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About Roberts Family
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My line of the Roberts' name ended with my father's (Claude Lenox Roberts, Jr.)  generation as my father's male cousin (he had only 1 sibling - a sister) also had  girls.  However, the family tree goes back to the 1600's with research done so far (*).  Hopefully with more informational searches on Ireland, Scotland and England we  may be able to identify additional ancestors. I also would like to get some family  stories input from my dad about his youth and his parents and grandparents. Of note,  I am interested in determining if my ancestors by the name Crockett were related to  those of David Stern Crockett - better known as Davey Crockett.  My Grandmother Lecy  believed we were related. In addition, there is a grandmother of the Pierce name who  is believed to be a descendant of a line from the President Franklin Pierce.   Research indicates that President Pierce had 3 sons none of whom lived long enough to  have had children, so my relative is probably down a brother's line rather than  directly from President Pierce. Further research is planned on this issue.  I also  have more pictures I can scan and save with this documentation. On my mother's family  tree, I believe the her line of the Ross family name ended at her father's (Andrew  Jackson "Jack" Ross, Jr.) generation.  I am hopeful to gather some interesting  stories from my mom about her parents and grandparents who were early settlers in  Texas and had some interesting tales to tell! Here too are more photographs from much  earlier years that will be scanned and included.  My grandfather, Jack Ross, was  Secretary of the State of Texas when I was about 2 years old; he also served on the  State Board of Pardons and Paroles for many years when that board was a 3 man team.

Finally, I would like to be able to fill out the family histories in parallel trees  where I am able to gather data; so if anyone has information that might add to the  cousins, aunts, nephews, and their spouses, please forward it to me at  Usbrays04@aol.com.

(*) By way of disclaimer, much of the data I have loaded into Tribalpages was  provided from relatives and I personally have not researched or "proven" its  accuracy.  I will pursue better documentation as time is available and make notes in  this database as to my sources.  Of note, some of the Roberts information was  documented in a family bible source several generations back.  I have also taken the liberty of  adding in historical data found in other family trees on Ancestry.com connections where I found my  data tied together accurately.  This too has not been thoroughly researched, although there were  many citations from Census records, marriage, birth and death records as well as some family data  out of other bibles. NJBRAY  updated 04/08/2010

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