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201 (Research):I have been unable to locate the 1920 census record. I assume they lived in McMinn Co., Tennessee. Wilson, John Charles (I7502)
 
202 (Research):I have not been able to find any census records for the oldest three children for the year 1900. Nancy is buried in the Fairview Cemetery, Block S, Row 14, Space 03 Moore, Nancy Leutitia (I174)
 
203 (Research):In 1796 Julius Wilhoit assisted Annanias McCoy to survey Powell's Valley in Campbell County, TN. Julius had eighteen children but only fifteen have been identified. Wilhoit, Julius (I5257)
 
204 (Research):In 1808 John bought 150 acres of land on Cove Creek from John Liscollet in Greene County, TN. In 1830, John was taxed for 433 acres. In 1838, John was taxed for 150 acres. CENSUS: 1830 census of Greene Co, TN: John, age 40-50 yrs; 1840---; 1850 census of Bradley CoTN, HH#764, pg. 263: John WILLHIGHT (age 65); Mary (age 62); James (age 20); and Elizabeth (age 4). 1860 Mortality Schedule of Bradley Co, TN, pg. 348: John WILLHITE, age 75, farmer, died of dropsy. 1860 census of Bradley Co, TN: Mary (age 74); 1870 census of Bradley Co, TN: Mary, (age 82). Census information would put her birth closer to 1786-1788.

WILL: Written on 29 August 1859 in Bradley County, TN. It was not probated until August 1876 after Mary's death. Will mentions only his wife (Mary); daughter (Anny); and granddaughter (Elizabeth). Anny is indexed in the will book as Amy (handwriting of transcription could be read that way). Source: Bradley County Wills 1859-1905, pgs. 122-123. Additional family information obtained from the "J.J. Wilhoit Family Bible" published in the Greene County Pioneer, May 1995 (Vol. 11, pg. 95-2). Burial: Wesleyann Church Cemetery.Cause of Death: Dropsy. Census: 1850, Bradley County, TN (Age 65).Mortality Schedule: 1860, Bradley County, TN (Age 75). 
Wilhoit, John Wilson (I6192)
 
205 (Research):In 1850 moved to Morrisville, Polk Co., Missouri. Willson, Dicey (I9300)
 
206 (Research):In 1852 litigation was brought against Nancy by the children and step-children of James Wilhoit in Clay County, MO. Estes, Nancy (I6202)
 
207 (Research):In the 1920 census, Vera is shown living with her father and is a grade school teacher.
In the 1930 census, she is shown living with her father in West Frankford, Franklin
County, Illinois. Vera is shown as a stenographer. 
Peebles, Vera M. (I8963)
 
208 (Research):Indication is that the date of marriage is probably off by one year. James and Ada are both are listed on the 1920 census as single living in separate boarding houses. Mills, James Eldon Sr. (I132)
 
209 (Research):Information from Death Certificate -- Name: Clarisa Emeline Cook Death date: 26 Dec 1947 Death place: Nevada, Collin, Texas Gender: Female Race or color (on document): White Age at death: 91 years 6 months 2 days Estimated birth year: Birth date: 24 Jun 1856 Birth place: Lincoln County, Mo. Marital status: Widowed Spouse name: Father name: James Stinebaugh Father birth place: Arkansas Mother name: Mary Bridges Mother birth place: Arkansas Occupation: Retired Residence: Dallas, Dallas, Texas Cemetery name: I.O.O.F. Cemetery Burial place: Nevada, Texas Burial date: 28 Dec 1947 Additional relatives: X Film number: 2218733 Digital GS number: 4031419 Image number: 520 Reference number: 49705 Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976

Obituary -- Clarissa Emaline Stinebaugh was b. June 24, 1855 in Lincolm Co. Mo. died Dec. 26, 1947 in Nevada, Texas. She was the Daughter of James Cannon & Mary Frances Bridges Stinebaugh. She married Ira Erastus Cook on March 1, 1887. He was the son of Raleigh & Jane McCullough Cook. He was b. Dec. 7, 1857 and died Oct. 18, 1935. 
Stinebaugh, Clarissa Emiline (I3744)
 
