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Hines, Alice (Mrs. Henry Clayton Smith)
Hines, Alice (Mrs. Henry Clayton Smith)
Texas Death Certificate 
 
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Hodges, Hugh Elliott
Hodges, Hugh Elliott
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Hudson, Florence Juanita (Mrs. Pettus McLemore)
Hudson, Florence Juanita (Mrs. Pettus McLemore)
Application for a Social Security account 
 
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Irwin, Margaret (Mrs. John Jacob Schopf)
Irwin, Margaret (Mrs. John Jacob Schopf)
State of Washington Death Certificate 
 
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Janda, Josef
Janda, Josef
Transcription of Josef Janda's Immigration passport, with some additional family birthdates handwritten on the back of the passport 
 
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Janda, Josef and Josefa Rejsek marriage license
Janda, Josef and Josefa Rejsek marriage license
Transcription of Official Marriage register from Dobrs, Book 3, Page 25, 167 Register 
 
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Janda, Vincent
Janda, Vincent
At Camp Lee, Virginia, ca 1919 
 
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Jesse, Amelia (Mrs. Peter Machalleck)
Jesse, Amelia (Mrs. Peter Machalleck)
Indiana Death Certificate 
 
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Jesse, Anna (Mrs. Andrew Bossert)
Jesse, Anna (Mrs. Andrew Bossert)
Grant County, Wisconsin Death Certificate 
 
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Jesse, Anna (Mrs. John Burgwald) Death Certificate
Jesse, Anna (Mrs. John Burgwald) Death Certificate
Death Certificate issued by the State of Michigan 
 
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Jesse, Anna 1887 marriage to John Burgwald
Jesse, Anna 1887 marriage to John Burgwald
Anna's 1887 marriage to John Burgwald. The marriage was witnessed by her sister, Mina "Minnie" Jesse.  
 
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Jesse, Augusta 1896 marriage to John Buchholz
Jesse, Augusta 1896 marriage to John Buchholz
Augusta's 1896 marriage to John Buchholz. The marriage was witnessed by her sister and brother-in-law, Julia (Jesse)and Willis Oman. A year prior to their own marriage, Augusta Jesse and John Bucholz had served as witnesses to the marriage between Julia and Willis.  
 
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Jesse, George, 1868 Certificate of Naturalization
Jesse, George, 1868 Certificate of Naturalization
In 1868, eleven years after he arrived in the United States, George renounced his allegience to this home country of Prussia, and became a naturalized citizen of the United States. It is noted that the alternate spelling of his last name, Gesse, was used.  
 
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Jesse, Julia 1895 marriage to Willis Oman
Jesse, Julia 1895 marriage to Willis Oman
Witnesses to their wedding were John Bucholz of Burr Oak and Augusta Jesse of Sherman Township. Augusta was the brides sister. A year after their own wedding, Willis and Julia Jesse would serve as the witnesses at the wedding of John and Augusta.  
 
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Jesse, Maria 'Mary' (Mrs. Gottleib Fenske) Death Certificate
Jesse, Maria "Mary" (Mrs. Gottleib Fenske) Death Certificate
Death certificate issued by the State of Michigan 
 
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Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr)
Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr)
Funeral Handout 
 
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Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr.)
Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr.)
"Woman, 90, Paints as Hobby" 
 
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Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr.)
Jesse, Minnie (Mrs. Ben Benkelman Sr.)
News article featuring her 95th birthday celebration 
 
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Jesse, Minnie 1892 Marriage to Benjamin Benkelman,Sr.
Jesse, Minnie 1892 Marriage to Benjamin Benkelman,Sr.
Copy of Marriage License as filed in 1892 in Cheyenne County, Kansas in 1892 
 
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Jesse, Wilhelmina 'Minnie' (Mrs. B. F. Benekelman, Sr)
Jesse, Wilhelmina "Minnie" (Mrs. B. F. Benekelman, Sr)
Certificate of death 
 
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Kagey, Betsy to David Strong, 1841 Trumbull County, Ohio Marriage Record
Kagey, Betsy to David Strong, 1841 Trumbull County, Ohio Marriage Record
Marriage record from Trumbull County, Ohio record the marriage of David Strong to his first wife, Betsy Kagy on March 16, 1841, Vol 3, 1837-42 Page 172 Cert #1 
 
