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Re: Samuel Barley, Madison Co, AL mid-1800s
Posted by: Pam Marion Date: November 26, 2001 at 18:22:12
In Reply to: Samuel Barley, Madison Co, AL mid-1800s by D. Frost of 410

Hello,

I am also researching a Barley family from Alabama. I was just wondering if you are looking for the same line. My grandfather was Fred S. Barley 1899-1972. He was the oldest of seven boys: Fred, Ed, Charley, Floyd, Labe, Bruce & Breace. Their parents were: (James) Walter BARLEY b.1875 and Maggie Lou ELROD b. 1878-1922. The family lived in Limestone County, but the some of the descendants also lived in Madison County. Does any of this sound familiar? Thanks,
P.Marion


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