210 (Research):Information from Find A Grave: Born to Abraham Franklin & Sarah Davis Mills, moved to Hill County, Tx. ca 1890. Married William C. Coppick 7-25-1900. Moved to McIntosh Co., OK. ca 1904. Moved to Ft Smith, AR. ca 1943. Raised 4 children, the last one with cerebral palsy, who lived with her till she died. A widow at age 45, she had a hard life, but was a true Christian & influenced many people. Mills, Ada Elvin (I448)
 
211 (Research):It is believed that James and his father fought in Lord Dunmore's War in 1774, in Virginia, and James came with Joseph to Washington district, (Watauga Settlements) NC about 1776. He entered and received grants for land adjoining Joseph's in Washington County. He was a delegate to the convention that established the State of Franklin; moved with his father and brothers to Indian territory (now Sevier County, TN) and helped erect Willson's Station. His heirs, (unnamed), entered a tract of 246 acres in junction of East Fork and Little East Fork of Little Pigeon River, on May 28, 1807. This was followed by grant No. 2506. This land was later known as the Hudsden Place and, in 1956 was owned by Mrs. John M. Marshall.

On the margin opposite East Tennessee Grant No. 2506, etc. there is a note which reads as follows, "March 10, 1823/ Received check for the nine last/ installments and the interest due thereon./ See check 977/ Heirs of James Wilson." We have so far been unable to find any record which lists the "Heirs of James Wilson, however we do find at a later date where Jonathan and James Wilson signed a petition in 1813 from Sevier County. (Letter from Directory of Tenn. Archives to M.A. Wilson, April 1, 1957) Grant 2506 was dated Aug. 3, 1812.

At the time of his death in 1793, Little Pigeon River was located in Washington Co.. Sevier Co. was formed in 1794 and contained Little Pigeon River. 
Willson, James (I4123)
 
212 (Research):It is know that William died at the Andersonville Prison Camp. There are too many William Wilson/Willson's to determine the exact cause and date of death. Willson, William Kendle (I8552)
 
213 (Research):It is obvious from the date of marriage (1895) that Mary was not the mother of the first five children of James E. White. Tennessee marriage records list a James E. White married to a Catherine Ellison in Union Co. in Sep 1878, but insufficient evidence exists to confirm this is "our" James E. White. Wilson, Mary Elizabeth "Betty" (I3020)
 
214 (Research):It is unknown what happened to Jim McConkey. The 1900 census lists his wife, Martha and son, Lawrence living in the home of her mother, Elizabeth Wilson. McConkey, Jim (I3023)
 
215 (Research):It is unlikely that Richard was born and died in Massachusetts. His parents lived in Virginia. His mother's Feathersone family had its roots in Virginia. His wife came from Virginia. Cross, Richard (I3765)
 
216 (Research):Iva Lee Hearn, 91, of Greenwood passed away Sunday, January 25, 2004, in Greenwood. She was a member of the Greenwood First Baptist Church and a retired teacher of 40 years. Ms. Hearn attended Arkansas Tech University at Russellville, the University of Central Arkansas at Conway and received her master's of education degree in education from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She taught schools in rural Paris, Jenny Lind and Greenwood and in Charleston, S.C. and was retired from the Fort Smith Public School System. She was a member of the National Education System the Arkansas Education Association, the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association and had been honored with a lifetime membership in the Parent Teacher Organization.

She is survived by her sister, five nephews, and four nieces. 
Hearn, Iva Lee (I2739)
 
217 (Research):James and Margaret were 2nd cousins. Joines, James Fender (I3108)
 
218 (Research):James Cannon owned a grant of land adjoining the home tract of Robert Willson on East Fork of Little Pigeon River in Sevier County. Cannon, James (I9288)
 
219 (Research):James Farmer was in WW I. Enlisted May 27, 1918, Iuka, PFC. Co 151 Inf. US Army. Served with American armed forces in France. Honorable discharge, character excellent. Age 26 at time of discharge. He loved nature and ejjoyed hunting, fishing and baseball. Played on community ball team when he was young. During WW II he worked for Chrylser in Detroit helping to make the Big Bombers. Moore, James Farmer (I131)
 
220 (Research):James Wilhoit and Mary Wilhoit were 1st cousins, once removed. Wilhoit, Dr. James Stephen Johnson (I5598)
 
