- James (Henry) Tubbs's Profile
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This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.
- Date: MAY-1837
Could not interpret date in Death Date (MAY-1837).
- Data Changed:
- Date: 29 MAY 2010
Prior to import, this record was last changed 29 MAY 2010.
- Note: Father and mother not confirmed.
- Husband: James (Henry) Tubbs
- Wife: Henrietta (Henny) Wimbrow
- Child: Samuel Tubbs
- Child: Henrietta L. E. Tubbs
- Date: 5 MAR 1832
- Husband: John Tubbs
- Wife: Lurena Freeman
- Child: William Tubbs
- Child: John Tubbs,Jr. UNKNOWN
- Child: James (Henry) Tubbs
- Child: Mary Tubbs
- Child: Samuel Tubbs
- Child: Moses Tubbs
- Child: Sarah (Sallie) Tubbs
- WikiTree profile Tubbs-192 created through the import of Davis Family.GED on Oct 14, 2012 by Bob Davis. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Bob and others.
- Source: S5 Abbreviation: THOMAS POWELL WIMBROW FAMILY, compiled by Robert T. Wimbrow, Nov. 30, 1991. Note: THOMAS POWELL WIMBROW FAMILY, compiled by Robert T. Wimbrow, Nov. 30, 1991. of 1028 Kevin Rd., Knoxville, Tenn. 37923. Tel.# (615) 690-0760. Research started by Maude Wimbrow Davenport, Robert's greataunt.
- Source: S56 Abbreviation: Wor. County Marriage licsenses, 1795-1865. By Mary Beth and Vanessa Long. Note: Wor. County Marriage licsenses, 1795-1865. By Mary Beth and Vanessa Long. 6
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