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posted November 04, 2003 11:39 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for cacopeland   Click Here to Email cacopeland     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Searching for info on my wife's ggrandfather, George Washington Jackson, born 1851 allegedly somewhere in MO. Parents and siblings unknown. Only sure location was in Wilson Co., KN during 1880 census, where he was living with wife Nettie Elizabeth (Ellis), and two children, one of which was my wife's grandfather, Arthur. Nettie was also supposed to have been born in MO in about 1855. Any help would really be appreciated, since this is one of my brick walls. Thanks in advance. Coy Copeland

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