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Mary Smith Reed (Reid) Garlington Stanford
Posted by: Janice Garlington (ID *****4483) Date: November 03, 2002 at 15:43:11
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FYI: I found Mary remarried after John Hubbard's death. She married a William C. Stanford and moved to Texas. In the 1880 census, you will find her in Grayson Co.,ED15, PRE6 p 321 C and D. On C you will find her and William along with a stepson Asa B. Reed who is 19. Also a son Willie who is 3. On page D you will find George age 2 and four other stepchildren: Josephine, Henry, Jesse, and Virginia Garlington. Looks like Mary had two children Jesse and Virginia while still married to John Garlington. Jesse Garlington's obit listed a half brother named Will Stanford and in 1900 Henry was living with Will Stanford and his wife Dona Riddle. At last a connection to the pieces. In 1900 Mary and William C. Stanford live next door to Asa Reid and his wife Annie with their children. Mary lists her birthday as Feb 1843 in that census. I have not been able to find her or William in the 1910 Texas census but still looking. I did find a William C. and Mary Stanford in Calhoun Alabama in 1920. Hope this helps some of you.


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