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Posted by: Mary Marchant (ID *****1622) Date: January 17, 2007 at 09:02:38
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I am hoping to find a burial place for William Trammell. This is what I know about him. He was born circa 1803 in Georgia. He was living in Santa Rosa County, Florida in 1850 but disappeared from the census after that. One daughter was Nancy Jane Trammell-a son was Dawson Trammell. Nancy Jane married Edmund Barefield probably in Dale County, Alabama circa 1855. She was born in 1839 in Talbot County, Georgia according to her civil war pension application. There is a William Trammell recorded in the Talbot County, Georgia census of 1840 with a daughter under 5 and several other children. She also states in the application that her father William Trammell was buried in Covington County, Alabama. Another source says that William Trammell was a blacksmith in Dale County, Alabama at one time but I cannot locate him in a census after 1850. Any information will be appreciated. Nancy Jane Trammell was my husband's gg grandmother.


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