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Terry Mason's Family History Site

Major lines: Allen, Beck, Borden, Buck, Burden, Carpenter, Carper, Cobb, Cook, Cornell, Cowan, Daffron, Davis, Downing, Faubion, Fauntleroy, Fenter, Fishback, Foulks, Gray, Harris, Heimbach, Henn, Holland, Holtzclaw, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lewis, Mason, Massengill, McAnnally, Moore, Morgan, Overstreet, Price, Peck, Rice, Richardson, Rogers, Samuel, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Wade, Warren, Weeks, Webb, Wodell, Yeiser, Boyce, Branch, Cooper, Jackson, Mann, Nichols, Prior, Sweeting.

 

Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Rev Peter Quinn

Source of Peter Quinn from AOL ChuckwH273 24 Mar. 1995; Got a reliable source who says Pete Quinn went to MS abt 1809, and was the Governor of Mississippi Territory. (AOL ChuckwH272, Mar. 29, 1995) prs

Following was originally posted on 3 Jul 2009 in the Saudere Family Tree on Ancestry.com by WSauder. "Peter Quin served as a private in the 8th Virginia Regiment during the Revolutonary War. Peter enlisted in Captian Thomas Berry's Company of the 8th Virginia Regiment of foot soldiers which was commanded by Col. Abraham Bowman. Muster cards list his term of enlistment as 2 years. His company muster roll for May & June 1777 has in the remarks area that he was sick at Morristown and that his enlistment time expires the 10th of April 1778."


Marriage Notes for Wybourn Fisher Foulks and Mary Lou Lydy-6922

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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1936 Allen County, Indiana


Otto Schmidt

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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In 1935, purchased a Yoder-area farm from Cyrus and Dell Johnson, an aunt-uncle of Mabel. Otto (Smitty) had been a foreman at the Dudlo electronics plant in Ft. Wayne, and Mabel had worked for him as a coil winder. Source: Nolan Schmidt.


Albert G. Foulks

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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Electric railway (interurban) motorman 1893 Ft. Wayne, Indiana

DEATH: In state hospital.
Sworn in as a policeman (Badge 43) during a conductors-motorman strike 30 MAY 1893 Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Abandoned his family by attorney notification 13 APR 1907 Allen County, Indiana


Nancy E. Camp

Will of Mary Williams.
1860 Census, St.Clair Co., AL.
Camp-Kemp Family History, by Robt Mann.


Nancy E. Camp

Will of Mary Williams.
1860 Census, St.Clair Co., AL.
Camp-Kemp Family History, by Robt Mann.


James Ashcraft

Research notes of Warren Cozby.
CSA Texas Cavalry Co., 1st Regiment, 12th Battalion.
Census - 1850 St.Clair Co., AL; 1860 Smith Co., TX; 1870 Woods Co., TX; 1880 Henderson Co., TX.


Dowager Camp

Research notes of Warren R. Cozby.


Mary E Frazier

Camp-Kemp Family History by Robt Mann - resident of Jackson Co., Al- 1871.

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