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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.
Name: Yeast Infection No More System
HomePage: http://www.yourshortlink.net/yeast-infection-no-more
City: Willingdorf
Country: Austria
Sent: 09/19/2013 10:25:28 am

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Name: bodyweight overload overviews
HomePage: http://www.yourshortlink.net/bodyweight-overload
City: Woomera
State/Province: SA
Country: Australia
Sent: 09/18/2013 08:55:29 am

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Name: bodyweight overload overviews
HomePage: http://www.yourshortlink.net/bodyweight-overload
City: Woomera
State/Province: SA
Country: Australia
Sent: 09/18/2013 08:55:28 am

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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.
Name: Charlie Chapman
Sent: 06/12/2013 07:01:42 pm

Thanks for the info - I will check it against my family history database.
Name: Arline
HomePage: kked@peoplepc.com
City: Detroit
State/Province: Michigan
Country: Wayne
Sent: 06/11/2013 01:30:51 pm

I'm guessing of course but think your Evans Family come from a (Slave Owner)name(Henry Evans) in Newton County Mississippi)I looked at the 1860)(Slave Census)and he was themain Evans in Newton I lokked at the 1860 Census and found him and his famiy and he's the only(Evans)in the Nwewton Old enough age 179 the first your family shows,is in 1870 after th (Civil War)and living
in Newton I track back in Newton County Mississippi and found the (Evans Cemetery)AFO-Amer)presume this is where my ancestor are buried
Thomas Evans Birth 1863 Mississippi
Sibiling:Enamuel Evans
Father:Tom Evans
Mother:Adaline Evans
Beat 1 Newton,Mississippi
Addie B.Evans
Thomas Evans Head May 1863
Matilda Wife Feb
Matilda Norman and spouse Thomas B. Norman(1900)
Thomas Evans Beat 1 Newton,Mississippi
Age 17 Birth Place:Mississippi
Relationship to Head:Son
Father Name:Tom Evans
Father Birth Place:Mississippi
Mother Name:Adaline Evans
Mother Birth Place:Mississippi
Occupation:Farm Laborer
Marital Status:Single Race:Black Male
HouseHold Members;
Tom Evans Age 41
Adaline Evens Age 25 in 1855
Enamuel Evans Age 19 in 1861
Thomas Evans Age 17 in 1863
Eliza Evans Age 15 in 1865
Benjamin Evans Age 14 in 1866
Mary J.O Evans Age 7 Dau in 1873
John H.Evans Age 4 Son, in 1876
Lillie V.Evans Age 2 Dau, in 1878
Eugene Evans Age 1 Son in 1879
Belle Chapman Age 18 in 1862 Sister in Law
Tom chapman Age 14 in 1866 Brother in Law
Lottie Chapman Age 1 Niece in 1879
Come to find out that i was kin to Mr.Charie Chapman?

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