I was browsing around the Family History Archives of FamilySearch today with the LINCECUM surname. Since it's pretty rare, I felt safe doing a very generic search, including full text. I was right -- only 25 hits. Anyway, one hit was from the book A Memorial and Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas (with a mile-long subtitle). Included therein is a sketch for Colonel James Vardeman Matson, who married "a daughter of Dr. Gid Lincecum."
Mr. Matson's mother was Diadamia Vardeman Matson. She's technically not related to me, since her son is an "in law" of mine, but I thought this little tidbit about her was interesting. The author must have thought so too, to include it in the sketch of her son:
You go, Diadamia!
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