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Hi, I would like to find more documented information on Green Berry Chandler. Several trees offer different lines and families. Would enjoy finding which route is the correct one to take.Thanks,RichardContinue
Peter Arney Born: 1772 (Tryon County, North Carolina) Died: 1845 (Overton County, Tennessee) Lincoln County, North Carolina, Court of Pleas & Quarters, October 1787. Peter Arney, 15, "orphaned" son of Jacob Arney, deceased, is hereby "bound out"…Continue
im lookin for james William barbee born about 1767 and married keyawhe"susan" tullis if anybody can help me I shore would like it got a stump on my tree with him and her she is my 5th great grandmother and he is my 5th great grandfather they had…Continue
I'm not too sure how to start one of these...I'm looking for records of my grandmother's family. My grandmother's (Clyde Moore) father (William Clyde Moore) died before my grandmother turned two, a year before the 1910 census. When he died, my great…Continue
Missing: Parents of Levi C CoxBorn: Abt 1805 in North Carolina possibly Wayne County d 5 Oct 1868 , Thomas County, GeorgiaMarriage: 1 Prudence Akridge, born abt 1810 d 28 Jul 1934 Cairo, Grady, Georgia, USAMarriage 21 Jan 1830 Pulaski, Georgia…Continue
My Ancestor, Jacob Arney, purchased 200 acres of land, in Tryon County, North Carolina, in 1772.I have attempted to transcribe what it says:Surveyed For Jacob Arney Two Hundred Acres of Land in Tryon County on the South side of the South fork of the…Continue
Brick-wallJacob ARNEY, died in Lincoln County, North Carolina 1782/1784.Jacob ARNEY was in the York(town), York County, Pennsylvania, at least between 1749-1761. Four of his "known" children were born in the area: Christian "Christy" ARNEY, Sr.,…Continue
Who were his parents?? Seem strange to me after years of research no one has his parents or exact birth date. I have the family of his uncle Gov. Matthew Rowan, as well as Matthew's siblings and parents. None of them list a son Robert b: abt 1738 in…Continue
I am looking for information on ggg grandfather Thomas Isaac Mills of Polk Co. Arkansas.Thomas Mills was a Judge in Polk Co. from 1874-1878. Thomas Mills and wife Nancy E. Lawrence lived with their 10 children in the Polk/Mena courthouse during his…Continue
DNA results leads us to believe that my husband is a descendant of Nathaniel Scott, of Queen Anne's County, MD, who died there by 1742.Nathaniel or his wife Ann were connected to the Godwins and Youngs of QA in some way. We also know that the Scotts…Continue