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Families of Rozanna Bristow Tamplin and Keith Carter Tamplin

Updated October 16, 2000

Rozanna Bristow Tamplin
P.O. Box 438
Beckville, TX 75631
A-United States
903/678-3308
rozannatamplin@netscape.net

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Our Family - his and hers. Including Bristow, Walker, Allender, Masters, Owens, Webb, Adams, Newman, Tamplin, Carter, Bowlin, and Ballard of East Texas.

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  • Thomas Ballard down to Keith Carter Tamplin (128 KB)
    As anyone knows who does any Ballard research - they set out 200 hundred years to confuse everyone that came after by naming all their children the same and marrying wormen with the same names. I know there are errors but I need help in fixing them. Please help me!!!!!
  • Allinders in East Texax (12 KB)
    Carrie Elizabeth Allinder was my Great-Grandmother and she married my Great Grandfather Bristow when she was 13 years old.
  • Bristow's from John down to Rozanna and sons (56 KB)
    My Bristow's ended up in East Texas soon after the civil war. If you find any errors here please contact me.
  • Bowlins of East Texas and beyond (188 KB)
    My husband's grandmother was Willa Ann Bowlin Ballard. I am having trouble finding out much about this branch of the Bowlins so if anyone out there can help, please do.
  • My Masters (23 KB)
    William L. Masters was said to have been born in La. but I can find no record of him. I believe that he was one of those individuals dropped by aliens to earth.
  • Carter Family (105 KB)
    Silas W. Carter appeared in Shelby County, TX in 1902 from Evergreen Mississippi. If he belongs to your line of Carters, please contact me.
  • Mouser (12 KB)
    This is a tree that I have not had much time to work on so please help me.
  • The decendants of John T. Tamplin and Olive Sims. (111 KB)
    John T. appeared in Virginia aboard a space ship, obviously. He left quite a few decendants behind but he seems to have had no ancestors.
  • Family of Dr. William C. Walker (12 KB)
    Dr. William C. Walker was born 1812 in North Carolina - I think. His family settled around Athens, TX soon after the Civil War.
  • Family of Meredith E. Webb (339 KB)
    Meredith E. Webb first appeared in Texas in 1837. He was married 4 times and sired 22 known children by his first 3 wives. His children and grandchildren were almost as prolific.
 

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  • Rozanna and Sons (126 KB)
    MY FAMILY John Christopher Scott Dykes, Robert Michael Lee Dykes, James David Nicholas Dykes and Jeremiah Morgan Tamplin
  • Rev. John Webb - my Great-Grandfather (36 KB)
    Rev. John Webb was a Methodist Minister in Texas for many years. He was born in Center, TX and is buried in East Bernstad, Texas.
  • Emma Newman Webb, wife of Rev. John Webb (88 KB)
    Emma Webb was wife to Rev. John Webb (my great grandparents). She was a Methodist ministers wife who served the various communities they lived in as midwife, wet nurse and undertaker - by that I mean she helped families prepare their dead loved ones for burial. She lived all her life trying to serve God and her community. In her later years she was almost blind but she still kept busy by shelling peas and pecans. She couldn't see what she was doing but her hands and her heart always lead her. She lived to be in her 90's.
 

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