Re: Amanda Caler/Kaylor-Fannin Co., Ga.
i found william pinkney kaylor in the 1860, 1870 and 1880 polk co. tenn. census. im not sure that i hunted him in 1900, but im sure that i would have. so no, i dont know if he lived to 1900.as for our john j. bonner and sarah j. kaylor bonner. had four children before they moved to franklin co. arkansas.james e. bonner, elizabeth (lizzie), whom married sidney raines berry, laura bonner, whom died at age 14 and the youngest, thomas j. bonner. thomas married rhoda ellender dearmore. im sure that the bonners and the kaylors moved from fannin co. ga. to franklin co. ark. out of the copper mines into the coal mines.the copper mines were about to play out.john and sarah are buried in the parks cemetery, charleston, arkansas.are you from amanda foster family? i had that amanda had two son, is that all?sharron