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Re: Calcote's of MS
Posted by: Scott Spencer (ID *****7748) Date: November 11, 2006 at 00:57:18
In Reply to: Re: Calcote's of MS by Frances Brite of 273

Well Hello again Frances Brite. It's me Scott Spencer. You helped me with a connection of Calcotes to my wifes family of Adkins. Anyway I could sure use your help again. Only this time its my own family of Spencers. You see my Gr.Gr.Grandfather, was Robert Spencer. Now then having said that I have discovered he went by several first names. He was born abt 1821, in N.C. as "Robertson", He was listed in the 1850 census for Upshur co. Tx. as R. Spen"s"er, then in the 1860 census for Poke Co. Ark. as "Robert", and in the 1870 census for Pike Co. Ark. as "Robinson" Spencer. He I guess died after that. Anyway I bought this book on his Ascendants, and in it he aparrently lived in Miss. sometime between 1840 and 1850. According to this book he got married in Yalobusha Co. In the year 1847. He married a woman named "Eliza Calicoat". Thus you see why I stumbled over this message on the Genforum. Anyway Eliza dropped out of sight by the 1850 census in Texas. He married my Gr.Gr.Grandmother, Rebecca Clinton, sometime between 1850 and 1855 when their first son was born. Now Frances I know that you know a lot about Calcotes. Can you help me please? Scincerely Scott.


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