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Re: Burriss family in 1800's
Posted by: Sarah Dorn (ID *****3796) Date: March 31, 2009 at 05:45:34
In Reply to: Re: Burriss family in 1800's by diane lundberg of 871

May I contact you privately? I have spent several hundred hours researching the Greenberry Wilson group and have not been able to connect into it so far. I would hate to tie up a forum with info that is either not usable or has already been beaten to pieces in online discussions.

In regards to William Burris and Elizabeth Wilson in Roane County, I worked on that line for a short while several years ago and came to the conclusion that it is not mine. It is a well documented family and doesn't seem to connect to my group.

I would love to be able to have a documented tie into the Wilson clan. The official information that I have found indicates that the tie is there, but I haven't been able to find the one piece that would prove it. Let's try!

Hope to hear from you.

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