221 (Research):James Willson moved with his father to what is now Sevier County, Tenn. in the period 1786-1790. Sometime between 1830 and 1836, James and Sarah went to Missouri with intent to settle there where James' brother Adam had proceeded them, but returned to Sevier County where James was living in December, 1848. Later, James and Sarah moved to Monroe or McMinn County, Tenn. Sarah is buried at Niota, near Athens, Tenn. Place of James' burial is not known. Willson, James Sr. (I5875)
 
222 (Research):James Willson, known as "Jeems", was a farmer and owner-operator of a tannery on Willson Branch, about 100 yards east of the old Shooks Post Office. This was at junction of old Seiverville Pike and the road leading to Kimberlin Heights. For three years (1846-1850) James and his family lived near New West, Abbeyville District, South Carolina, then returned to his Know County home. At the time of his marriage he repaired and moved into the old log, two story, house on the Kimberlin Heights road where the Willson - Hines family reunion was held on July 15, 1909.

Migration of the family seems at first glance to be very stable. Each census records them living in Knox Co., Tennessee. But a closer look reveals an interesting movement. Once census lists the birth state of Lavinia (1846) as being South Carolina. One census list the birth state of Ebenezer (1848) as being South Carolina. And finally the death of Mary Ann in 1849 appears to have happened in South Carolina.

Bible Records -- Tombstone Inscriptions for New Prospect Presbyterian Church Cemetery list James Wilson as being buried in the cemetery. 
Willson, James (I5954)
 
223 (Research):Jennie Lou Jordan was deaf, she went a school for the deaf in St. Augustine her job was making chocolate candy. She married a deaf man. He was a typesetter. Jennie Lou's husbands sister died and left two children. Jennie Lou and her husband raised the children. The children were not deaf. Jordan, Jennie Lou (I6086)
 
224 (Research):Jerry was born on a farm where the Panama Coal Mine was later located. In his early childhood, he moved with his family to the Wilson homestead located three miles north and east of Donnellson, Illinois. He attended Walnut Grove school in Montgomery County, Illinois, and on October 4, 1881, entered the College of Physicians and Surgeons in St. Louis, Missouri. On February 28, 1883, he received his medical degree from the school.

He practiced medicine for eighteen years in Donnellson, Montgomery County, Illinois. While in Donnellson, he was President of the Board of Trustees.

On October 31, 1903, he moved to Greenville, Bond County, Illinois, where he built a medical practice. In the 1910 census, Jerry was living at 412 E. Main in Greenville with his wife and two of his children - Joy Belle and George.

He was there in 1912. He was a very close friend of Dr. William T. Easley who he met while in medical school. At one time, Jerry owned a beautiful home east of Greenville.

At one point, Jerry might have lived in Washington, D. C.

He moved to Pleasantdale (or Pleasant Dale), Nebraska - west of Lincoln. In a column called " Wanderers" in the March 13, 1922, issue of the Greenville (IL) there appears a letter entitled "DR. J. C. WILSON LIVES IN NEBRASKA": "To All Wanderers: We left Bond County, September 14, 1918, and located at Elm Creek, Nebraska, and engaged in the practice of medicine. We are now living at University Place, Nebraska, and are well satisfied. This is a clean city, fine to live in and educate children. Mrs. Wilson is well and enjoys the associations. George W. is sixteen years old and will finish high school this year. The past year brought us the greatest sorrow of our lives in the death of Joy Belle. She left us a very precious baby, who is a continual reminder of her. J. C. Wilson"

Aunt Molly Donnell Hawkins wrote in her diary: March 3, 1921 - "Dr. Wilson and family arrived in Greenville with Joy Belle remains."

He was a member of the Methodist Church in Greenville, Bond County, Illinois.

Jeremiah died suddenly of a heart attack only a few minutes after he had eaten his dinner upon returning from attending services at the M. E. Church. He is buried with his wife and daughter in the Old Greenville Cemetery.

He was a member of the Bond County Medical Association. 
Wilson, Dr. Jeremiah Calfee (I4420)
 
225 (Research):Jesline is not listed on the 1870 Census. Lackey, Jesline (I6491)
 
226 (Research):John Robert Francis was the son of Robert Francis Jr (1830-1906) and Eliza (Humphries) Francis (1820-1903) both of Castle Cary, Somersetshire England. His parents and maternal grandparents settled in North Ridgeville, Lorain County, OH after immigrating to the U.S.A. in 1852.

