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Re: Lantrip/Lantrop/Landtroop/etc
Posted by: Virginia M Flesher (ID *****3050) Date: September 13, 2006 at 08:03:05
In Reply to: Re: Lantrip/Lantrop/Landtroop/etc by William Lakin Boyd of 51

I don't recall knowing you were interested in the LANTROOP family of Limestone. I think we exchanged about the MORRIS line. A lot of Limestone Co people went to TX around the turn of the 20th century, that is 1900 or thereabout.
Lodemia Lantroop married Felix MOSS, the brother of my great grandfather, John David MOSS. I have a photo of Felix and Lodemia. Another John David MOSS, most likely a cousin, married their sister, Sarah Elizabeth MOSS and they went to TX too, as well as SANDLIN family members.
Rutha RICHARDSON, b 1819 married Robert Patterson SANDLIN. They were the parents of a couple of TX families also. James R SANDLIN was father of Rozelle SANDLIN, who married Wiley MOSS, they all went to TX. Thomas J SANDLIN, James' brother,is buried in Limestone, but his widow shows up in TX later on. She was a BRUCE, the dau of Murphy BRUCE.


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