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Samuel White Blevins, Lida Turbeville, Icelee Beesinger Posted by: Gayla Hart (ID *****3896) Date: September 17, 2009 at 17:30:22 of 3259
i am looking for information on Samuel White Blevins born 1878 Texas and Lida Turbeville born 1877 Louisiana, their first child was born , all four of their children were born in Texas, I am looking for marriage and divorce information, July 1897 Texas he had his first child with Lida Turbeville 1901 Texas a second child was born Aug 1902 Texas a third child was born 1908 Clarendon, Donley, Texas their fourth and last child is born 1920 Hunt co Texas census Feb 1923 Caddo Parish Louisiana when he fathered a child with another unknown woman Nov 30 1925 Hopkins county Texas he Married IceLee Beesinger May 1927 Caddo Parrish, Louisiana their first child was born 1930 census Caddo Parrish Louisiana he and Icelee with 4 children Two of which were hers with her first husband 1930 census Texas Lida Turbeville Blevins is divorced living with one of Samuele's and her children Feb 1933 Caddo Parrish, Louisiana their second child was born Aug 1934 Caddo Parrish, Louisiana their third and last child was born 1949 Icelee remarries Dec 1950 Bexar county Texas he dies.
you can see i have a lot of gaps in his life i would like someone to point me in a direction for his marriage and divorce dates with Lida, His second wife's name and their marriage date and what happened to her. and a divorce date for he and Icelee. he has descendants with each of his wives. i would love to get in touch with any one of them to get the whole story as it were. if someone can point me in a productive direction i would be a very happy genealogist. Gayla Hart