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Re: [jacksongenealogy] Re: Hastings-Shankle(s) Jesse G. Shankles and Mary Jan...

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  • PATG31@aol.com
    See inserts! Pat In a message dated 7/19/2006 6:49:33 PM Central Daylight Time, blackcloud27030@yahoo.com writes: 1870 Kirby s Mill Jackson Co. AL House 40
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      In a message dated 7/19/2006 6:49:33 PM Central Daylight Time,
      blackcloud27030@... writes:
      1870 Kirby's Mill Jackson Co. AL
      House 40 Family 40
      Jessie Shankles 29 Farmer AL
      Ellen 28 Keeping House GA
      Susan 12 GA
      William 7 GA
      Lemuel 3 AL
      Charles 1 AL

      Ellen is (from a family tree) Ellen Wooten, Jesse G.'s second wife
      married Oct 1866 probably in GA. The two oldest children above would
      be Mary Jane Newton's. I could not find a marriage listing in GA or AL.

      The oldest child, Susan, was the daughter of Ellen and her first husband,
      Cornelius Goble.
      William was the child of Jesse Shankle and first wife Fanny Jane Newton. I
      know you meant Fanny Jane. Jesse and Ellen lived in AL at the time of their
      marriage but I haven't found a listing either.

      1880 Beat 24 Jackson Co. AL
      House 102 Family 105
      Jessie G. Shankles 41 Farmer AL TN --
      Ellen 39 Wife Keeping House GA NC NC
      Lemuel K. 11 Son At School AL AL GA
      Charles W. 10 Son At School AL AL GA
      Clasanponomea 9 Dau AL AL GA
      Ariansephonia 9 Dau AL AL GA
      Semantha 5 Dau AL AL GA
      Jasper N. 3 Son

      Had to include the 1880 just because of the twin daughter's names, not
      sure but may be two names run together.
      The names of the twins as given to me by my great aunt [daughter of Lemuel K.
      Shankle] were Clarissann Sonomia and Ariann Sephronia. She was not 100% sure
      of the spellings, however.

      What is the correct spelling Shankle or Shankles?
      My line from Lemuel Shankle forward spelled the name Shankle with no 's' at
      the end. In fact I have heard them say that we were not related to those who
      spelled their name Shankles. Since I have been working on family history I have
      learned that the two groups were definitely related and both names are found
      in the older records and are used interchangeably.


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