last time I generated a report of Aaron's descendents it was 250+ pages. Probably should find a new hobby.
|Bud Wiley||Minor C Henry|
Do you have any idea where your g-grandfather disappeared to during the 10 year period after his first wife's death and before he remarried? I can't find him anywhere. I'm his 1st cousin, 3x removed, and have tons of info on the Henry's.
|Beatrice Bennett||Jesse James|
I was at the Granbury/Clayton Cemetery today. I'm sorry to say there is no marker for Jesse James.
The cemetery is in the woods filled with broken limbs and some stones or broken or gone completely.
Jesse James was my great grandfather.
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