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Re: Clay Co., Mo -- DRENNONs
Posted by: Anita Knight Drennon Date: December 24, 2000 at 22:06:21
In Reply to: Clay Co., Mo -- DRENNONs by Jerry Byers of 117

Jerry: I just posted a reply to you on the Clay County Missouri forum, then went to this listing and find you had asked questions on others in this query I could answer also regarding John Henry. Here goes:

The oldest son was Samuel who died at one year of age.

Robert Drennon, born Jan 1882, was indeed a preacher.

Edward, born May 1887, retired from the MKT Railroad. He died and is buried in San Antonio TX.

Charles Henry (my father-in-law), born Oct 3, 1892, retired from the same Railroad also. He died in Fulton Beach TX and buried in San Antonio, TX.

John, born Dec 1899, retired from the same railroad. He died and is buried in Waco, TX.


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