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|I am researching:James Lemuel (1838) & Susanna (New) Black
James & Mahala Jane (Black)(Crabtree)(1861-1938) Benge.
Pearson Crabtree was Mahala's first husband. She was widowed at age eighteen. Children of James & Mahala: William Milford, Luther, Lenora, Charlie Ethel, Kile, Flora, Vada, Ora, Herman, and Roy.
The above lived in Wayne Co., Ky.
On the death certificate for James Benge (6/1/37) it lists his father as Baley Marcim (Bailey Marcum ?) and mother as Vada Benge.
Joseph Shelby & (1) Mary "Polly" (West) (2) Amanda (Cowan) Daulton
Jefferson Green David (Joseph & Amanda)(1866-1938) & Nancy Helen (Daulton) Dalton
Charlie Ethel (James & Mahala)(1889-1947) & Cora Ethel (J.G. David & Nancy Helen Daulton)(1889-1960) Benge. Children: Homer Lee, Roy Hurstle, Clarence Edward, Loyd Franklin, Allie Jane, Eva May, James Cecil, Kenneth Melvin, Angie Esma, Lena Marie, Elza Millard, and William Harold.
My father was Roy Hurstle.
The above lived in Pulaski Co., Ky. (Nancy) (Oil Center)
Logan Thomas & Goetha Wilmurth (Loveless) Dick
Children: Dayton T., John Thomas, Edd, Fonnie, Catherine Amelia, Mary, Roxie, Lauriebell and Amma Rillia.
William Henry (1869) & Mary Francis (Adams) Shadoan
Children: Flora, Louvada, James Walter, Pearl, Lawrence and Curtis O.
My mother was Ruby Francis, daughter of James Walter & Amma Rillia (Dick) Shadoan.
The above lived in Pulaski Co., Ky. (Hogue) (Bethel Ridge) (Science Hill) (Mt. Zion) (King Bee) (Shady Grove)
Any information would be appreciated, especially for the parents and grandparents of James Benge. Would also like to know what happened to Pearson Crabtree, Mahala's first husband. I am willing to share what information I have.
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