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Re: Isaac Smith Lingo Missouri
Posted by: Red Anthony Date: December 30, 2001 at 15:38:03
In Reply to: Isaac Smith Lingo Missouri by Linda Brown of 685

Hello Linda: Samuel Sanders Lingo is buried in Lingo Cemetery, Macon County, not sure about James, but he was still in Randolph county last I found him, so he is probably buried there. Isaac Smith Lingo went to Texas, I found him there in 1880 along with some of the Pippins, the family of Dianna "Ann" Pippin, Isaac's second wife. I have been trying to confirm the father of Isaac Smith Lingo, do you think it was Samuel Sanders or James. In the 1850 Macon County Census, Samuel was listed as 42, born abt 1807-08. Sarah was listed as 34, born abt 1815-16. Their oldest at home was George, 17. By all the census records, Isaac was born abt 1824. Samuel would have been 16-17, and Sarah abt. 10. I wonder if those ages listed for Samuel and Sarah were wrong, or if Isaac as a son of James. Red Anthony


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