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Re: Joseph "Joe" Canterbury, WV m. Sarah
Posted by: MC Hatfield (ID *****2676) Date: October 29, 2005 at 12:25:36
In Reply to: Re: Joseph "Joe" Canterbury, WV m. Sarah by Ida Mae of 719

Ida, would you or anyone else have information on the son's of Joseph and Sarah Canterbury like the names of their children etc.? I believe my great grandfather was a child of one of Joseph and Sarah Canterbury's boys. I have been looking for information on my g grandfather for awhile now and happened upon a census recently that gave me hope. The 1910 Census lists an 8yr old boy named Walter (listed as their nephew) living in the household of Joel and Mary Jarrell. Mary being Joseph Canterbury's daughter. That would mean Walter would be one of Mary's brother's children. I am almost certain the Walter living with Mary is my great grandfather but can't make the connection to any of Mary's brothers.

We would be grateful for any information as the name Walter Canterbury is all we know of our Canterbury line. I doubt this will be of any help but we "believe" our Walter was born 1901 +/- in Mingo County WV Social Security Records say he died in Mingo as well. He first married a Fannin (how reliable this is I do not know) and second an Ida Davis (how reliable this is I also do not know).

If anyone would be willing to share any information they may have I would be so grateful. Thank you in advance.
Feel free to contact me at: mc_hatfield@hotmail.com


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