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Re: Lampkins in Ks. or Mo.
Posted by: dynda andrews Date: April 18, 1999 at 22:23:01
In Reply to: Lampkins in Ks. or Mo. by Kyle Lampkin of 264

I have a Frank Collins, son of John Collins and Roada (sp.?) Lampkins, Sherburne KY, married Sarah Ann [Sally] Lynam in Sherburne and moved to Mercer Co. MO. Frank Collins and 4 of the 7 daughters he had with Sally died between about 1890 and 1894 (apparently there had been a very bad "fever and ague" in about 1890, from which many died quickly, and which also weakened some survivors so much, they died within 2-3 years. Widow Sally and three surviving daughters joined her father and mother (and others) in a move to what became Howard, Elk Co. KS. One of the three surviving, Edith Hester Collins, was my grandmother, who had nine children with her husband, Albert O. Andrews, in Howard. The last of their nine children, Albert M. Andrews, is my father, born 12 June 1924, who has lived in KS almost 40 years now after a lot of moving for his aerospace industry employer (Boeing). All nine of the children survived well into adulthood and had a total of 48 children. As you can imagine there are lots of descendants. Does Roada relate to you in any way? If so, I'd be very interested, as I've not got much on this line. John Collins probably was a Quaker, who may have become Methodist at some point -- so maybe Roada was also. Anyway, another place to look. Let me know if you have or want more on this.

dynda

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