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Name: Melissa Moore
City: Crockett
State/Province: Texas
Country: United States
Sent: 10/17/2013 02:49:20 pm

My grandfather said that his great grandfather was killed by a horse in Decatur Mississippi in 1849. His name was William Spencer Williams. He was married to Ellen Haley Williams. His son was born a little after his death in 1849. After W S Williams's death she married Sebron Pierce who had a daughter from a previous marrage named Amanda Jane. I would like to know if you have any information on the death of William Spencer Williams who died in 1849. Thank you for your help.
Name: Evelyn Cleveland
HomePage: edev@consolidated.net
City: Conroe
State/Province: Texas
Country: USA
Sent: 10/16/2013 03:56:42 am

My Father's family settled in Newton County in the 1800's (Boone/Clarke/Monroe/Harris/Williams). I am trying to find out the cause of death for a relative that died before death certificates were required in MS. He is buried in Decatur Cemetery. How can I obtain this information?
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Name: Danny Nicholson
HomePage: dnic51@gmail.com
City: Leander
State/Province: TX
Country: United States
Sent: 09/29/2013 01:02:02 pm

Hello, I am researching Horace Malone Nicholson and Eunice Simmons Nicholson and any information available. I am the grandson and my father was Lewis Franklin Nicholson. I am looking for information on their old homestead five miles out of town. It was a working farm. Any information will be most appreciated.
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City: Willingdorf
Country: Austria
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City: Woomera
State/Province: SA
Country: Australia
Sent: 09/18/2013 08:55:29 am

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City: Woomera
State/Province: SA
Country: Australia
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Name: Chris
Sent: 09/06/2013 12:41:58 am

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Name: Chris
Sent: 08/31/2013 01:48:29 am

There were indeed more black Chapmans in Newton at the time of Emancipation. Immediately I can think of Frank and Dilcey/Dilsey Chapman. I also know that Moses/Mases Chapman was there with his family. Both of these men and their offspring enumerated consistently up until the now published 1940 census. As a black man Frank Chapman later owned, through homesteading, some of the land where the early settler Chapmans once held patents and he a slave.

Elias Chapman who is actually acknowledged here remarried. I assume that Louzer passed on but would love to know if she had children with Elias. Elias is my 3rd great-grandfather. If you consult the 1880 census for Topeka, KS you will find Elias enumerated with his other wife, "Cytha," and their 3 children Elbert, Henry, and Fannie. As brother and sister Elbert and Fannie both married a brother and sister pair with surname Bender.

Name: Lisa
City: Eros
State/Province: LA
Country: USA
Sent: 07/04/2013 04:45:49 am

My great grandfather was Nathan N. Parker son of Jonathan Parker; I believe that Nathan's half brother was Jesse; I also think that they lived in Newton County before my great grandfather moved to Louisiana. I do not know a lot about our family history.
Name: Lisa
City: Eros
State/Province: LA
Country: USA
Sent: 07/04/2013 04:45:45 am

My great grandfather was Nathan N. Parker son of Jonathan Parker; I believe that Nathan's half brother was Jesse; I also think that they lived in Newton County before my great grandfather moved to Louisiana. I do not know a lot about our family history.

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