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Fourth Generation (Continued)

Family of Jackson MEALS (11) & SARAH

36. William A. MEALS. Born in 1848. William A. died in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas. Buried in Prices Chapel Cemetery, Cleburne, Texas. Alias/AKA: ''Will".

i. Faye.

37. Robinson Crusoe MEALS. Born in 1852 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Buried in Cleburne Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas. Alias/AKA: "R.C.".

On 1 Dec 1872 when Robinson Crusoe was 20, he first married E.J. JOPLIN. Born on 25 Feb 1838. At the age of 43, E.J. died in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas on 22 May 1881. Buried in 1881 in Prices Chapel Cemetery, Cuba, Texas.

They had the following children:
i. Thomas Jackson. Born on 7 Oct 1875 in Jefferson , Tennessee.

97 ii. Rebecca A. (1878-)

On 3 Mar 1883 when Robinson Crusoe was 31, he second married Katherine LANSFORD, in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas. Born on 13 Nov 1850 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. At the age of 56, Katherine died on 11 Feb 1907. Buried in 1907 in Cleburne Cemetery, Johnson County, Texas. Alias/AKA: "Kate".

They had the following children:
98 i. Oscar Frederick (1884-)
ii. Essie Renee. Born on 16 Nov 1885. At the age of 88, Essie Renee died on 9 Oct 1974. Buried in 1974 in Laurel Land Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

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