Okay, you confused me on this one. Is there a solution to this fine-looking family that you have listed and the John M./M.J. Brantner family on the 1880 Census, district 144, Robertson County, Texas, Page 489B and 490C.
John M. Brantner a.31 b.MO
M.J. Brantner a.24 b.TX -- Margaret Johnson, aka Peggy?
Emily L. Brantner a.9 b.TX
E.K. Brantner a.7 b.TX -- Elizabeth Killian?
Susana L. Brantner a.5 b.TX
Evaline S. Brantner a.2 b.TX
Susana Brantner a.53 b.VA -- Susana Lampkin? John M's Mother?
George Brantner a.23 b.TX -- John M.'s brother?
Amborse Brantner a.16 b.TX -- John M.'s sister?
Emily Brantner a.13 b.TX -- John M.'s sister?
Mary Johnson a.27 b.TX -- John M.'s sister?
Elnora Johnson a.10 b.TX -- Mary's kids, I presume?
Florance Johnson a.8 b.TX
Peter Johnson a.6 b.TX
Susan Johnson a.3 b.TX
Are there really two sets John M. Brantner/Margaret Johnson Brantners? The two entirely different sets of children seem to indicate this singular phenomenon.
I'm hoping there is a more likely explanation.
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