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Re: 21 Sons of Wm & Nancy Chunn Killebrew
Posted by: Nora Bruce - Cogburn (ID *****2960) Date: January 11, 2004 at 17:19:49
In Reply to: Re: 21 Sons of Wm & Nancy Chunn Killebrew by Barbara Day of 367

Thomas Harrel Killebrew b 5/2/1922 is in my family line, born to my great gggrandfathers second wife. James Thomas Killebrew was my gggrandfather, Joseph Floyd Killebrew was my ggggrandfather. William Killebrew was Joseph Floyd's father, born 1806. He is sometimes listed as William West Killebrew, Jr., William West Killebrew, Sr as being born in 1780.Most show Wiggins Killebrew as his father, but since Wiggins birth date is 1732-1735, and since "West" suddenly appears as a middle name in his down line and is NOT the maiden name of his wife, I'm looking for some other generation between. There seems to be a connection between Arthur Arrington and his wife Mary West to the Killebrew, because William Killebrew is listed as a nephew and a grandson in the wills of the Arringtons. I do see that Tom Arrington married Mince "Minnie" Black, Minnie being the Arrington listing William West Killebrew as her nephew in her will. If anyone has clues as to how to put this together to find some way that Arrington's and Black's bring in a "West" to become a middle given name... I'll give you a gold star!!


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