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353. “United States Census,” 1850, TN, Robertson, District 12, 109, 209, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, November 13, 1850, Clinton Green.
File: 1850 TN Robertson County Dist 12 p109
354. Jørgen Thue Pedersen, “Re: Mads Andersen fra Tryggelev,” http://www.dis-danmark.dk/forum/read.php?7,241937,242267#msg-242267, August 2, 2006.
355. “Interview with Bunny Hanson and Heather O’Donnell,” April 27, 2003, Pleasonton, CA.
356. Dee Dee Sparks, “Found Merry Webb!!,” http://genforum.genealogy.com/webb/messages/12701.html, July 4, 2003.
357. “Mable Larson Webb McMillan,” About 1991 or 1992, Mary Jo Ryals Webb, Originally recorded on tape. Some gaps in tape due to age when transferred to computer file.
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358. Phil and Sharleen Wurm, “St. John’s Lutheran (cemetery roster),” http://www.ksgenweb.com/decatur/cemeteries/st_johns_lutheran_cemetery.htm.
359. “Decatur County Kansas Marriage Record Index,” http://www.ksgenweb.com/decatur/Marriages/groom_i.htm.
File: Thornton_KS_Township_2S_Range_31W
360. “Decatur County Kansas Taxpayer List,” Logan Township, Decatur County, KS, 1888-1889, http://www.ksgenweb.com/decatur/genealogy_society_files/taxpayer_logan_88_89.htm.
361. Denise Maaske, “Rawlins County Kansas Marriage Records 1890 through 1899,” http://www.ksgenweb.com/rawlins/bride1890.html.
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362. “Rawlins County Kansas Marriage Records 1900 through 1900,” http://www.ksgenweb.com/rawlins/groom1900.html.
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364. “Kansas State Census,” 1905, KS, Rawlins, Laing, Herndon, 8, 15, Kansas Department of Health and Environment Office of Vital Statistics, 1905, Albert Peterson.
File: 1905 KS Rawlins County Herndon
365. Denise Maaske, “Herndon Covenant Cemetery, Rawlins County, Kansas,” http://www.ksgenweb.com/rawlins/rawlinscem/rawlinscem-covenant.html#H-I.
366. “Kansas State Census,” 1895, KS, Rawlins, Union, Thornton, 1, 1, Kansas Department of Health and Environment Office of Vital Statistics, March 1, 1895, Charles Gustafson.
File: 1895 KS Rawlins County Union p1
367. “United States Census,” 1900, KS, Rawlins, Laing, 6A, 6, 130, T623, 496, 289, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 12-13, 1900, Wiley A Doyle.
File: 1900 KS Rawlins County Laing p6A
368. “United States Census,” 1910, KS, Rawlins, Laing, 4B, 6, 151, T6224, 453, 130, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 15, 1910, Edward S Bacon.
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369. Geo. A. Ogle & Co., “Alphabetical List of Landowners from the 1921 Standard Atlas of Decatur County Kansas,” http://www.ksgenweb.com/decatur/1921%20Atlas/c_f_landowners.htm, 1921.
370. “At Rest,” Adventist Review, 757, May 25, 2000, 30.
371. TSLA, Sumner County, Tennessee, Microfilm Roll No. AS174B, #1, “List of Free Males in Captain Smith’s Company, 1826,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~providence/census/census1826_s4.htm.
372. Kristyne Young, “Irvin/Holmes Line,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...infamily&id=I253, July 17, 2003.
373. Henry T. Vinson, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/christiancountykygenhelpline/message/3?source=1, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bartlettfamily/message/103?source=1, 2001.
Me--- Henry t. Vinson born 1937 Hopskinsville,Ky
My Father-------Guy B. Vinson /Hopskinville, Ky
My Mother-------Bernice Lee(Dewees)Vinson
GrandFather-----Henry Eric Vinson
GrandMother-----Pearl (Guier) Vinson
GrandFather-----Hugh T. Dewees
GrandMother-----Ethel (Butts)Dewees
GGrandFather----John Lewis Dewees
GGrandMother----Sarah Elizabeth (Bartlett) Dewees
GGrandFather----William F. Vinson
GGrandMother----Mary A.(Railey)Vinson
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376. Calhoun County Genealogy Society, “The Malcolm Ludwig Cavallin Family,” The Lighthouse Chronicle, Volume 1, Number 2, September 2001, http://www.lchr.org/a/35/ep/Vol2.html.
Malcom L. Cavallin was born May 4,1851 in Skeda Parish, Sweden and died January 1933 in Olivia, Calhoun Co.,TX.  He married Christina Beata Larson April 27, 1876 in Lucas, Iowa.

Christina was born in 1852 in Hjo, Vastergotland, Sweden and died in 1897 in Olivia, Calhoun Co.,TX.   

From Iowa, the Cavallins went to Kansas. When they left Kansas, they left one child buried there (Malcom Magnus Jan 1889-March 1889).  The Cavallin family came to Calhoun County in late 1800s.  

Their children:  Ellen Catherina (the oldest) 1877-1948, Gustaf Adolph 1879-1942, Carl John 1881-1934, Oscar Fredrick 1882-1948, Mabel Magnolia 1884-1958, Guy Lincoln 1890-1955, and Malcom Owen 1892-1977.  Ellen, Mable, and Guy were the only ones to continuously live in Olivia. John and Malcolm settled in Matagorda Co., TX. 

The family spent their first winter in covered wagons on their newly acquired property in Olivia. 

Mrs. Cavallin died in 1897 from an apparent heart attack.  She is buried in the Olivia Cemetery.  Ellen remained at home til her marriage in 1902.  After Guy returned from WW 1, he was named county commissioner, which he held for twenty-eight years.   Gust remained single and helped his father on the farm.

Mr. Cavallin helped organize the School District No. 1 and serve as trustee for twenty-four years. He was also instrumental in organizing the Farmer?s Gin in Olivia and building the first gin in 1894.  Mr. Cavallin was also County Commissioner for twenty-two years.   Mr. Cavallin never owned a car. He drove a horse drawn buggy up until his death in 1933. He too is buried in Olivia Cemetery.        

This information comes from The Shifting Sands of Calhoun Co. 1981 by the Calhoun Co. Historical Commission and Jackie Maskew Cavallin.  Her husband is a descendent of Malcolm and Christina Cavallin.
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File: 1870 TN Robertson County Dist 12 Barren Plains p9
381. “United States Census,” 1930, CA, Madera, Bethel, Township 02, 13B, 11, 20-3, T626, 176, 143, 4, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 29, 1930, Mrs. Ed Clendennen.
File: 1930 CA Madera County Bethel p13B
382. Linda Carpenter and Jan J. Barnes, “Gallatin Cemetery Index Files,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~providence/burial_gcindex.htm, 2003.
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File: 1900 TN Robertson County Dist 03 p3B
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