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Re: George Washington Molder 1850
Posted by: J Molder (ID *****7470) Date: April 11, 2007 at 05:21:16
In Reply to: Re: George Washington Molder 1850 by Jan Scruggs of 156

Jan,

As I have it, my James Isom Molder (1855-1912) was the son of Elijah and Ruth Molder. He had an older brother named George W. according to the 1860 census of Spadra Twnshp, Ark. and again in the 1870 census of Sugar Creek Twnshp, Ark. My James apparently remained in Arkansas around Crawford Co. and rests in a cemetery near Mulberry, Ark. I know that many of his children moved to Texas in early 1910's or 1920's. In fact, one of his children (my grandpa) also named James Isom Molder (1890-1972) moved to Hunt Co. because my Dad and two of his brothers were born around Commerce, Tx. I have traced many of the James Isom Molder (1855-1912) children to NE part of Texas and even further south. If you will look at an earlier post on James Isom Molder marriage to Nancy Ellen Thomas and again James Isom Molder marriage to second wife Martha C. Thomas you will see a listing of all the children.

Hopefully some of those names may sound familiar.

Thanks,
Jackie


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