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Re: The Dismuke family's African-Americans
Posted by: Gurteen Date: August 26, 2001 at 19:11:25
In Reply to: Re: The Dismuke family's African-Americans by GERTENE DOCKERY-WINSTON of 136

I read your posting. I am also searching for information on Dismuke and Dockery African-American lines. My mothers parents were Jim Dockery, birth place not known, and Amberine Sanders Dockery . They lived until they died in Buckner Ar. They had 4 girls and 1 boy. My mothers name was Elnora. I know (GF) Jim Dockery b.2/5/1893 d.8/29/52 and is burried Clevet Springs Cemetery. His Mother was Julie Woods, Father was Abe Dockery.(GF) Jim Dockery was tall(over 6 ft.), slinder build,silky hair,very light skin,wore 16 shoe,and had blue/gray eyes.(GF)Jim came into the Buckner area and married (GM)Amberine. I don't know where he was from. I was told that (GGF)Abe had a brother named Saul and a sister May or Mae. Abe and Mae/May had one daughter Esther,and sons Daniel, Dary/Darie, Luster and, Goodley. My fathers family lived in the Buckner/Clevetsprings area??I am not sure. My fathers mother was Myra Gantt who was of the Dismuke line and was of Native American/African blood. I do not know which Nation. I believe (GM)Myra's parents were Etta and Profite Dismuke. I have very little information about my fathers family. I am searching for any information that you can share.


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