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From: Jean <>
Subject: Re: Letitia Guard Barco
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 18:27:21 -0500
I have been studying your very first message and you said your grandmother
BEACHAM. Is there a connection to Jack BEACHAM? Lilly Mae BARCO married a
jack BEACHAM when she was , as I figure it, 14 years old. They adopted a girl
child and her name was Rachel. Jack died at a very early age.( Lilly ) Mae
somehow got up to Detroit Michigan where she married Earl HAWVER and they
raised Rachel along with their son , Julian Bernard HAWVER.
William Bailey BARCO, Jr. born 16 Sept. 1870 had 2 siblings that I found in a
census, Their names are Isabella - born 1877 and Elizabeth born 1879. Does
this sound right? And do you know if he had any more siblings?
I have been out in the yard today Bought a lot of Azaleas, ( past blooming
season for them now ) dug up some starts from plants in the yard and got them
all planted. Whew, I am getting to old for all the yard work. I just raked
the front yard, ( full of black Jack oaks ) about an acre, did that a couple
of weeks ago.
I sure would love to go to Currituck for the reunion of families from there.
Sounds delicious. But we are going to Ohio for Don's 50th high school reunion
in August. Maybe we will come back to Florida via the Banks.
Oh yes, I forgot to say that the children of Emiline Henley and William
Bailey Barco were born on a place called Deal Island. And Mother talked about
WashWoods real often.
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