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  • TIM AYERS
    Looking for the children of Perry and Elizabeth Bettie MURPHY who may have migrated to Lorain County, Ohio in the late 1880s. To their union were born the
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 26, 1999
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      Looking for the children of Perry and Elizabeth "Bettie" MURPHY who may
      have migrated to Lorain County, Ohio in the late 1880s. To their union
      were born the following children: Frances in 1873, Charles (named after
      his uncle) in 1875, Alexander (named after his grandfather) in 1878, and
      John in 1879. All of Perry and Elizabeth's children were born in
      Mayslick, Kentucky. Nothing else is known about Perry's children except
      for his oldest son and my great-grandfather, Charles.

      Charles Claybourne Murphy married Anna Wells of Helena, Kentucky, on
      February 2, 1900. According to the 1900 Montgomery County, Ohio Census,
      Charles and Anna, both 24 years of age, lived as broader in the
      household of Albert and Mary Coleman. The Coleman family were recent
      migrates from the Mayslick, Kentucky area as well.

      Can you do a look-up in the Lorain County Census in either 1910 or 1920
      for the following names: Frances Murphy (may have gotten married);
      Alexander MURPHY or his brother, John MURPHY?

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