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Waldrum Family

Glenn E Leach (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jan 2000 12:21PM GMT
My mother was a Greene County, Arkansas Waldrum.
Does anyone have a early history of the family?

Waldrum Family

Posted: 6 Mar 2000 6:01AM GMT
Edited: 21 Jun 2003 11:47AM GMT
My Grandfather was John Waldrum.He made the Land Run
land run for Okla. in 1889.My Mother was Bessie L
Waldrum Born in Okla. Territory,May 29
1890.Married my Father Andrew Jackson Legg
Nov.2,1908.To that marriage was born 11 children
10 boys 1 girl.
I can be contacted by mail:Melvin R.Legg
459 "B"Clark St. Bishop,Ca.93514

William Waldrum

Posted: 8 Apr 2000 12:27PM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 6:57AM GMT
I am looking for information on William Waldrum who was in Greene county, Arkansas. Married to Nancy Unknown. They had a daughter Lucy Ann who married Samuel Benton Fielder. I do not have a list of their children. I do know that he had a brother named James E. who married Emily that was in Greene county, Arkansas. As far as i can find out. Most of the Waldrums didn't stay in Arkansas.

Waldrum

James Waldurm (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jul 2000 2:06PM GMT
We have a James Waldrum b 5/16/17/1864 d 1937 in Arkadelephia Ar. no other information. do you have any connections?
James Garrett

Waldrum

Bonnie Feely (View posts)
Posted: 17 Aug 2000 9:52PM GMT
My Grandfather was a Waldrum, many of the Arkansas family moved to North Central Texas about 1850

Bonnie

Waldrum

Bonnie Feely (View posts)
Posted: 17 Aug 2000 10:02PM GMT
Look at 1850 Fannin County Texas census for William, Nancy and Lucy

Bonnie

Waldrum

Posted: 15 Dec 2000 8:30PM GMT
Edited: 4 Feb 2002 3:19PM GMT
I am searching for any relatives of A. J. Waldrum who lived in Bowie Co. Texas in 1920. I do not know anything about him except that he had a deed for a cemetery lot dated 1920 and no one has claimed the lot in 80 years.

Re: William Waldrum

Posted: 7 May 2004 12:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Anny Waldrum (William's sister?) is my 4th ggrandmother. She married John Easley. His granddaughter gives his middle name as Henry--John Henry Easley. I'm curious about the possibility of a double connection between the Waldrum and the Easleys.
* William Waldrum had a son named James Easley Waldrum (JHE's father is possibly James Easley)
* JEW's son is named John Henry Waldrum (see above).
Is it possible that the Nancy Ann who married WW is an Easley? I realize that William and Anny are siblings (?), and it's possible that James Easley was named that just becaue his aunt had married an Easley, but I wonder if it is because his mother was an Easley. Just curious. Any info would be appreciated.

There is a Nancey Waldrum on the 1870 Salem Twp., Greene, AR Census listed as age 67 and a widow. Could this be the Nancy who married William? JEW and family are her neighbors.

Re: William Waldrum

Posted: 16 Sep 2004 2:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Mar 2005 4:03PM GMT
Surnames: Waldrum, Cardwell, Cook, Lamb
I find the marriage of Anny Waldrum to John Easley in Sumner County, Tn on November 25, 1813. Hope this helps.
Nelda

Re: Waldrum Family

Posted: 25 Feb 2008 11:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
My father was Grady Waldrum born in 1902?-1984, IN Thomasville, Alabama had a large family his father married twice that I know of, my father did not keep in touch with them he left home at 13 and nver went back or talked about them. If you have any info on them, please let me know i am doing this for Black history of my family,
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