Sorry for the tardy response but I just now checked this e-mail account -- what a surprise to get your e-mail!
I do have a question or two, so here is what you posted.You show my great-grandfather, Alexander Charles (his nickname was Tib, if you are collecting trivia as well) as being born in 1878 and then being married in 1880 :)Do you know the correct date(s)?
So your husband is our distant cousin -- we always are glad to hear of new relatives!Tib was our grandmother Hazel Marie Mendenhall's father.There are three of us: my older sister Sandi (age 62), myself (age 53) and my brother Charles (age 50).I live in Houston, my brother in nearby Magnolia, and my sister (who has a son named and nicknamed after Tib) lives in Anchorage, Alaska.
Thank you so much for all the information!I would love it if you could e-mail me whatever other info pertinent info you might have.
___________________________________________________________ Your Alexander Charles Mendenhall is my husband's great uncle (His sister, Eunice Pearl Mendenhall was my husband's great grandmother).
Alexander's parents are Zacharaiah O. Mendenhall b. 28 Nov 1848 in Macon, Mo d. 17 Feb 1908 in Bowie, Montague, Tx. married 17 Apr. 1871 in White River Twnshp,Barry, Missouri to Melinda Elizabeth Mackey b. 4 Jul 1854 in Ark., d. 15 Mar 1932 in Bowie, Montague Co., Tx. Their children were: (1) Alexander Charles Mendenhall b. 14 sep 1878 in Bowie, Tx, d. 2 May 1934 in Montague Co., Tx (married Eva Mayes b.12 Sep 1880) (2) Eunice Pearl Mendenhall b. 1 May 1881 in Bowie, Tx d. 13 Feb 1974 Brownwood, Brown Co., Tx m. Ed Hinton (3) Clara Bell Mendenhall (4) Emma Mendenhall (5) Jesse Mendenhall (6) Linnie E. Mendenhall (7) James Victor Mendenhall (8) Nancy Mendenhall (9) Mary A. Mendenhall (10) William Albert Mendenhall (11) Jerry Mendenhall (12) Bessie Lee Mendenhall
If you would like a family group sheet on this family, I can email you one with more of the birth and death dates that I have on it. Just reply to my message and it will send me email notification. Please research my data for yourself, too, because I can always have errors. Good Luck! Misti J. Davis-Hinton