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Re: Milners of Coosa County Alabama
Posted by: Doris Morris (ID *****5609) Date: March 07, 2011 at 06:37:06
In Reply to: Re: Milners of Coosa County Alabama by Bobbie Cardin of 878


Please let me know far back you've been able to go.

Also, as we know, blacks often took on the last names of their owners. In those days, when slaves had children, the children would often be sold off to other families. The woman that Aaron Milner was living with in 1870 could be someone who got him from another white family.

Let's definitely stay in touch. You may be looking for the white Milners and I'm looking for the black Milners but they may very well be a connection.


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