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Re: Hiram Tarter --- Martha Ann and Rachel Burton
Posted by: Norman Tarter (ID *****9298) Date: April 07, 2003 at 15:28:02
In Reply to: Re: Hiram Tarter --- Martha Ann and Rachel Burton by Norman Tarter of 527

Rose,
The Robert Lincoln Tarter I referred to was actually listed in the census records as Robert L. Tarter. I am assuming the L stood for Lincoln. On further thought I do not think that is correct. Any Light you can shine on Robert L. Tarter or his children (Minerva Mell, Zych, Eugenia, Effie, Robert Earl, Grover C., my GrandFather, Mell Eugenia, Oscar).
In the 1880 census there was a Peter M (marcus I think) 28years old, Wife Martha Susan 23 years old, Daughter Evilena 3 years old and Minnie L. 7months old. Living in the same house was two brothers, James T. Tarter 29 years old and Hayden or Wayden (his name was hard to read and could be something else) L. (or S.) Tarter 17 years old. All are listed as being born in Kentucky except Minnie L.
The reason I mentioned the 1880 census is that I am wondering if Robert L. came from them. Peter and Family are shown as living not far from where Robert settled - actually just a few miles apart.
Any Clue will be appreciated.
Norman


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