I'm sure that is her. During that time period, I would doubt that there were a lot of Mississippians going to Minnesota, and given that you know she was in St. Paul by 1895, you're probably dealing with too many similarities for…"
Here is 1880 census info for Alice: Name: Alice Lee
Residence: St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
Birthplace: Mississippi, United States
Relationship to Head: Other
First, I spoke in error...the misindex for Lenn was 1900, not 1910. I had found Bert Cammon in 1910. I did not check for them in later censuses. Also, Ancestry only allows me to save the images as JPGs (not PDF), which I have attached to…"
I think that I deciphered the death certificate for you. Here is what I was able to find:
Husband Burt Cammon (b. 3 May 1898, Mississippi, d. 11 Dec 1958, San Joaquin, California)
Mother Florence (aka Florencia, Florinda) Anthony (b.…"
It is my understanding that for about a year leading up to General Orders #14, there was a debate about using slaves to fight for the Confederacy, in exchange for their freedom (advanced primarily by General Cleburne). Jefferson Davis…"
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