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W.J. Wilkins and Renee Ophelia Bray were married 1897 in Tishomingo County, MS. I think some of their children, among them Luther Wilkins 1809-1974 lived in Alcorn County, near Corinth..
Ophelia was the dau. of James Grissom Bray and Louisa E. STREETMAN (sister of Jasper Joshua Streetman of Burnsville, Tishomingo Co. MS).
I do not have birth/death/burial information for the following:
James Grissom Bray
Louisa E. Streetman
Renee (Irene?) Ophelia Bray
Cora Wilkins b. 1906, married Charlie Jasper Streetman, her cousin, son of Jasper Joshua Streetman and Marsha Ann Grisham. They had no children but raised my father, Willie Robert Smith (1930-1986).
Donie Eva Frances Wilkins married Luther Samuel Streetman (1909-1986), Charlie's brother.
I am attempting to put together a history of the descendants of Williamson Rutledge Streetman (1802-1884) of Marion County, Alabama.
W. D. Smith
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