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Re: William H. and Mollie Dicus
Posted by: Nancy Beck (ID *****2425) Date: May 17, 2003 at 13:52:26
In Reply to: Re: William H. and Mollie Dicus by Ralph Jackson of 96

Ralph,

I have no proof of who George Dicus parents were. So many people have made assumptions on who they thought they were and several are listed online in World Connect and in Jake Dicus "Family History" site. It was once believed that George, John Horner and my g-great-grandfather Edward Dicus of Dade Co., MO were brothers. Let me say it has never been proved nor has it been disproved. No one knows for certain who the children of Edward Dicus the Revolutionary War soldier were. DAR records are not always proved, just best evidence to date.

I think if you check the Genealogical Society of Scottsboro, Alabama you may find some compiled records by Belle (Baker) Dicus whose husband Leonard Houston Dicus was Chief of Police in Scottsboro, Alabama in 1938. What information I have came from Joe-mac Tiffin the son of Annette Tiffin who was dau. of Anna May Dicus & James A. Tiffin of Scottsboro. They did not name an ancestor for George.

You can reach me at: <wildcat at ies.net>

Nancy Beck



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