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Mrs. Daniel Tomlin (ancestry) : one hundred and eleven generations of descent from ancient and medieval kings of England, France, Scotland and Wales; knights of the garter and from fourteen sureties for the Magna Chart of A.D. 1215

Mrs. Marie Tomlin
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (14 leaves) donated by Mrs. Marie Tomlin, Dallas, Texas, 1961.

IN Family records, v. 4, leaves 280-291.

Marie O. Echols was born in 1889, probably in Georgia or Texas, the daughter of Lou Hester Hester Echols (1870-1954) and Robert Nathan Echols (1865-1934). She married Daniel Tomlin (1887-1931) in 1907. They had two children, 1915-1916. She and her husband owned and operated drug stores in Texas until 1929 when they moved to Dallas and started a cosmetics company. She retired in 1949. Children and grandchildren probably lived in Texas.

Ancestral lines are through her mother's lineage. Ancestors include: Christopher Branch (1602-1681) of England and Virginia; Capt. Thomas Harris (b. 1587) of Crixie, County Essex, England, and Henrico County, Virginia; William Osborne, Jr. (d. 1793), a captain in the America Revolution, and others.

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