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Kaiser, Emelia (Mrs. George E. Krapf) Death Certificate
Kaiser, Emelia (Mrs. George E. Krapf) Death Certificate
Her first name is spelled Emelia on her tombstone, and presumed to more accurate than Amelia, as is shown on her death certificate 
 
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Kaiser, William Rudolph
Kaiser, William Rudolph
Certificate of Death 
 
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Kamm, Charlotte Lorette (Mrs. Frank Ehlers)
Kamm, Charlotte Lorette (Mrs. Frank Ehlers)
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Kirby, Cynthia (McLemore)
Kirby, Cynthia (McLemore)
Commonwealth of Kentucky certificate of Death 
 
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Kirby, Jeremiah Marsh
Kirby, Jeremiah Marsh
Commonwealth of Kentucky certificate of Death 
 
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Klesert, John
Klesert, John
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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Klevsaat, Friedrich Christoph Ernst 'Ernest'
Klevsaat, Friedrich Christoph Ernst "Ernest"
Ernest, along with his wife Sophia and their four children, immigrated to the U.S. from Rosenow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin around 1860. He died in 1892 in Michigan. Their last name can be found spelled as Klevsaat, Klevesaat, Kleesaat, or Klesert in various records. His death record showed the spelling as Kleosers.  
 
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Klevsaat, Maria (Mrs. George Jesse)
Klevsaat, Maria (Mrs. George Jesse)
Death certificate for Mary Klesert AKA Kleosert AKA Klevsaat, wife of George Jesse 
 
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Klevsaat, Sophia (nee Prahst)
Klevsaat, Sophia (nee Prahst)
Sophia, along with her husband Ernest and their four children, immigrated to the U.S. from Rosenow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin around 1860. He died in 1892 in Michigan. Their last name can be found spelled as Klevsaat, Klevesaat, Kleesaat, or Klesert in various records. Her death record showed the spelling as Kleosert. Her maident name can also be found spelled both a Brasst and as Prahst.  
 
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Krapf, John marriage to Eveline Fisher, October 1885
Krapf, John marriage to Eveline Fisher, October 1885
They were married in Tuscola County, Michigan by Pastor H. Voelker, with John J. and Louise (Krapf) Gallagher witnessing their vows. 
 
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Kryl, Anna mtDNA Line
Kryl, Anna mtDNA Line
Certificate issued by The Genographic Project for a mtDNA sample submitted by Viola Strong Weaver, a direct female descendant of Anna Kryl>Anna Beznoska>Tessie Soukup. Haplogroup N1 is fairly rare, appearing in some European and Near Eastern populations, and throughout the Caucaus mountains, but even in those areas the frequencies do not exceed five percent.  
 
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Kryl, Anna mtDNA Map
Kryl, Anna mtDNA Map
Map issued by The Genographic Project for a mtDNA sample submitted by Viola Strong Weaver, a direct female descendant of Anna Kryl>Anna Beznoska>Tessie Soukup. Haplogroup N1 is fairly rare, appearing in some European and Near Eastern populations, and throughout the Caucaus mountains, but even in those areas the frequencies do not exceed five percent.

 
 
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Kubik, James Joseph 'Pete'
Kubik, James Joseph "Pete"
Memorial Service leaflet, interior 
 
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Kubik, Jo Pat
Kubik, Jo Pat
Funeral Memorium 
 
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Kubik, Joseph 'Pete'
Kubik, Joseph "Pete"
Memorial Service leaflet, front cover 
 
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Kuykendall, Anna Mary 'Mamie' to Henry David McGuire, Sr.
Kuykendall, Anna Mary "Mamie" to Henry David McGuire, Sr.
Marriage Certificate from Osage County, Kansas, December 1893 
 
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Kuykendall, Anna Mary (Mrs. Keith D. McGuire, Sr)
Kuykendall, Anna Mary (Mrs. Keith D. McGuire, Sr)
Dewey County, Oklahoma Death Certificate 
 
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LaCreole Belle Dairy Grounds, Camille Roquevert and her niece Leontine Morlas on a homemade seesaw
LaCreole Belle Dairy Grounds, Camille Roquevert and her niece Leontine Morlas on a homemade seesaw
Camille was only five years older than her niece Leontine, and the two grew up together on the grounds of the families dairy 
 
