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Creekmore, Robert

Submitted by Paul L. Kines

Robert Creekmore's death was between 1850 and 1870, the Creekmores of Kemper Co MS were missed in the 1860 census. Vera Mae Creekmore Bledsoe Dearman, granddaughter of James Monroe Creekmore, had a stroke and could not write. She had her daughter Daphne Foster write me a letter. In her letter dated 8/8/1987 "stated Robert Creekmore furnished four boys uniforms, guns, horses, everything for cavalry for the civil war. "This shows he was alive in 1861 and 5/22/1863. S. A. J. Creekmore wrote in his diary that he gave $50.00 to Sergeant Spencer (Jeff Davis Legion Co C) to send to S. M. Germany, his grandfather. This shows Robert Creekmore had died by 1863. So he must have died between 1862 and 1863.
I am a great-grandson of James Monroe Creekmore.

Paul L. Kines
9818 Edgecliff Dr
Moss Point MS 39562
228-475-7966

Creekmore Cousins Newsletter was started 20 years ago.
If anyone needs info: Mary Lou Hudson, Newsletter Editor
Descendants of William Madison Creekmore
Submitted by Paul L. Kines

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