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Etta Gilmore 1930's Coke County

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Re: Etta Gilmore 1930's Coke County

Posted: 1277653430000
Classification: Query
Ordinarily, I thrive on "brickwalls"! This, is something else! She is found on at least seven family trees yet none documents her "complete" history. Do you have an estimated date of her marriage to William Gilmore? Most family trees estimate the event took place prior to 1910. That's not supported by census records. View 1910 Coleman-Precinct 3-District 136-Image 4 to find: Charles E. Page(30), Etta Page(27), Mary Townsend(17), George M. Kilpatrick(25), and Maud Kilpatrict(25). No doubt you are aware George and Etta Kilpatrick were siblings? This is a "stretch"! In 1920 Kent-Precinct 7-District 150-Image 18, find Charles E. Page(41), Henretta[sic](38), Ivy(7), and Hazle[sic](3 7/12). No way I can prove they were the same couple from 1910 Coleman County! Fast-forward to 1930 Tarrant-Fort Worth-District 78-Image 71 to find William S. Gilmore(56) and Etta(46). It's confusing and I don't know how to straighten it out! Etta's death certificate is viewable online at It was witnessed by her sister Alyce [took I while for me to decipher that signature] who also witnessed their mom's (31 Jul 1849 - 23 Jul 1934). Alyce Erath Kilpatrick (7 Mar 1880 - 14 Nov 1961) never married. Like Etta, she was a chiropractor. Don't know where you go from here?
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