Hello,I tried sending this to your suddenlink.com email and it was returned. I have Milvina in the 1880 census in Garland, Miller Arkansas; along with Columbus, James and Lillibell. in the 1900 Census Columbus and James are listed in Precincts 37-38 Bland, Powers, Bernalillo, New Mexico Territoryalong with a now 19 year old William Wallace listed as his brother. So I do not think that the Milvina you mentioned listed in Penn, Sullivan Co, Missouriis one in the same. in 1880 she was 34 not 27. I have contacted my cousin in Korea and asked him about taking the AncestryDNA test. William Wallace could be a scottish immigrant with the name and all. I can not find any more referance to LilliBell Crump after the 1880 census and she would have been 7 then. In that census she(Milvina) gives only her place of birth not the fathers? Sinc eshe was farming and widowed she would have been the person at home
William and most of the family that I can find worked as coal miners. My grandfather Wallce Martin was a tree cutter as ws William in New Mexico. My Great Aunt married a coal miner in WY and most of his family were coal miners as well. I am not sure that the oil men and the coal miners would have been that friendly since they did not really share much in comman.
I would love any information or leads or suggestion you might have to follow up on this. My email is email@example.com