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LLoyd Lionel Stokes, some timeline, some info. From HANDIBOE-LEWIS-ROOTS

LLoyd Lionel Stokes, had several son's one of them married a LEWIS, also a relative of the CONFEDERATE, John H. LEWIS. A timeline & some info., from the HANDIBOE-LEWIS-ROOTS, tree at www.ancestry.com. Some of the info on them provided by a descendant.

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LLoyd, had a son who married a LEWIS, one of the descendants of John H. LEWIS.

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The information of the STOKES, was initially provided only by a Karent STOKES< "maiden name.. This would be her Grandfather.

Add a life event Timeline1886  10 Sep Birth Birth

 

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5 historical records 1910  Age: 24 Residence

 

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1 historical record 1910  Age: 24 Residence

 

Precinct 11, Washington, District of Columbia

 

1 historical record 1920  Age: 34 Residence

 

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1 historical record 1930  Age: 44 Residence

 

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1 historical record 1930  Age: 44 Residence

 

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1 historical record 1947  Age: 61 Death

 

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1 historical record        Marriage to Annie Belle DILLOW

 

Washington,D.C.,USA Lloyd Lionel Stokes Added by TereKr on 30 Sep 2007

Lloyd Lionel Stokes came here about 1909, with his mother Hettie Stokes 1865-1912, four brothers, Lloyd, 1886-1947, Fenton Stokes, Malcolm Stokes and David Stokes, from Pitt County, NC.  I believe Her Husband Henry was already deceased, as the 1890 city directory, for DC has her listed as a widow.  Hettie was a seamstress in DC.  Lloyd, my grandfather, was a painter for most of the hotels down in DC, the Mayflower, Hilton, Willard, etc.  My father Albert Lionel Stokes, 1913-1992, started painting with him at the age of 12.  My dad attended Randall Highlands on Penn. and 30th st. SE.  I never got to meet my granddad but some say he was a pretty good person.  Times were hard back then, so I am assuming that is why they came to reside in DC from NC. 

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