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Ellen (View posts)
Posted: 980165014000
hi iam looking for any info. about my family history, with the oxendine name, my grandfather's name is jhon william oxendine and his father was william henrey oxendine his wife's name was beatrice lockleir/locklyer.also trying to find my indian history. any help will be very helpful thank's .

John Willie

Posted: 981046503000
Edited: 994465297000

Who were the children of
your grandfather with
dates of birth and where
born if you have.Who did
he married and when.

What specific question(s)did
you have about the Oxendines.
Maybe I can help

email me direct


ellen (View posts)
Posted: 981061603000
well i just got all the names in the oxendine family i could , from family that still could remember, no date or places they were bron or from.... lets start with my grandfather,john william oxendine, he is still alive but has some ageing with memorie..he lives in pemborke nc,his parents were william henery oxendine his wifes name was beatrice locklear,married? lived at? g-dad can't remember! his parents were,james wesley oxendine and wife elisa jane , were they live? were they where married ? were there death record's are? any way they had 8 kids ..lucy,charles,elza,and william h ,bessie,thomas h,maggie,elizabeth in that order. were they all lived,got married or died i have no clue wanted to find out were and if they had been in ant indian tribs,and health history.... all i know is my g- father is whole indian but never assoicated with his history..... please write back or e-mail me if you can help?.....

John Willie

Posted: 981128873000
Edited: 994465297000
In my last message I requested
that you e-mail me direct at:

I also requested the dob,
where born for John Willie
(William)Oxendine's spouse
and children.

Your Comment: There were eight
children. Believe that should
be nine: Add: Clifton Oxendine
born 13 Jan 1900, Pembroke,
Robeson, NC. He died 21 Jul
1987 in Lumberton, Robeson, NC.
He was buried at the Sandcutt
Cemetery, Robeson County, NC.

Probably 80 of all Oxendines
lived and died in the Robeson
County or surrounding counties.
Your line left Robeson about
1886 and came back about 1896
or so.

I do not check this board that
often so please send your reply
direct to the above email address.
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