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Lauderdale, Whitten Ophelia (Mrs. Cowart)
Lauderdale, Whitten Ophelia (Mrs. Cowart)
Application for a Social Security Account. Whitten was the daughter of David Lauderdale and Josephine McLemore of Northern Alabama 
 
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Lenzner, Christian Oscar's Patent design for his banjo-guitarina, with his profile superimposed
Lenzner, Christian Oscar's Patent design for his banjo-guitarina, with his profile superimposed
Christian Oscar Lenzner was born Feb. 14, 1825 in Leubetha, Saxony, Germany. There he learned the art of making violins and he has ever since taken a special pride in the manufacture of stringed instruments. C.O. secured a patent on a musical instrument called the banjo-guitarina and has since paid especial attention to its manufacture. He also invented what is know as 'King David's harp' and made guitars, banjos, dulcimers, autoharps, etc. His mechanical ability was of high order, his ideal of work being that of the true artist: -- 'Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well.' Into every bit of work he did he put his heart.

 
 
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Machalleck, Augusta (Mrs. Claude Dietrich)
Machalleck, Augusta (Mrs. Claude Dietrich)
Indiana Death Certificate 
 
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Macune Cemetery, San Augustine County, Texas
Macune Cemetery, San Augustine County, Texas
Historical Cemetery Marker Dedication. One of the earliest cemeteries in San Augustine county, with the earliest burial dating to 1845. Pictured are seventh and eighth generation descendants of Malinda (Bowie) Haggerty who is buried there.  
 
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Many, Louisiana Masonic Lodge #88 Proceedings
Many, Louisiana Masonic Lodge #88 Proceedings
Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Louisiana, January 19, 1852
 
 
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Marshall, Caladonia V. 'Callie', Death Certificate
Marshall, Caladonia V. "Callie", Death Certificate
Death Certificate from the State of Oklahoma 
 
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Marshall, Caladonia V. 'Callie', Obituary
Marshall, Caladonia V. "Callie", Obituary
Obituary from the Duncan Banner, along with newswire article from the Quincy, Ill. newspaper reporting that her funeral was being held on the same day that her cousin, Thomas Riley Marshall, was being inagurated as Vice President of the United States 
 
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Mason, William Crockett ca 1937
Mason, William Crockett ca 1937
Obituary with photo 
 
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Mason, William Crockett ca 1937
Mason, William Crockett ca 1937
Obituary 
 
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McCormick, Jane (Mrs. Leonhard Benkelman)
McCormick, Jane (Mrs. Leonhard Benkelman)
Death Certificate from the State of Wisconsin 
 
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McDermott Striffler Wedding Article
McDermott Striffler Wedding Article
Cass City Chronicle story regarding their wedding 
 
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McGrew, Elizabeth (Blackburn) Estate Settlement Land Sale, page 1 of 2
McGrew, Elizabeth (Blackburn) Estate Settlement Land Sale, page 1 of 2
The Estate of Elizabeth McGrew, administered by her granddaughter, Frances A. (Partin) Steel, sold land that had originally been deeded to Alexander McGrew by A.G. Blackburn (22 Jan 1849) to John W. Allen, thought to be a son-in-law of Elizabeth's. This copy is courtesy of Bettye Bragg Wagstaff. 
 
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McGrew, Elizabeth (Blackburn) Estate Settlement Land Sale, page 2 of 2
McGrew, Elizabeth (Blackburn) Estate Settlement Land Sale, page 2 of 2
During the September 1868 term of the County Court of Sabine County, The Estate of Elizabeth McGrew, administered by her granddaugher, Frances A. (Partin) Steel, sold land that had originally been deeded to Alexander McGrew by A.G. Blackburn (22 Jan 1849) to John W. Allen, thought to be a son-in-law of Elizabeth's. This copy is courtesy of Bettye Bragg Wagstaff. 
 
