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Re: Sneed and Link, Halifax Co., VA, 1860. A relationship?
Posted by: brenda rowe (ID *****4912) Date: November 16, 2010 at 13:03:33
In Reply to: Re: Sneed and Link, Halifax Co., VA, 1860. A relationship? by Walter V. Turner of 1281

Walter, I tell you there are so many Ainsworths out there, they weave in and out of my line several times over. My great grandmother was Ellen Agnes Ainsworth that married into the Little Family. That line stems from Asbury Sebastion Ainsworth and Rachel Collins. I have Lenora Ainsworth b.1786-1955 Eastland TX that was married to James Wesley Blackwell b.1872 Ky d. 1950 Eastland TX. His parents are listed as A.J. Blackwell and Cressie Lewis. James and Lenora are buried in Alemeda Cemetery. They had a son Curtis Everett b. 1909-1969 TX buried at Crossroads Cem, John Earl 1902-1968 TX buried at Evergreen Cem, and Willis Alvin 1907-1965 TX buried at Alameda Cem with his mom Lenora and dad James. Most of this information comes from the Texas death lists 1890-1976. Lenora is related to me by marriage, her sister Maybelle married John Henry Fox, their son Hibert Fox and W.Ruth Sneed were my aunt and uncle. I am still working on the Sneed and LinK connection. Hope this information helps you out. Brenda trowesr@cox.net


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