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Re: Joiners moving to AL in 1830
Posted by: Charles Bradley (ID *****8371) Date: February 20, 2006 at 13:42:01
In Reply to: Re: Joiners moving to AL in 1830 by Nancy Huggins of 653

My gg-grandfather married Cornelius' daughter, Beady Jane (his second marriage, her second also). I have data on Cornelius other descendents: Cornelius Jr., Betty, William, Francis. I also have the name of Beady Jane's mother as Elizabeth and/or "Betsy". I also have other connections to the Joiner families through my root families of Bradley, Coleman, Myrick, and others in Clarke County. Let me know if I can help you. Thanks!


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