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Re: Parker County,Texas Plumlee's
Posted by: George Sisco (ID *****2809) Date: September 12, 2004 at 05:39:24
In Reply to: Parker County,Texas Plumlee's by Vickie Glasenapp of 684

According to the information in the book entitled "The Descendants of Isaac & Margaret (Bradshaw) Plumlee", by J. Randall Houp, WILLIAM WASHINGTON PLUMLEE was born 1 Apr 1878 in Parker Co., TX, a son of CAMPBELL BLACKBURN & ROSIE TOLITHA (JACKSON) PLUMLEE.

He had two children by his first wife, NETTIE HAYS. The children were LOLA and LENA. William and Nettie were married on 6 Oct 1901 in Parker Co., TX.

He had two more children by his second wife, LILLIE MAE SWEARINGIN. The children were WILLIE MAE and JAMES. William and Lillie Mae were married on 25 Dec 1911 in Parker Co., TX.

WILLIAM WASHINGTON PLUMLEE died on 8 Jan 1851 in Florida.

CAMPBELL BLACKBURN PLUMLEE was a son of WILLIAM M. & SARAH CREELY (LUALLEN) PLUMLEE. Campbell was born in Carroll Co., AR on 26 Jan 1850 and died on 26 Oct 1911 in Poolville, Parker Co., TX and was buried in the Poolville Cemetery. He was a farmer.

Campbell Plumlee married Rosie 'Aunt Duck' Tolitha Jackson on 6 Dec 1874 in Jack Co., TX. She was born on 25 Jan 1858 in Jack Co., TX, a daughter of GEORGE WASHINGTON & MINERVA (MONK) JACKSON. Campbell & Rosie had 5 children, Charlie, William, Rosie, Mary and Minnie, all born in Parker Co., TX.

WILLIAM WASHINGTON PLUMLEE comes from a long ancestry line which goes back to the early days of this country. The PLUMLEE family is thought to have come to the colonies from the British Isles before 1800 and settled in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, before spreading to other parts of the United States. If you can lay your hands on the J. Randall Houp book, you will find a wealth of information on this family.

Maybe this will help you with your research.

George R. Sisco

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