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McGuire Dugout Home
McGuire Dugout Home
 
 
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McGuire Home, Camargo, Oklahoma
McGuire Home, Camargo, Oklahoma
Home of Keith, Josephine, Keith Jr. and Pat McGuire, Camargo Oklahoma during the 1940's 
 
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McGuire, Elvis
McGuire, Elvis
Advertisement relating to American Legion Boxing Match, Elvis "Mickey" McGuire was featured in the title bout against Joe Lousier of Florida 
 
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McGuire, George Franklin
McGuire, George Franklin
Application for Social Security Account 
 
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McGuire, Henry David
McGuire, Henry David
Dewey County, Oklahoma, Death Certificate 
 
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McGuire, Keith David
McGuire, Keith David
Keith welded this sign to advertise his services 
 
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McGuire, Keith David Sr
McGuire, Keith David Sr
1945 Private Pilot License and Medical Certificate 
 
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McGuire, Keith David Sr
McGuire, Keith David Sr
Dewey County, Oklahoma Death Certificate, January 4, 1948 
 
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McGuire, Keith David Sr ca 1940's
McGuire, Keith David Sr ca 1940's
A vise welded by Keith 
 
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McLemore DNA Study Results NOVEMBER 2011  (see spreadsheet PDF at bottom of this page)
McLemore DNA Study Results NOVEMBER 2011 (see spreadsheet PDF at bottom of this page)
The main purpose of this study was to prove that the immigrant founders of this family in America, James Macklemore and Abraham Macklemore, were brothers. If brothers, then the y-DNA of the direct male descendants of both men would match. However, instead of confirming this, it appears that we have AT LEAST two distinct yDNA groups, with three additional potential lines. The first cluster of matching yDNA has ten members, who are part of the R1b1a2 haplogroup (highlighted on the spreadsheet in salmon). The R1b DNA haplogroup, is the most common in Western Europe. Two of the ten participants can trace their lines back to the immigrant Abraham Macklemore, the husband of Mary Young. Another member (m268) can trace himself back to Moses McLemore b. ca. 1738 who is thought to be a son of Wright McLemore, grandson of William Macklemore, and great-grandson of the immigrant James Macklemore. If both these members are correct in their paper trails, AND if Amos can be proven to be a great-grandson of James Macklemore, then the assumption that James and Abraham have a common paternal ancestor is correct as descendants of both men share the same yDNA. The other seven members of this first cluster all have the McLemore surname, and all can trace their lineages back to McLemore men who predate the Civil War, but have not conclusively linked themselves back to either James or Abraham.

The second cluster in the study have three members to date (this group is highlighted on the spreadsheet in green). They are all in the E1b1 Haplogroup, which is rare in Western Europe. All of them match each other, but do not match any other McLemores yet tested. All three of these members can trace their ancestry to John Macklemore of Virginia, the husband of Faith. Two of them descend from his son Burwell, and the third from his son Joel. But, as discussed above, IF we have also proven that the immigrants Abraham and James Macklemore are brothers, then it follows that John Macklemore could not be the biological son of the immigrant James, as the yDNA of these two clusters is very different.

Our current thinking is that John was likely a son of Fortune’s and a stepson of James Macklemore, who raised him as his own. Alternatively, it may still be proven that James and Abraham were not brothers. They may share the same surname, but not the same paternal ancestry. More proven descendants of James and Fortune Macklemore will need to be tested to confirm or refute either theory.

As an interesting side note, it had long been assumed that the Revolutionary War Soldier John McLemore, who lived for a time in North Carolina and died in Tennessee, was a son of Burwell MacLemore and Amy Gilliam. However, current DNA evidence indicates this could not be correct. This is because two descendants of Archibald McLemore of Knox County, TN, a son John McLemore the Revolutionary Soldier, are both part of the larger R1b1a2 cluster (highlighted in salmon). They do NOT match the DNA of Burwell’s other descendants in the E1b1 cluster. Therefore, it is evident that the John McLemore who moved to Tennessee and was the father of Archibald McLemore CAN NOT be the same John McLemore who was a son of Burwell McLemore.

In addition to the two groups discussed above, there are three McLemore DNA volunteers who don’t match any of the McLemores in either of the first two groups, OR match each other. One of these men (highlighted in purple on the spreadsheet) is a descendant of Hiram McLemore of Lee County, VA and later Breathitt County, KY. Hiram has been speculated to be a son of John McLemore and Ruth Steelman, a grandson of Ephraim McLemore, and great grandson of the immigrant James. However, if James and Abraham Macklemore are brothers, then Hiram could not be a biological descendant of James. He would have to match the group of ten McLemore’s in the first group. Although Hiram McLemore's descendant is also part of the R1b1 Haplogroup, he is more than 10 markers removed (based on 25 markers tested) from being a match to any of the other R1b1 McLemore’s, and therefore could not share a common ancestor in a genealogically significant time period.

