Born June 26, 1845 [location unknown]
[father unknown] and
Died December 26, 1914 [location unknown]
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User ID: A2247685947BD0479BD825380517D99F4BA9
Date: 24 May 2009
Prior to import, this record was last changed 09:28 24 May 2009.
Husband: James Polk Gibson
Wife: Jennie Bell Martin
Date: 22 Dec 1872
Child: Carl Frank Gibson
Child: Clare Ruth Gibson
Child: Jesse Gibson
Child: Thomas Martin Gibson
Child: George Willis Gibson
Child: Mary Catherine Gibson
Child: Aldridge Dickinson Gibson
Date: 18 Nov 2008
Abbreviation: Bell Family
Title: Bell Family
Author: Smith, June
Note: The web version is excerpted from a longer document provided by June Smith who appears to be the author, though this is not certain. I lot of the material in it also appears in Fred Hawthorne's data base.
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