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William DUGGINS & Mildred LUNSFORD
Posted by: Nikki NICKELL (ID *****2197) Date: July 09, 2002 at 00:32:44
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Information I have says William DUGGINS and Mildred LUNSFORD were parents of the follwoing children, probably born in Kentucky in or around Lexington:
Robert,Richard, Riley, Shelvan, Molly [married an ASHE], Lily [married a TRUE] and Lizzie who married William PYLE or PYLES, first cousin to my grandfather, Thomas EDMONSON. William was born in Bracken County, KY July 1878, probably married Lizzie DUGGINS in or near Lexington. From 1905 to 1910 they are listed in the Cincinnati City Directories and then moved back to Fayette County where they were during the 1920 census. They attended a party for William's brother Raymond in Walnut Hall, KY in 1929...and word has it that at some point they moved back to Cincinnati.
William and Lizzie were parents to Clifford [nothing further], Lillian [nothing further], and Marie born abt 1909; md first to Sargent [name not a rank] Morris WILLIS and had a son named Sargent Morris WILLIS. Sargent was a Cincinnati policeman and supposed ot have been killed when a still blew up during a raid. Marie married again to Charles LARKIN and had three more children, Lula Mae, Jackie and Gordon. Any information re: any of these people or corrections to info would be appreciated.
NNickell@aol.com


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