His sister Jennie Eliza Francis (1863-1940) married James Milton Thornton of Akron, OH. 
Francis, John Robert (I9681)
 
227 (Research):John was a wodower with seven young children. One of these children became the wife of Gene Autry, well known cowboy-movie star. Editor note: Census records indicates that John had 7 children by his first wife Mary. Additionally, the family tradition concerning one of his daughters marrying Gene Autry does not appear to be factual. Gene Autry's first wife was named Ina Mae Spivey. None John's daughters was named Ina. Hubbard, John H. (I9465)
 
228 (Research):Joseph Edgar Glenn, Baptist preachers and denominational leader, was born August 21, 1882 in Iuka, Tishomingo County, Mississippi, the son of Joseph Barry Glenn and Nancy Leutitia "Lou" Moore. His father died when he was eight years old. He was of medium height and build, had blue eyes, and dark hair. About 1901, he married Floura Pruitt in Mississippi. They became the parents of some ten children. By 1910 he was a Baptist preacher and pastoring in Carlisle County, Kentucky. Afterwards, he returned to Mississippi and pastored churches at Laurel and Bay Springs. During the 1920s, he moved his family to Arkansas, where he pastored a number of churches and served as Secretary of the Missionary Baptist College in Sheridan. By 1930 he was pastoring in Ellis County, Texas, where his first wife died in 1930. He later remarried. During the early 1930s he pastored the 11th Avenue Baptist Church in Corsicana, Texas. In 1941 he was living in Marville, Phillips County, Arkansas where he was engaged in "evangelistic services." He late returned to Texas where he is recalled as pastoring Cockrel Hill Church, near Dallas, and Carrol Church near Tyler. He died July 9, 1967 in Dallas, Texas and is appears to have been buried in an unmarked grave in Mytle Cemetery in Ellis County. In 1917 and 1920 he represented his churches at the national meeting of the old General Association of Missionary Baptist Churches of the U. S. and served as assistant moderator of that body in 19??. The names of several of his children reflect his interest in Baptist history and religion: Hall, Judson, and Grace. Glenn, Rev. Joseph Edgar (I270)
 
229 (Research):Joseph was a captain on the Knoxville Police force for many years. Willson, Joseph W. (I8565)
 
230 (Research):Kern County Deaths BOOK: 94 PAGE: 213

William Elmer Bolinger, Sr. male, white age: 73 years Married Spouse: Annie L. Bolinger Born: 21 March 1891; Arkansas Died: 16 Sep 1964, 8 a.m.; H Street Convalescent Hospital, Bakersfield, CA Father: Andrew J. Bolinger born: Arkansas Mother: Mattie Woods born: Arkansas Occuaption: Farming for 18 years employer: DiGiorgio Farms Years in Kern Co: 28 In CA: 28 Military Service: World War I Usual address: 2003 Padre Street, Bakersfield Informant: none given Disposition: Burial, 18 Sep 1964, Union Cemetery, Bakersfield, CA Funeral Director: Payne & Sons Cause of death: bronchial pneumonia Due to: thrombosis - cerebral Due to: arteriosclerosis 
Bolinger, William Elmer (I6334)
 
231 (Research):Killed in Service Agnew, Sam (I4612)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Willson, Theron F. (I9458)
 
233 (Research):Laycock-Hobbs Funeral Home Inc.

Jackson J. Glaze, age 55, of McMinn County near Sweetwater passed away Wednesday.

A native of Sweetwater and resident of McMinn County all of his life, he was a member of Union-McMinn Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon and was a 35 year employee of Cleveland Manufacturing Company.

