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Popnoe, Langham, Sanders

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Re: Popnoe, Langham, Sanders

Posted: 12 Sep 2013 12:23AM GMT
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Not the person you expected but I can help! Once you get past the initials, the pictures become clearer. Your father had an older sister who died as an infant (Beverly Bea Langham: 6 May 1941 - 9 Nov 1941)? Your paternal grandfather may have been a junior? Could have made research easier if you revealed his name, William Earl(e) Langham. Arnold Langham (1841-1919) and Elizabeth Jane (nee: Bannerman) Langham (6 Sep 1846 - 14 Apr 1932) were parents of W. E. "Pop" Langham (21 Sep 1884 - 10 Jul 1969)-your great grandfather. He's buried in Ector County beside wife, Mae Langham (24 Oct 1890 - 23 Oct 1973). Her birthdate might be incorrect? She's maiden name Gaston and found with parents 1900 TX-Coke-Precinct 5-District 0013-Images 3 & 4. Your paternal great great grandparents wed 26 Aug 1869 in Freestone, TX. That's found on Mrs. E. J. Langham's 15 Dec 1919 application for a widow's pension. Arnold expired 28 Jan 1919 in Avant, OK. Per 1900 TX-Jones-Precinct 1-District 0099-Image 37, Arnold and Lizzie Langham had six kids that survived childbirth. Earl and Mary were enumerated on that census and the others found 1880 TX-Lampasas-Precinct 2-086-Image 4.
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texsgirl 15 Jan 2008 10:07PM GMT 
Kara Langham 12 Sep 2013 4:37AM GMT 
HL2604 12 Sep 2013 6:23AM GMT 
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