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Re: Burriss family in 1800's
Posted by: Sarah Dorn (ID *****3796) Date: September 14, 2005 at 12:55:30
In Reply to: Burriss family in 1800's by Sarah Dorn of 871

Does anyone have a William Burriss who married Mary McClure in Morgan County in May, 1822? I have found this couple in a book of early Alabama newspapers. I'm thinking that my John Crockett and his sister, Elizabeth, of the preceding note might have different mothers. He was born in 1810 and she was born in December, 1822. In her letter she talks about "your Uncle Green". The word 'your' has always niggled in the back of my mind. I believe this uncle was perhaps Greenberry Wilson of Morgan County. I have been told that two of his (Greenberry's) siblings went to Texas also. I'm trying to chase them down now. Can anyone help?


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