He was preceded in death by his father, Carl Dean Glaze. Survivors: Wife, Cindy Runyon Glaze of Sweetwater, TN. Mother, Sarah Frances Burks Glaze of Sweetwater, TN. Daughters & two sons-in-law: Jennifer Michelle Glaze, Sondra Jaye & Scott White, Sarah Beth & Timmy Millerall of Sweetwater, TN. Mother-in-law: Roberta Runyon of Sweetwater, TN. Sisters & brothers-in-law: Brenda "Peanut" & Paul Ronald Lingerfelt. Rita & Jerry Richesinall of Sweetwater, TN. Brother-in-law and sister-in-law: Ronnie & Missy Runyon of Maryville, TN. Sister-in-law: Tamela Runyon Sheppard. Grandchildren: Benjamin Dakota White, Thomas Carson White, Samuel Jarod White, and Brittany Jaye Miller. Several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be 4:00 P.M. Saturday at Union-McMcMinn Baptist Church with Rev. Doug Alexander, Bryan Coffey, and Jodie Moser officiating.

Interment will follow in Union-McMinn Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Howie White and Deacons of Union-McMinn Baptist Church, Gerald Wilson, Don Reed, Marshall Moser, Verlin Galyon, and Albert Lee Webb.

Memorial contributions maybe made to the Building Fund of Union-McMinn Baptist Church, P.O.Box 269, Niota, TN 37826.

The family will receive friends Friday from 6-8 P.M. at Union-McMinn Baptist Church. 
Glaze, Jackson J. (I7943)
 
234 (Research):Leonard F. Worley served during World War I. He was a Private First Class in the U.S. Army, 107th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division. Worley, Leonard F. (I11763)
 
235 (Research):Little is known of this Adam. There were two other Adam Wilsons, father and son, living in Greene County, NC during the adult life of Adam, son of Joseph, which causes some confusion among Genealogists. This son of Joseph proceeded the others and entered lands in Washington County in 1778 and lived on Big Limestone Creek. In 1779 he served on the Washington County Court and was a captain of a militia company. One tract of land he entered was later surveyed for Adam Willson, Jr. After 1790 Adam sold much of his land to john Blair who later sold it to Lewis Tadlock. Adam moved with his father to the district south of French Broad River and, in 1791, was appointed captain of Jefferson County militia by Governor Blount. When Sevier Co. was created out of Jefferson, Adam was a member magistrate of the first Sevier County Court, although not on the list of those first appointed by Gov. Blount.

On March 25, 1797, Adam wrote a letter to, "His Excellency John Sevier, Knoxville." Sevier was then Governor of Tenn. It said;

"Sir, from the long & intimate acquaintance between us & from the different accounts of War & peach daily Reported from Strangers & travelers among us the certainty of which we are at a loss to know Neither do we know what we ought to believe. Therefore in behalf of my frontier neighbors, Wiz Henry Simmonds, Captain Richardson, John Tillery & James Shaw & others of the frontier, citizens of the County of Sevier I write please Sir therefore it is consists with your freedom to communicate to me Either verbally or by way of letter by the bearers Philemon _____gers and Henry Simmons both sufferers on uncertainties, Whether we & them with other dependents may Venture to remove home in Safety or continue in our present unhappy situations.

Adam Willson

March ye 25th, 1797
N.B. My family & my fathers family is in a tolerable State of health at present.

A-W- "

The Richardsons and Simmons mentioned in Adam's letter were settlers of Richardson Cove, a few miles upstream from Willson's Station. Where Adam was when the letter was written is not known. Adam's reference to his father's family strengthens the belief that the father was Joseph.

Adam wrote another letter, or had it written for him, as follows:

"State of Tennessee, Sevier County.
To his Excellency John Sevier governor in and over said State and to the representatives of said county. Gentlemen I am very much obliged to you for your high opinion of me in appointing me a justice of the peace for said County in obedience to your appointment I swore in and has served this several years and finds myself Rendered un capable By a sore fit of sickness and a palsy in my right arm therefore I pray you in your Wisdom would Dismiss me and appoint James Furgason in my place and I shall Be in Duty Bound to forever pray. All from your Humble Servant
Adam Willson
September the 6 Day 1799. "

Future searchers fo the family of Adam Willson should not the following:

(a) A North Carolina grant of 1500 acres to Adam Willson was made in 1794, grant no. 251, recorded in Know County Register's Office, Deed Book 1-C1, page 162. The land was on Clear Fork of Cumberland River, probably in present Fentress County, TN. White people could not legally occupy these lands before 1819, when the Cherokee title was extinguished.

(b) One Adam Wilson signed a petition from Montgomery County, Alabama, i.e. the Alabama Territory, circa 1817-'18. Was this Adam, Junior?

