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From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Subject: Green's in Stone County - Jean
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 20:14:27 -0500
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> You might try Independence County.William Marshall lived at Salado at one
> time.In fact he may be buried in Independence Coounty Some of his
> are buried at Maple Springs.I planned to go there and see,But is has been
> hot. Lyndell
> > >Richard Oliver Lowrance and Effie DeLettie Green

Might have to check at the court house.
I have the marriage books 1826 to 1898.
Don't know if there has been books made for dates after 1898.


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