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Re: Rebecca Draughon Whittle
Posted by: Robert Lamar Whittle Date: March 30, 1999 at 10:50:23
In Reply to: Re: Rebecca Draughon Whittle by Irene Wade Belcher of 285

Thanks for the input. I guess it was not unusual for brothers to marry sisters in that day and age. I have two aunts on the Whittle side who married Musselwhite brothers and another couple of aunts who married Wrights but don't know whether they were brothers or not. The 1850 census of Crawfors county should answer the question, though , because that census did list the members of the family by name and Nide and Rebecca would most likely be listed along with their ages so that would give us an approximate date of birth. I think you,re on the right track. Thanks,


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