I am looking for desendants of Thomas Jackson b.1828
in Livingston Co, Ky. d 1889 in Mississippi Co. Missouri. He was
married to Serina Knight. They had ten children from 1870 to 1887.
Thanks for your help. TJ
Gracie Taylor Fri Jul 25 20:00:48 1997 I am trying to find info on the parents of JAMES CORBETT JAMERSON. He was married to NOLA E. JOHNSON and they lived and raised their children in E. Prairie. I would also like any information on JAMERSON siblings of JAMES CORBETTT and the JOHNSON sieblings of NOLA. James was born Sep 7, 1894 in Vienna IL and died Mar 5, 1977 in E. Prairie. Nola was born Jul 8, 1898 in Belknap, IL and died Feb 19,1978 in E. Prairie. Thanks for any kind of help anyone can give.*
Surnames: JEFFRIES, WHITE
Submitter: Joyce (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 05 Mar 1999
Looking for Clay Jeffries and siblings the years 1875 thru 1900 any info will be greatly appricated thanks
Submitter: George Johnson (email@example.com)
Date: 25 Mar 1999
I am searching for information on Marion Johnson and/or his brother Augustus Johnson. Marion related that he was born in Charleston on September 8, 1846. He told his children that he had served in the War Between the States, unit unknown. Any information will be appreciated.
firstname.lastname@example.org I've been having a TERRIBLE time with (gasp) the Johnson's.Here's what I have: Clary Jane Johnson was born, according to census records, in Missouri. She was married to William Robert Clayton, a resident of Mississippi County, in Dunklin County June 29, 1876. On the 1880 census they were still in Dunklin County with "Jane" listed as age 23. They moved to
Mississippi County around 1881. She died May 15, 1900 (just before the 1900 census). According to the tombstone in Charleston's Old Grove cemetery she was born August 12, 1859. Clary had a sister. Alice Johnson was born 1867. She was married to James Blyze on March 24, 1887 in Charleston. They had five children before she too died about the same time as Clary Jane, in 1900. She's also buried in Old Grove Cemetery, next to James. This has been a dead end for me for over ten years. I submitted a query
to Muddy Roots back when I first started investigating this branch of my tree. At the time of that query I did not have any of the information on Alice so maybe something will break loose this time. If you should think of anyone to pass this message along to that you think might help please feel free to do so. Thanks for your help.
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