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Re: James(Jim)McLin Hardin Ct.TN early1900s
Posted by: Sheila McLin Endres Date: January 16, 2002 at 18:20:57
In Reply to: Re: James(Jim)McLin Hardin Ct.TN early1900s by Sue Davis of 187

E-mail me when you get back from England. I don't have anything but extremely close clues. For instance, the Thomas Hobbs I mentioned had a son, Thomas Maclin Hobbs, but my birthdate for him would put him at 22 in 1880, not 11. Also, I have at least three James A. McLins who might link to your guy.

As far as I can tell, there are only two branches of the McLin/Maclin (not counting the McLeans or other variations) family in Tennessee before the Civil War, and I have info on both lines, but I lose track of some of these people about 1830-1840, because they become so remote from my direct line. The names you are showing in your census are repeated every generation in both of these lines. I feel confident we could connect your family if we work on it.

Sheila McLin Endres

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