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Descendants of Ralph Blankenship Sr

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4375. John S. Blankenship

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1. This line from Rita Holcomb gone2tx85@yahoo.com[blank12315.FTW]

1. This line from Rita Holcomb gone2tx85@yahoo.com


7825. Sallie A. Blankenship

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1. I don't have proof that she is the same Sallie as John S. Blankenship's daughter, but it looks pretty good that she is the one who married Phipps. Just haven't found them on the census.


7830. Mary C. Blankenship

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1. Mary and William divorced when her daughter "Jesse" was young. She married a man named Bell. The children called him "Mr Bell". When Mr Bell died, Mary married his brother. RitaHolcomb gone2tx85@yahoo.com


7832. Benjamin Carroll Blankenship

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1. Also, only a guess that B. C. Blankenship is Benj. Carroll. My Grandmother said her uncle was Carroll Blankenship, and only assume he may have also been Benjamin and named for Benj. Carroll Phillips. All guess work


4386. Manuel Scott Blankenship

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1. on this line is "Amber Reynolds" <juliet1139@bresnan.net>[blank12315.FTW]

1. on this line is "Amber Reynolds" <juliet1139@bresnan.net>


4394. Mary Ann Blankenship

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Mary Ann BLANKENSHIP, m. about 1866 to John Marion GREEN
John Marion Green was born in MO; married about 1866 in AR to Mary Ann BLANKENSHIP (who was born in TN). He is buried in Hand Cemetery in Baxter County, Arkansas. Wife buried there with him possibly is Mollie. Child: Lewis Sylvester Green.
For more info: Pat Foster pjf1946@cox.net
SOURCE: http://www.migrations.org/individual.php3?record=25945[blank12315.FTW]

Mary Ann BLANKENSHIP, m. about 1866 to John Marion GREEN
John Marion Green was born in MO; married about 1866 in AR to Mary Ann BLANKENSHIP (who was born in TN). He is buried in Hand Cemetery in Baxter County, Arkansas. Wife buried there with him possibly is Mollie. Child: Lewis Sylvester Green.
For more info: Pat Foster pjf1946@cox.net
SOURCE: http://www.migrations.org/individual.php3?record=25945


7876. Robert Jefferson Blankenship

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1. This line from James Blankenship otaydad@rev.net
2. Also known as: Robert James Blankenship.


7885. Benjamin Chism

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1. Ben Chism was a Confederate during the Civil War. I think he was a young. Ben settled in Searcy County, AR about five miles north on Marshall in Section 12-15-16. He lived there with his family, farming and working in timber until he killed Jack Elliott. The story is told that Ben was walking near Lofer's Glory with his dog following him when he met Jack Elliott and his dog. The dogs proceeded to fight. Apparently Ben didn't like the way Jack separated the dogs by hitting Ben's dog with the butt of his gun. A quarrel developed and Jack Elliott was killed by Ben Chism with a knife in 1900. Ben went to trial and was acquitted by a jury. Lawyer Henley defended Ben, but the attorney fee cost him most of his farm. Even though Ben came clear , he was afraid to live there because he didn't trust Jack Elliott's relatives. Ben loaded his family and some belongings on a wagon and left during the night. They went to Spadre, near Clarksville, AR, and worked in the coal mines the remainder of his life.


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