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BRANNON - (PITTS) - (DAWSON) - HOGG
Posted by: Vicky Dennis (ID *****6069) Date: August 25, 2002 at 00:54:20
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Brannon,1817 KY by Patricia Bolyard of 1603

Hi Patricia,

Itís me again. I just wanted to say that they changed Thomas middle Initial a few times in census records in:
*Census 1870 Elkton, Hickory Co., Missouri he is listed as THOMAS (F) 3, MO.
*Census 1880 Greene Township, Hickory Co., Missouri THOMAS (G) 13, MO KY TN
*Census 1910 Chelsea, Rogers Co., OK BRANNON, TOM 43 MO
So I can see where the (J) is very possible. Can you tell me when & where the J. came from?
He has to be the son of John H. Brannon he is the only one that dates & Birth State works out.

*I think that Sarah Hogg is Sarah (Dawson) Hogg that married Joseph Hogg before 1858?
If so that Sarah Hogg was the daughter of John Dawson & Helen Russell both born in Kentucky.

*I did find who I think is John H. Brannons wife Sarah Frances Dawson buried in the Pittsburg Cemetery, Hickory Co., Missouri. She was listed as *BRANNON, S. F.-1/25/1828 - 1/2/1891.

*John H. Brannon buried in Antioch Cemetery, Hickory Co., Missouri - J. H. BRANNON

*Mary Polly Pitts buried at Barney Pitts Cemetery, Near Pittsburg, MO But she was later removed to Anitoch, MO.

*1870- Elkton, Hickory Co., Missouri list STEP-SON Lewis W. Hogg as Lewis W. Hagg?
Vicky


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