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Lamar Miller (originally from Early Co., Ga)
Husband was David Grimsley 1861
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Green Rhodes, Eva June 8, 1921 - Blakely, Early, Georgia March 21, 2002 - Union County, NJ
I don't know much about her maiden name. I was told it was Smith; I was also told that she lived on a plantation in Henry County, as well as being a midwife. I can be reached at (678) 983-1773.
Thanks for your support.. I also have a photo of Mary.
I am in such of my during reconstruction. My Great-Grandmother, Mary Smith, lived on a plantation in the henry county area. I would love to know more about the smith plantation.
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I also read your J.W Anglin Jr, family tree pages. I am curious about the Photo of John Sr you posted on FAG, Did you get that from the Zion Church, or perhaps it was in your immediate family from JW jr..If you have that original, could you email a copy of it to me direct? It truly is a wonderful picture.
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Also you mentioned that Jesse Washington Galloway was married to a Norma Price daughter of Whitmore. I have that he married Lucinda who was Whitmore's daughter. Are these two women the same? If so, where does the name Norma show up?
Have you cleared up the conflict regarding William Galloway's wife, Polly?
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of William Elvin King his brother. I show he died Aug 1913. There was
a J V King died July 26, 1913 in Tarrant County, Texas. His Texas Death
Certificate was online at ancestry and it leaves parents name blank. The
informant was Mrs. King. I do not have any information on his wife.