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Re: Abner Acrey d 1869 Nacogdoches Cty TX
Posted by: Rebecca Acree (ID *****5561) Date: August 30, 2004 at 22:01:49
In Reply to: Abner Acrey d 1869 Nacogdoches Cty TX by P. Koch of 722

More on James Clayton and Frances Elizabeth Kesler: James Clayton was born in Banks Co Georgia in 1862 He married Frances Elizabeth who was born in 1864 She died at age 35. My grandfather, Robert Walter Acree was 5 years old. James Clayton left his 4 younger children, Robert, Delia, George and Thomas in the care of the oldest son William Henry Terrell Acree. Another daughter, Emmaline, had died at age 11. James Clayton reportedly moved to Texas in early 1900's and remarried. Somehow our pairs are related. The names are so close. Maybe James Clayton remaried and named his third daughter after his first wife Frances Elizabeth or James is not your direct line but a cousin, your relative, named his daughter after Frances Elizabeth. My grandfather was born 1894 and William H.T. Acree was born in 1886. Delia was the baby and was born about 1897 or 1898. Great Aunt Delia never knew her mother Frances Elizabeth and did not remember her father James C. Her brother, Robert Walter(my grandfather) did remember his parents even though he was only 5 at the time of his mother's death and his father's departure. Do any of these dates match with Abner and your Frances? Email me at rebecca355@msn.com


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