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The main lines I am researching are: DICKEY, GREGORY, and UNDERWOOD. There are many other names included. I will be happy to exchange information. The Dickey's are from Ireland, but I havn't been able to get that far yet. The Gregory's North Carolina or Tenn. The Underwoods from West Virgina.
John Dickey b.1833 in MS or AL. Served in Civil War. Married
Maria J. Cartwright July 04,1857 in Hernado Desoto county MS.
Their children: James Benjamin Dickey b. 1865 MS, Sarah Dickey b. 1859 and I believe there was another child(Mary)(Margret)
or (Mollie). They were in Yalobusha MS in 1860. John and Maria both died while the children were young before 1870. James and his sister were seperated. James ran away then went back to Desoto cty and married Mary J Cannon Sept. 9 1885. They had 3 childred. Then James married again in Ark. He married Sara Elizabeth Ellenburg in 1893 and they had about 13 children.
Charles Tucker Gregory b.1868 in North Carolina or Tenn.
He married Savanna Noe b.1876 in Marshal cty. They got married
1896 Miss. They Had 6 children. They moved to Ark. He married
a lady named Ida after Savanna died. In 1900 census Charlie and Savanna were living in desoto Miss. with 2 children.
Robert Underwood b. 1836-1845 married Angeline Shamblin b.1851.
They had 13 children.
Jesse Melvin Underwood b.1891 married Locie Ann Holcomb b.1893.
They had 6 children.
Almost all were in Nicholas cty. census.
If you find something not correct(remember I am only human) or if you have information you would like me to add E-MAIL me and let me know. Willing to exchange information E-MAIL me at the above address.
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Tresa Jean Underwood
Texarkana, Texas United States
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