Title: McFarland Family Bible
Title: Information from Joyce Vaughn
Title: 1850 Census, Fannin Co.Texas, other districts
Page: fam. 177
Title: 1860 Federal Census, Texas, Fannin Co
Page: fam. 685
Title: Early American Marriages: Texas to 1850
Author: Dodd, Jordan R.
Publication: Name: Bountiful, UT Precision Indexing Publishers;
Title: Marriage Records of Fannin County Texas 1838-70
Page: p. 3
Author: Frances T. Ingmire
Publication: Name: 1976;
Note: Mary Helen Haines notes:
In the probate records of Hezekiah Blankenship, Rebecca is shown owning 80 acres of property, a gift to her, located on the head right of James Albert McFarland survey, and was her separate property. Also, 160 acres from the same headright belonged to her. This as a report filed by her brother Jackson McFarland.
Rebecca is shown on the 1860 census living now as wife of George W. Wilkerson with their blended families from their first marriages.
The marriage certificate for George and Rebecca is written as George Wilkenson and Rebecca Blankinship, issued by the county clerk in Fannin County on Feb. 13, 1854. Whether they married that date is not known.
After the deaths of both McFarland parents, Rebecca and George moved to Indian Territory, which is verified in one of the probate settlement documents.
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