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Re: William A. CLASBEY family-MO-KS-MT
Posted by: Ginny in Seattle Date: October 13, 2001 at 14:39:32
In Reply to: Re: William A. CLASBEY family-MO-KS-MT by Barbara Byington of 113

I don't think so, Barbara. These CLASBY-COLLINS-CAMPBELL lines pretty much stayed in the Benton-Hickory-Camden (western) county areas from before 1840 until about 1890. Some COLLINS relatives left for Idaho (near Hailey and Moscow) in 1890. R. H. Collins did a lot of running back and forth between south central Missouri and Moscow and Hailey Idaho, also spending a year or two near Joplin, Mo. and at least a few months somewhere in Oregon (haven't figured out exactly when or where yet). Based on letters I've recently obtained that Billy CLASBY wrote to his step-sister, it looks like he spent some time in California and Kansas in the late 1890s and early 1900s.

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