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I am looking for information on Dale E and Alma Netta Buckingham who lived near Red Oak Iowa in the 1890's.
One of their children was Clifford Clinton Buckingham who was born in Red Oak Iowa on 3 Mar 1894. He married Ruth Corriene Butterfield b. 10 Dec 1896. They had 3 children Clifford Austey, Paul L, and Marion C. Clifford Austey is my husband's father. Any information would be appreciated.
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There was a Lynan (Lyman) and Alice Perryman who lived in Justice precinct,
Scurry Co. TX in 1910 and 1930. Alice is the right age and born in
Missouri, married at 18, had 7 children in the 1910 census. I can copy
these censuses for you if you do not have them or do not have that
capability. Let me know.
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From: "Viola Lawrence" <violalawrence(a)verizon.net>
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 12:29
Subject: [IAMILLS] Alice/Allis Susanna Turner b 1873
> Doing some research on Alice Susan Turner, who m. Lyman Periman/Perryman.
> Alice is daughter of Freelove & Eliz. Ellen Turner.
> Grateful for any clues. She lived in TX, from what I can determine. Info
> on her seems to be quite scanty.
> Viola in CA
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Doing some research on Alice Susan Turner, who m. Lyman Periman/Perryman. Alice is daughter of Freelove & Eliz. Ellen Turner.
Grateful for any clues. She lived in TX, from what I can determine. Info on her seems to be quite scanty.
Viola in CA
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