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Jose Massilenia Pablio came to Adair Co., with James W. Sexton

Pablio later changed his name to Franklin. Adair County author/artist/educator Darlene Campbell adds fascinating footnote on the founding of a great Adair County family, sparked by mention in article by Adair Historian Mike Watson of a boy who came to Adair Co., KY after the Mexican War

Darlene Campbell writes:
I'm so glad you printed this. Jose Massilenia Pablio, who later changed his name to Franklin was that boy who came back with James W. Sexton. He was my great-great grandfather. It really made my day to read about him in CM today. --Darlene Campbell
Comments re article 48284 Texas War for Independence vs Mexican War Not the same

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