Person:Annette Ham (4)

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Annette Belle Ham
b.08 FEB 1862 Bell County, TX, USA
m. 26 JUN 1838
  1. Nancy Jane Ham1839 - 1867
  2. Martha A Ham1841 - 1891
  3. Abner Lewis Ham1843 - 1927
  4. Jeanette B Ham1846 - 1926
  5. Elizabeth Ham1848 - 1934
  6. Virginia Ham1850 - 1920
  7. Eva McKie Ham1853 - 1943
  8. James Lorenzo Ham1855 - Abt 1910
  9. Thomas L Ham1857 - Bet 1860 & 1862
  10. Mary Ham1860 - 1860
  11. Annette Belle Ham1862 - 1945
m. 16 OCT 1879
  1. Vinecia Gertrude Specht1880 - 1968
  2. Mathilda Alice Specht1882 - 1969
  3. Rhea May Specht1885 - 1975
  4. Floyd Adolf Patrick Specht1887 - 1967
  5. Doyle Frank Specht1890 - 1968
  6. Theodore Gilbert Specht1893 - 1971
  7. Tom Rex SpechtEst 1896 - 1951
  8. Elvis Gerald Specht1899 - 1899
  9. Maria Louise Specht1901 - 1982
Facts and Events
Name[1] Annette Belle Ham
Alt Name[2][3] Belle Ham
Gender Female
Birth[4][2][5][3] 08 FEB 1862 Bell County, TX, USA
Marriage 16 OCT 1879 Jack County, TX, USAto Franklin Specht
Religion[6] 1883 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USADisciples of Christ
Residence[4] 1945 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Death[4][2][7] 22 SEP 1945 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Burial[2][4][8] 23 SEP 1945 Oakwood Cemetery, Old Post Oak and Oakwood, Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
References
  1. Dorcas M. Ham v. Berry L. Ham, Url: www.scribd.com/doc/11568702/236-ham-divorce, Volume: divorce records. (17 September 1862)
    17 September 1862.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Oakwood Cemetery, Old Post Oak and Oakwood, Jacksboro, Texas, 331336N0980925W, Record Type: Tombstone, Reader:
    Frank and Belle Specht tombstone, read by Richard Tonsing, 6 March 1999.
  3. 3.0 3.1 United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1880)
    Frank Specht household, ED 158, p. 15A, dwelling 252, household 252.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Shaw, Mrs. W. M. Anette Belle Specht, death certificate 40237, informant Mrs. W. M. Shaw (1945), Texas Department of Health, Bu. (1945).
  5. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1870)
    442.
  6. Jack County Genealogical Society. The History of Jack County Texas. (Curtis Media Corporation, Dallas, Texas, 1985)
    786-787.
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