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From: "Wilma Norton" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Great riddle? Simmons, Haley, Cotham, Barksdale?
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 13:58:22 -0500
References: <20070412.115901.-377151.0.klangston@juno.com>


Sam was a nickname, he was James Willias Cotham, in 1900 Melbourne, 1910
White River, haven't gotten to 1920 yet. Mother was Nancy, don't know who
the father was.

Wilma
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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Great riddle? Simmons, Haley, Cotham, Barksdale?


> Just jumping in here with a thought.
>
> Maybe these ladies were Mr. Cotham's sisters and the 3 were going to the
> bedside of "their" grandfather?
>
> I don't find a Sam Cotham in Izard in 1900, will have to go to HQ for
> later years.
>
> Kathryn
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2007 11:08:46 -0500 "Vera Reeves" <>
> writes:
>> > Mar 12, 1926 issue
>> > listed under the News of Guion
>> > Sam Cotham left Tuesday with Mrs Will Haley and Mrs Tom Simmons
>> for
>> > Anderson, being called to the bedside of their grandfather, Mr
>> Barksdale
>> > who is not expected to live.
>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>
>> Bernie,
>>
>> After reading Betty's messages - I wonder if Cotham was taking the 2
>> ladies
>> to the bedside of their grandfather.
>>
>>
>>
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