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flag  Margaret  Clore

  (b. 12 December 1796, Virginia, USA   d. 1 October 1862Adairsville, Bartow, Georgia, USA )  

Margaret Clore was born 12 December 1796 in , Virginia, USA. Margaret Clore was the child of Aaron Clore and Susannah Swindle

She married  James Gaines .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. James Gaines  was born 8 November 1791 in , Virginia, USA .  He died 13 October 1856 in Adairsville, Bartow, Georgia, USA .  He was the son of Richard Gaines and Frances Jolly.

Margaret Clore died 1 October 1862 in Adairsville, Bartow, Georgia, USA.


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James Gaines was the son of Richard Gaines and Frances Jolly




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flag Amelia Gaines (b.18 August 1825, , South Carolina, USA  d. 15 December 1881, Cartersville, Bartow, Georgia, USA)



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1825 Birth of Child
Amelia Gaines was born 18 August 1825, , South Carolina, USA

1856 Death of Spouse/Partner
James Gaines died 13 October 1856, Adairsville, Bartow, Georgia, USA

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1 October 1862
Adairsville, Bartow, Georgia, USA


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Oothcalooga Baptist Church Cemetery Adairsville Bartow County Georgia, USA

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