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Re: Keziah Kissee/Willoughby LewisThomas Kissee
Posted by: Brenda Smith (ID *****9058) Date: March 30, 2006 at 19:43:35
In Reply to: Re: Keziah Kissee/Willoughby LewisThomas Kissee by Marilyn Richardson of 202

Marilyn, it has been while since we talked and now I don't know which line I want the most help with. First I think Marfield Kissee is the father of Daniel father of Roll Kissee (mother sarah then married marler she ran off with). she is step daughter to my Abe Parks Now the new info that sent me checking things tonight. In the 1870 census in Douglas County, Mo. is a Polly, Angeleine, Stephen, ? Jane and Mary F. Lewis I think Stephen is connected to my Cheek/ Parks lines and Mary F. (I think she is Stepehns wife) my Taylor/Parks line. I wondered if these Lewis are in any way connected to you Lewis line. I am just going on a 1900 Census for Steve Lewis in Boone with his sister-in-law Sarah J. Honeycutt listed in the household but she is also listed with Washington Taylor in Taney County as a sister. I am thinking that Wshington, Sarah and Mary are sibling. Dates work pretty well but I just don't have info this far back on any of them to work with. I also wondered if Jane Lewis married to Daniel Hopper might be part of the Lewis's I am looking for. . I do have info now on how Diana Coker Baughmans dad Ned died. Thanks for any help.

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