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Re: help with dowdy reseach
Posted by: Glenda Knowlton (ID *****7882) Date: September 08, 2010 at 18:39:04
In Reply to: Re: help with dowdy reseach by Kelly Siech of 1403

Kelly, Your answer back helped me find some info, but I didn't understand who the Dobbs were.

Keep in mind, Lot's of errors on records.



Missouri Marriage Records

Name: David P. Taylor
Marriage Date: Apr 21, 1931
Marriage County: Cape Girardeau
Spouse Name: Mary Dowty (could be error on surname, if your certain she was a Dowdy)


1850
District 14, Cape Girardeau, Missouri

David P. Taylor-male-50-1800 Missouri

Mary Taylor-f-37-1813-Missouri

John F. Taylor-m-18-1832 Missouri

Robert R.Taylor-m-17-1833 Missouri

Lucinda E. Taylor-14-1836 Missouri


By 1860 David P. Taylor has passed, Mary living with son & family.


1860
Randol, Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Robert R. Taylor-m-27-1833 MO. Farmer

Elizabeth Taylor-f-19-1841 MO.

John M. Taylor-m-2-1858 MO.

Mary Taylor-f-48-1812 MO.


1870
Randol, Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Robert Taylor-m-37-1833-MO

Elizabeth Taylor-f-28-1841 MO

John Taylor-m-12-1858 MO

Robert Taylor-m-3 mos-1870 MO


1880
Randol. Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Robert Taylor-head-46-1834 MO-MO-MO

Elizabeth Taylor-wife-39-1841 MO-MO-MO

John Taylor-son-22-1858 MO

Robert W. Taylor-son-10-1870 MO

Samuel Randol-nephew-1856 MO-MO-MO (Elizabeth Lucinda Taylor Randol's son)

He is 1870 census with mother & 2 siblings. Also found his marriage record, but you most likely have this.

Couldn't find David P. & Mary (Dowdy) Taylor's son John F. after 1850 census.

Hope this helps some.

Kind Regards,
Glenda
Chicago






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