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Margureitte (Flack) Ratliff
  • Saint Albans, WV
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Wickline, Weikle, Canterbury & Compton.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States & Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
We had our Wickline (2 volume) Books published in 2002 by Heritage Books of Bowie, MD.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Looking for my great grandfather.

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At 8:03am on February 13, 2010, Carol Dobkins Keith said…
You are correct on the children of William & Jemima. The children of William & Mary Bowen were at least two children of Mary's by a previous marriage; and then they had Rose Compton, who married a Mayberry & lived in Louisville, KY. William's name has been documented as William Edward Compton; he's the son of Isom Compton & Martha Brickey. Are you related through the Comptons; and do you have anything else on Jemima Lewis-she was Indian; and my picture of Susan Jane sure shows that heritage. William was born in MO; Brickey records always show VA; but he was born about 1823.
At 7:02am on February 12, 2010, Carol Dobkins Keith said…
I'll get back with you, hopefully, later today; we're getting ready for more snow here. I bet you have a bunch there. I believe some of these children you show for William & Jemima, belonged to William and his second wife, Mary Bowen; but I'll sort it all out. As to William's middle initial, it is definitely "E"-we've had so many records showing two or three different initials; and, as you know, "C" sounds a lot like "E" to a census taker.
At 7:43am on February 11, 2010, Carol Dobkins Keith said…
Sorry to be so long in responding. It's been one of those winters! SUSAN JANE Compton Gregory was my great-grandmother; she was the daughter of William E. Compton and Jemima Lewis (Indian, tribe not known). Susan Jane married Winfield Scott Gregory, my great-grandfather; their daughter, Emma Ora Mae Gregory married William Devol Dobkins, my grandparents.




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