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looking for family of James W Coffey of ILL

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looking for relatives of James w.Coffey of Ill/Ok has a son Joesph E.coffey who married Annie Thomas at Pauls Valley Ok 1910 had a brother named Guy Homer Coffey or Homer Guy Coffey and possible sister named Sussie Coffey. Joesph E Coffey was my great grandfather and we are looking trying to find the coffey family tree branches any help would be most helpful.

Surnames: COFFEY
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on 2009-04-14 23:58:15

candy_burge has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2009. is researching the following names: COFFEE, COFFEY.

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by java1958 on 2009-07-10 08:23:42

DON'T THINK IT'S THE SAME JAMES W YOURE LOOKING FOR. hIS FATHER WAS CLARENCE AND MOTHER LULA HADLEY. THEY DID LIVE IN CRESCENT OK FOR YEARS AND CLARENCE HAD A SISTERS TAVIE, MYRTIE, DUSS. THEY STARTED IN KENTUCKY. CLARENCE HAD NO BROTHERS. SORRY AND GOOD LUCK. I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT IF I HAVE ANY NATIVE AMERICAN BLOOD.

by annetteslaven on 2012-03-03 19:41:27

I have been searching for my great great grandparents names. I know that my great great gma was Sarah Mann Coffey. She lived in the Milltown Ky area on the Adair/Green Co line. I do not recall my great great grandfathers name. I think it may have been Willard? I do know they had the following children (I may leave some out)Octavia(Tavie), Myrtie, Dulcie(Duss), JoAnn, Pearl Bryan, Boss(don't recall her real name),and a son, Clarence. Clarence married Lula Hadley. JoAnn married a Mann I think and died in her forties. She lived in Russell Co. Ky. Myrtie lived near Guthrie/Cresent OK at the time of her death. Duss lived in Ok/Arkansas I think. I do know my grandmother, Pearl Bryan Coffey Kerns lived in Columbia, Ky most of her life. I was curious as to the way you are kin to these people, and do you know the name of my great great gpa?

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