(c) Adam Willson bought land from L. Todd in Lauderdale County, AL in 1834 (Lauderdale Deed Book 6, p. 194)

(d) One Adam Wilson married Elmira Moore in Lauderdale County, Ala. on Feb 20, 1869. (County marriage records.) Was this Adam the third?

Adam moved to Dickson County, Tenn. about 1804. His will recorded in that County in 1824. Goodspeed's History of Hickman County (created out of Dickson in 1807), says Adam W. was first settler in Hickman County, in Piney Creek, near Duck River. Nearby, on Duck river, James Wilson Jr. received a bounty grant from N.C. for 1000 acres, for Rev War service. Marshall A.Wilson has copy of the will. 
Wilson, Adam (I4124)
 
236 (Research):Lived in Great Bend Kansas in 1977. Hoisington, Wayne H. (I3357)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hoisington, T. L. (I6676)
 
238 (Research):Lived in Interlaken, Switzerland in 1977. Johnson, Richard Lester (I6678)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wren, Logan Richard (I6682)
 
240 (Research):Lived in Oklahoma City in 1977. Hoisington, Glenn (I6674)
 
241 (Research):Lived in San Diego in 1977. Hoisington, Ruth (I6672)
 
242 (Research):Lloyd was a graduate of the American Gymnastics College. Sistek, Lloyd John (I6155)
 
243 (Research):Loag Willson served as a private in the Union Army, Sixth East Tenn. Volunteer Infantry, with his brother Will, his cousin Andrew McMillan, et al. After the was he farmed and operated his father's tannery near Shook's Post Office, Knox County. At various times he lived in Sevier and Jefferson Counties. In 1880, with Zirkles and Bradshaws of Jefferson County, he moved his family to Plano, Texas and, after several years there, moved into Indian Territory and the present town of Hickory, Oklahoma. He was the Mayor of Hickory, at which place he is buried. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church. Willson, Isaac Anderson Loag (I8553)
 
244 (Research):Location of the family after the death of the mother, Gertie, on the 1930 census has not determined. Ruby married in 1929 and is living in Tishomingo Co. The other family members have not been located. Moore, John Alec (I4524)
 
245 (Research):Louise Christine Cross January 22, 1919 - February 26, 2009 BEND

Louise Christine Cross, age 90, passed away peacefully at Hospice House in Bend, Oregon on February 26, 2009. Born January 22, 1919 in Silverton, Oregon, Louise was the oldest daughter of Reinard and Inga Holm's 7 children. She married Charles H. Cross April 11, 1941. They started their family together in Silverton, then moved to Lebanon, Keizer and Bend. Louise was the center of the family through the years, as a great cook, hostess and caregiver for all. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with family on the Oregon coast. When her daughter, Karla, asked what she wanted to be remembered for, she said "I loved children."

Louise is survived by her son, Charles Cross (wife Lynn); daughter, Karla DeWilde; grandchildren, Kristine and Tyler DeWilde; great-grandchildren, Kylie, Gracie and Lili DeWilde; brother, Don Holm (wife Norma); sisters, Betty Matovitch (husband Paul) and Emmy Henjum.

Louise is proceeded in death by her parents; her brothers, Richard, Eddie and Carl Holm; her husband, Charles H. Cross who died November 16, 1995; and her grandson, Josh DeWilde who was killed June 21, 2000.

A private family ceremony proceeded her burial at Belcrest Memorial Park , Salem. The family will be having a "Celebration of Life" in the spring, place and date not yet determined. For those interested in attending you can contact one of the family members. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice House of Bend, Oregon. 
Holm, Louise Christine (I11809)
 
246 (Research):Luna came to Neosho County, KS with her family in 1871. She worked as a teacher in Kansas. Edwards, Luna A. (I9672)
 
247 (Research):M/SGT US Air Force World War II. Served from Sep 29, 1945 until Apr 30, 1948. Robinson, Talmage Dock (I337)
 
248 (Research):Margaret and James were 2nd cousins. Cox, Margaret (I3107)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wilson, Gail Tadlock (I9588)
 
250 (Research):Marshall Wilson book lists Archie, Mary, and Martha as being children of Cora. None of the 1910 to 1930 census lists any of these names. Mary E. (I9475)
 

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