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Margaret Collins


Margaret CollinsMargaret Collins (Sister to Bellzona) wife of James Griffith

Margaret (Bog) Collins married James Griffith from Texas

There was a musical arrangement that featured a bird singing out of the bog during this woman's life. One likes to think it might have been what initiated her nickname. These women had a love of music in their soul. They balanced this love with a greater love for their creator and the combination made for beautiful strong children such as you see here. This probably is the root of a gigantic family in through Texas and would behove some brave soul to research this branch. This work does not include their records. They lived in and around Tyler, Texas and the Fort Worth area. PICTURE: Upper left, back row, Fannie married Bill Cagel, back row, middle, Lizzie, married Jim Jackson, lived at Grandberry. Upper right, back row, Bell, married Jim Clark.

Bottom row, left, Lula, married Tom Kelly, lived at Toler, Texas. Mother Margaret, holding Lela Jesse who married Ed Mitchel. Father, James Griffith, holding Richard, Bud, married Willie Mitchell. Stella, lower right corner, married "Hutch" Hutchison, lived at Weatherford, Ok. Effie the baby is not pictured. She married Charlie Fitzhugh. They lived at Ft. Worth.


Margaret on the left, her sister Aletha (Aunt Leeth) on the right


Margaret Collins, Mrs. James Griffith, sister to Bellzona lived in the Fort Worth, Texas area.


 


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