Paul, I have "talked" with you before. RE: Leta Skiles md. Albert E. Hudspeth. I noticed on the Skiles genforum that you had some info on a Joseph O. Skiles. I have reason to beieve heis someway related to Leta. When Leta md. Albert E. Hudspeth, they lived in a house built by her father on Live Oak ST. in Dallas, Tx. There were other Skiles (Richard T, Jane A., widow of Joseph, who also live n Live Oak St., Dallas, TX.in City Directory in yrs 1884-86. Live Oak street (or at least of it was renamed Skiles St., later). I don't know when Leta md. Hudspeth, but, she was second wife, and was md. sometime after 1930. Leta Skiles is some how an ancestor to James Campbell,whose ancestos were from Scotland. I don't now if paternal or maternal> There is a endowed scholarship at Abilene Christain Univ., in the name if Leta Skiles Hudspeth.
National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons Hudspeth, Mrs. Albert E.( LetaSkiles ) TX
The National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons
James Campbell Chapter, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Dallas, TX. James Campbell Chapter was organized October 29, 1952, making 2002 our 50th anniversary year.The chapter was named for the Scots ancestor on whose service the organizing Regent, Mrs. Albert E. Hudspeth, joined.James Campbell was descended from Sir Colin Mohr Camp-bell who was knighted in 1280.Sir Colin Mohr Camp-bell's son married Lady Mary Bruce, sister of Robert, The Bruce.
Any help since I last talked to you in 2005? Thanks,