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Mary Riser (#48021338)
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grace rabon
RE: King Family
Mary I wish I could help you find a link to your relative. My mom was a King and her parents were Frank King and Rosada Rabon King. They were from the Bayboro section of Horry County. Good Luck with your search. Grace Rabon
Added by grace rabon on Mar 26, 2015 6:33 AM
Liz
RE: Traxler
In my first reply to you, I sent a direct link which you can copy and paste to your pc's address bar, to take you to Ed's profile page.

However, you can also click the edit button to the right of "My Find A Grave friends", on YOUR profile page, and simply follow the directions.

Added by Liz on Nov 18, 2014 11:14 AM
Liz
RE: Traxler
Sorry I can't help you find your family, but you should certainly contact Ed Traxler to see what he knows.

Added by Liz on Nov 17, 2014 8:40 PM
Liz
RE: Traxler
You threw me off with "Sheriff Traxler", and then my brain went in to "sleep" mode. LOL!

Deputy Bryant's first wife was Eliza Traxler. She was the daughter of William & Ann Elizabeth (Sanford) Traxler. And yes, now that my brain has thawed... William & Ann were both born in SC, per the 1860 census. (BTW, the surname was listed as "Traster" on that census.)

I really don't know much more, but it appears William & Ann moved to FL between 1852 & 1854.

Added by Liz on Nov 17, 2014 7:49 PM
Liz
RE: Traxler
Mary,

I'm sorry, but I don't know of a "Sheriff Traxler". I do know the community of Traxler, in Alachua County, FL was "founded" by William Traxler who built the first store/post office there. I believe he first built the lumber mill, which ofcourse brought the workers, thus the community.

Further, I don't have knowledge of a specific relation to South Carolina. However, I would recommend you contact Ed Traxler, a contributor here at Find A Grave. He may have much more to offer you in that regard. You can copy & paste the link below, to take you to his profile page.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46977610
Added by Liz on Nov 17, 2014 4:12 PM
 

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