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Re: Jackson Sanders-Winston Co MS
Posted by: Jacquilyn Fenn (ID *****9735) Date: February 01, 2012 at 07:30:51
In Reply to: Re: Jackson Sanders-Winston Co MS by Richard Saunders of 11237

Glad to see all this info. I have been working on this line for about 48 years. The Perry Sanders {Anderson Perry Sanders, Alfred Perry Sanders and now your Perry Andrew Sanders are all the same man.} He went by Perry so that is how I will refer to him in this post. Perry and his wife Margaret Louisa Lemmonds {1826 Mecklenburg Co., NC and died 4 Feb 1904 Fort Thomas, Graham, Arizona}are my great-great grandparents. Perry was born in 1821 in Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi and died 12 Oct. 1902 Tombstone, Cochise, Arizona. I have pictures of his grave.

Their son, James Anderson Sanders was born 28 April 1848 in Mississipi and died 6 Sept. 1918 in Tombstone, Cochise, Arizona.

I live just a few miles from Tombstone, where many of the Sanders and Jones' lived and died.

I have a great deal of info on the Sanders as well as the Lemmonds {var sp}. after so many years of research. Am so happy to share what I have--spouses, stories, pictures, etc.

James Anderson Sanders married Veliar Jones. She lived to be almost a hundred years old and died in Tombstone also. She was my main source for the Sanders, Tubbs, Jones, Lemmonds when I first began; suprisingly nearly all of what she game me has proven to be correct thus far.

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