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Re: McLemores in Lauderdale, AL /TN - Thomas L McLemore 1870-1932 lead
Posted by: Jody McLee (ID *****6295) Date: June 11, 2011 at 14:49:09
In Reply to: Re: McLemores in Lauderdale, AL /TN - Thomas L McLemore 1870-1932 lead by katherine dell of 1307

Katherine - OK Burwell Jr married
FiRST:
MARY GLOVER, daughter of Jones Glover Sr their marriage bond that was made out November 6,1794 (Sussex Marriage Register pg 75). She was the mother of his older children :
A. ROBERT J b.1795 poss in Ohio B. HOWELL B.1801 NC C. BRIGGS M b.1803 TN D. MACKLIN B b.1804 AL E. BARBARY b.1805 AL F. MARY J 1808 AL

At least 5 possibly 6 of his 15 children were by his SECOND WIFE: NANCY ???

The names of the children listed in "The Heritage of Lauderdale County, Alabama" says that his will listed 6 living children by his first wife and 6 living children by his second wife.

The names of the children I have are:
ROBERT J , HOWELL , BRIGGS M , MACKLIN B , BARBARY , MARY J ,
the order of the following is not certain:
(girl) MCLEMORE HOUSE , MARTIN A.P. , SARAH MCLEMORE LAMBERT , MARGARET MCLEMORE MARKS , JOHN , DAVID , JAMES , MARTHA , ANN.

The marriages I have are:
ROBERT + RUTHEA THORNBERRY 1832
HOWELL + MILDRED THORNBERRY 1828 (Ruthea's sister)
BRIGGS + MARY STEGAL (poss Spigal) 1833
MACKLIN B + NANCY HALBERT 1843
MARY J + GABRIEL DAVIS 1827
SARAH + JAMES LAMBERT ???
MARGARET + HENRY MARKS ???
BARBARY + ??? POTEET

Burwell's parents were Burwell McLemore + Amy Gilliam

Hope this helped, think you may have some mismatched records. My Grandmothers name is listed as Iora, Lora, and Ora, her name was Ora and the birthdates in a LOT of trees are wrong. My cousin listed her as Iora even though I TOLD him it was ORA. The confusion came from one of my Grandfathers cousins marrying a Lora and unless you look at the census takers handwriting VERY carefully his L's look like I's. Plus there were two wives named Flossie! The poor census taker.




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