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Re: James Curnutt, b. Aug 15 1827, Tenn
Posted by: Debbie Blakley (ID *****1742) Date: August 13, 2006 at 16:16:03
In Reply to: Re: James Curnutt, b. Aug 15 1827, Tenn by ivanell Chesser of 319

I have a Mary CORNETT/CURNETT & James TRAVIS marriage lisc. from Jefferson Co., TN. dated August 08, 1857.

I was wondering if this Mary might fit into your lines somehow? So many folks went by there middle names that it's difficult to place folks.

I saw that you were also looking for ROSZELL and SPIKES, in Crawford Co., Arkansas? I have family there as well and they originally traveld thru Boone CO., ARK.

William R. Spykes m. Melissa R. Rozell and had at least one daughter that I know of>

Cynthia Margaret Spykes who m. Oliver L. Travis on September 09, 1894, in Crawford Co.

Oliver was the s/o Joseph TRAVIS of Jefferson Co., TN. who was the brother of James who married Mary CORNETT/CURNETT.

I have an obit of Cynthia Margaret (Spykes) TRAVIS, from 1942, that lists several SPYKES brother's, living in Telephone, TX. & Hermeligh, TX. (I think Telephone, TX. is in Fannin Co.?)

I also have an e-mail from a mon who has William Rite Rozell's parents as Stephen Rozell and Mary Miller.

Another thing I find interesting is that in some old family letter's that they frequestly mention a female by the name of "Chessie"...which may or may not have something to do with your last name? At any's an unusual name for a girl.

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