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"In-laws, Ex-laws, and Out-laws" they're all here! Thanks Craig for giving this sprawling family tree its name! At any time, please feel free to let me know about corrections, additions, etc. to our family tree and it will be updated in a timely manner. Also, when I first started compiling information for this site, I made the mistake of not properly documenting my sources. Most information came from government records: census, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), birth certificates/ index, death certificates, and marriage records, and passenger ship lists, etc as well as cemetery records, newspapers, and general family knowledge. Facts About Our Tree: 1. Confirmed nationalities: Irish, English, German, Scottish, Dutch, Swiss, French, Belgian, Welsh, and Swedish 2. Famous relatives: Clyde Barrow (of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde) and his brother Buck Barrow (also a bit infamous). More to come! Location Information: 1. Thackerville, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory is now Love County, Oklahoma. Marietta, Love County, Ok is very close to where the fore-mentioned location is, therefore, often interchanged in old documents. Burnside, Ky was supposedly called Point Isabel prior to 1890. 2. Some locations are extinct. Yep, that's right, they don't exist anymore. One such is New Amstel, Delaware. It's now called New Castle. A NOTE ON CEMETERIES: Sometimes cemeteries are lost; families die out and no one is left to care for or about the graves. Eventually, they are lost to time. Many people have questioned me about the cemetery where my mom's parents are buried. I know it as the Old Tateville Cemetery. It's actually Old Tateville Church Cemetery Annex. There's the keyword. You have to go on past the church, around the curve, over the train tracks, turn left, and go down a little drive. Some people who have lived in the area all their lives, didn't even know about it. This is also true for dozens of cemeteries throughout the country. Warmest Wishes, Renee, Administrator (18 October 2013)