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Re: Debrows in MS
Posted by: Jimmie Anderson Date: February 05, 2000 at 04:08:28
In Reply to: Debrows in MS by Eugene DeBrow, Jr of 12

This change definitely occurred - my research shows a marriage between Samuel Devereaux and Hetty House in 1867, and on the same day Louisa Devereaux married Frederick Webb. (I saw the actual entries at the Harrison Co. Courthouse.) Also I have Richard Devereux in Escambia Co. FL in 1830 census and he signed a petition to the U.S. Congress in 1837 to clear the Yellow Water River in FL. Richard Davaro is on the 1850 census in Jackson Co. MS with Samuel, Louisa, Charles and William and other girls born in FL & AL. Richard is on the 1860 & 70 Harrison Co. census. Charles retained the Devereaux spelling, William chose Devro, and Samuel became Debrow. My documentation for all this is solid and there's no doubt about it. My problem arises with Richard's ancestry. Any help there?


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