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Re: George Poplin AR 1791-1846
Posted by: Barbara Gordon Date: July 10, 2000 at 20:52:50
In Reply to: Re: George Poplin AR 1791-1846 by Brenda Waggoner Kerns of 165

I think this may fit. Annanias (transcribed as Armanias on Carroll County's census transcription) was 25 in the 1850 census, so he would have been 45/46 in 1870. His daughter Mary was 4/12 in 1850, so 19 in 1870 is a fit. Since I lost Annanias after 1850, I don't know about the other children, or Lisibeth--could that be his second wife? I have other Marion County and Baxter County ancestors. If I come accross Jackson in my research, I'll let you know. Do you have any more information on Annanias?


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