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Re: RE.Kinslows in tennessee
Posted by: Deborah McCullough Date: July 31, 2000 at 09:08:12
In Reply to: Re: RE.Kinslows in tennessee by B.D. Wood of 527

B.D.- Does your Tennessee Kinslow info include a James Kinslow, b. ca1837-38? I have found J.F. (probably J.T.) Kinslow on the 1860 Dallas County census as farm laborer born in TN, and a James T. (or James E.) Kinslow mustered out at McKinney Texas with 15th TX Cavalry, Company E. My gggfather was a James Kinslow, died as POW at Camp Douglas, Ill, married to Martha Ray in Dallas County ca 1860-61, one child Julie born ca 1862 (my grandmother's mother); Have been unable to place him in a Tennessee family thus far. Any possibilities? thanks.


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