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William Henry Lightle/Lytle

Updated August 8, 2004

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My ggrandfather was William Henry Lightle/Lytle he was born aprox. 1845 and he died in 3-11-1920. He went by both spellings of the name Lightle/Lytle, and he also went by his middle name alot. He married Nancy Lucinda Brewer in 10-17-1865 in Kentucky. Nancy Lucinda had 2 brothers Cal and Dode, and 2 sisters Liz and Angeline. Liz married a Collins and Angeline married Eli Freeman.
William Henry and Nancy Lucinda had 7 children they are as follows: ( I also have the names of all the grandchildren)

Sara Melinda m. Billy Cox they had 7 children
Wesley Columbus m. Dora Helen Wilson they had 4 children
Elizabeth Aletha m. William Isaac Britton they had 6 children
Maryetta m. George Bonham they had 5 children
William Henry m. Lucy Freeman they had 6 children
Cordelia m. Murt Crain they had 7 children
John Jacob m. May Cron they had 3 children (she died)
m. Susie Snowden they had 13 children

This is as far back as I have traced it so far. I am John Jacob's granddaughter so I can go all the way to current on his line. However on his brothers and sisters I am only able to go to their children. However I have met some distant cousins on the internet and I am trying to learn more about their branches as well. If you have any information, I would like to hear from you. If you need any information I would be happy to try and help.

 
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