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Re: Dilbeck Trees
Posted by: John R. Wallace (ID *****6931) Date: October 19, 2008 at 14:47:24
In Reply to: Dilbeck Trees by Betsy Warner of 332

Good Evening:

I assisting a gentlemen in becoming a member of the Sons of the American Revolution and his line passes through James D. Dilbeck m. 2. Cordelia (Cornelia) and thier Daughter Emma Louise Dilbeck Bryant who I understand is buried in Wagoner, OK. Cornelia (Cordelia)is believed to have been the daughter of William Porter Bayless. On the 1880 Census of North Little Rock the two families are separated by a couple of house. With the 1890 census gone, do you have any sources to document Emma Louise Dilbeck being the daughter of James D. Dilbeck? She apparently was married in 1898 so would not show up in the family home in 1900.

His line then goes through Emma Dilbeck Bryant daughter Flossie. Any leads would be much appreaciated.

John R. Wallace
Enterprise, AL


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