Hello.I'm trying to track down information for a high school friend of mine, Darlene Brady, who has very little information on her family but there is an "Aunt Belle" who was married to Jim WEDGEWORTH in Bandera County, Texas in the late 1800's.
I saw your information:
<< James, Mildred and Claudia are my great-aunts, my grandfather was their brother Walter. I do not know about Clark County, TX, but there are many Wedgeworths in Bandera County, TX. When I was younger we visited the house where my grandfather was born and visited with Bob. The Clark name comes in through Jane Clark. Talk to Phyllis, she really knows a lot. >>
Darlene's info follows.There's not too much to go on but I'm hoping that you might be able to help.As Darlene mentions, she doesn't know that she is blood related to the WEDGEWORTH family but thinks that she is probably blood related to the woman named Belle who married Jim WEDEWORTH.Please see the following.Is it possible that you might know the identity of Belle?
<< Belle and Jim Wedgeworth. I guess it would have been mid to late 1800's when my grandfather would have been 13 years old. My dad was born in 1919, and he was the youngest of 13 children.
Edward Belton Brady met Mary Baker in that area. Don't know for sure where they married.
He went by E. B. Brady, Sr., so my dad was E. B. Brady, Jr. (initials only). Grandpa Brady was a farmer, so I wonder if he learned farming from the Wedgeworths.
It would be wonderful to determine Belle's maiden name. Might be able to determine mother's family name. Hmmm. I don't believe Wedgeworth were blood kin, because we always heard about "Aunt Belle," not "uncle Jim."