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From: Sheila Wood <>
Subject: Re: [RENICK] Lattimore Renick
Date: Sat, 02 Feb 2002 23:10:36 -0600
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That was very interesting novel. I have the Lattimore's marry in my
family in Franklin Co. Mo. But they didn't marry into the Renick family
in that area. Sheila

susan srulowitz wrote:

> I recently discovered that the parents of Susan S.
> Renick Stewart, were Lattimore Renick and Lucy Joslin.
> Now I am trying to go back another generation and find
> Lattimore's parents. I found a small clue, being a
> William Renick who married an Anna Elizabeth T.
> Lattimore. Then I discovered a James Renick who
> married a Margaret Lattimore. After searching through
> the census of 1820, I believe the father may be
> William Renick, as the James did not have a slash in
> the 5-10 year old spot. Lattimore would have been 7
> that year. With the wife's last name being Lattimore,
> and it not being a real common name, I'm hoping my
> Lattimore Renick may be named for his mother's family.
> If any one can help me with this, I'd really
> appreciate it. The dates I have are: Lattimore Renick
> born on Oct. 7, 1813, in Barron County, Kentucky. He
> married Lucy Joslin, and some of the children's names
> are Mary L. (married Isaac Bingham) Henry, Margaret E.
> (married John W. Fowler) James Wallace, (married Mary
> Alice Miller) , Francis A., Addie, Susan S. (married
> John Stewart) and Emma (married William F. Bingham).
> My line is from Susan S. Renick and John Stewart. I
> have a picture of Susan Renick with Three men. One has
> a wooden leg. I'm guessing they are her brothers, but
> the picture only has RENICK FAMILY written on the
> side. Thank you for reading this novel!! Thank you in
> advance for any help you can give me. SUZ
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