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Re: Cary Traylor/N.C./Kentucky
Posted by: Pamela Zull (ID *****2789) Date: June 28, 2004 at 16:37:22
In Reply to: Re: Cary Traylor/N.C./Kentucky by JOSEPH BENNETT of 895

HI again. I thought maybe I could look up on the census and see who took in those children after the parents died. However that did not yield that much information. Thomas Traylor had his two sisters Nancy and Elizabeth with him in the 1870 census in Greenup CO. Mary Susan was servant in the home of Samuel Warnock and then she married a Warnock. It is impossible to tell from the census records of 1830 and 1840 who David belonged to because the names of the children are not on the census. Pamela


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