Domain: mhrising.com

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Clay Families
Sabrina (wife of Henry Russell) and Winny Clay (wife of Darling Smith) were sisters, daughters of James Clay. James Clay was said in testimony before the ...
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JOHN LAIR
Except for the lack of slaves, the household of George Lair looks likely. He may be the man who married in Lincoln Co. 1 Sept. 1787 Catharine Hogland. ...
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The Newberry Tri-Herald
James Mendenhall, Mr. F.G. Spearman to Miss Mary C. Holman, all of Newberry. ... Last Friday morning there was a killing or murder of Mr. Calvin Crozer, ...
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Matthew Creed
Signed quit claim deed on father's land in Surry Co. in 1826. Surry Co. .... 643 Margaret Creed 1 male over 45; 2 females 10-16, 1 female 26-45. ...
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The Kelsey Family
After her husband's death, he lived in a remote cabin in the shadow of the Cuyama .... James Kelsey was there with 2 males under 10, 1 males 10-16, ...
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WILLIAM CLARDY
WILLIAM CLARDY was b. 1800 in Granville County, North Carolina. In 1841, William Clardy taxed for 1 poll, 2 slaves 2 cattle, and 1 mule. ...
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ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS From Kit Fuller (KitFuller@aol.com ...
This wagon train seems to have been a part of the GRIGSBY-IDE party. The BEESONs have stated there were about 100 wagons in the train. ...
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THE PALLADIUM
One yoke of oxen and ox-cart levied on as the property of Nicholas Bellamy; one lot of land whereon Joseph Attaway now lives and two negro girls one named ...
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Pennsylvania Archives–Ninth Seri
Also by the death of Mary Fuller and Jacob Fuller, intestate possessed of both ... Adams by the Mayor’s Court, upon being convicted of Assault and Battery. ...
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Blanton Family
Neighbors: Philip H. Jenkins, Robert Lockridge, James Lockridge, James F. Byers. 1831 6 Aug. 1831 Maury County Deed Book O-1 506 William H. Blanton of Maury ...
 
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