The second unmatched volunteer (highlighted in blue) is a direct descendant of the McLemore family that moved from North Carolina to Jones County, GA and then onto Montgomery County, AL. He is part of the R1a haplogroup, common in many parts of Eurasia and Scandinavia. He can trace his line back through four generations of James McLemore’s to James Macklemore Jr, thought to be the son of James and Fortune. But again, if James and Abraham are brothers, then he could not be a biological descendant of James Macklemore, the immigrant.

The third unmatched volunteer (highlighted in brown) descends from James Madison McLemore born 1861 in Louisiana and died & buried 1918 in Van Zandt County, Texas. He is thought to be a son of William Kearney McLemore b. 1825 and d. 1889, also buried in Van Zandt County, Texas. He is in the I1 haplogroup, which is the most common group in Scandinavia.

It is currently not known why these McLemores do not yet match any other study members. It is possible that there were several founding McLemore lines, instead of just one as has been long assumed. Or another possibility could be that undisclosed adoptions have occurred through the generations of descendants of both James and/or Abraham.

Please help us to continue to unravel these DNA mysteries by volunteering to take part in this study. Email me for more details (stxstrong@gmail.com), or you can enroll directly at this websites listed below.

http://www.geneticousins.com/morrison/

or here

http://www.familytreedna.com/project-join-request.aspx?group=Morrison

Also, if you have had your yDNA tested outside of the Morrison group, please let us know. We would be glad to add your results to the spreadsheet.

If you have trouble viewing this spreadsheet, email me at stxstrong@gmail.com and I can send you an excel spreadsheet or PDF.

 
 
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McLemore Littlefield Marriage License
McLemore Littlefield Marriage License
The marriage license issued to John Littlefield and Mollie McLemore, Christmas Eve, 1889. They were married by G. Or McCall, J.P on Christmas Day in Parker County, Texas. 
 
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McLemore Sportatorium, 1953-2003, Dallas Texas
McLemore Sportatorium, 1953-2003, Dallas Texas
Home of both weekly wrestling shows and the Big D Jamboree, a country music showcase. The arena also held boxing events and concerts featuring up-and-coming rock stars (including, most notably, an early performance by Bruce Springsteen in 1974). In early 1966, McLemore's promotion was taken over by wrestler Jack Adkisson , who was known in the ring as Fritz Von Erich. Adkisson's promotion, which became known in the early 1980s as World Class Championship Wrestling and featured his sons (the Von Erich brothers) as its main stars, was the most famous and successful wrestling federation to run regularly at the Dallas Sportatorium. 
 
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McLemore, Amos Buryle
McLemore, Amos Buryle
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, Archibald, 1853 Land Grant
McLemore, Archibald, 1853 Land Grant
Land Grant to Archibald McLemore of Dade County, Missouri, signed by Franklin Pierce, President 
 
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McLemore, Britain Sanders Sr and Minnie Fry Barksdale, Golden Wedding Anniversary Announcement
McLemore, Britain Sanders Sr and Minnie Fry Barksdale, Golden Wedding Anniversary Announcement
An announcement of the celebration of Fifty years of marriage, 1882-1932, at the couples home in Memphis, Tennessee 
 
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McLemore, Britain Sanders, Jr.
McLemore, Britain Sanders, Jr.
News photo and fragment of article from the Memphis Commercial Appeal regarding the Hunt-Berlin coal company. The fragmentary article is in the possession of his great-grandson, John David McLemore. Though Britain is not identified by name in the fragment, John David is sure this is a photo of Britain McLemore, which is why it was preversed by his family over the years. Britain's death certificate confirms he was a manager at the Hunt-Berlin Coal company. This article was published two years prior to Britain's death in 1944.  
 
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McLemore, Carl Edward
McLemore, Carl Edward
Application for Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, Carl Smith
McLemore, Carl Smith
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, Charity 1859 marriage to Jesse Wiggins
McLemore, Charity 1859 marriage to Jesse Wiggins
Lauderdale County, Mississippi, 22 June 1859 
 
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McLemore, Charles Talmage
McLemore, Charles Talmage
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, Christopher Columbus
McLemore, Christopher Columbus
Death certificate from the State of Missouri 
 
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McLemore, Clytus James
McLemore, Clytus James
Application for Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, David Frank
McLemore, David Frank
Application for a Social Security Account 
 
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McLemore, Eddy Herschel
McLemore, Eddy Herschel
Application for a Social Security Account. 
 

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