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Re: Brack Genealogy
Posted by: June Date: May 05, 2001 at 15:34:06
In Reply to: Re: Brack Genealogy by Rev. Paul Parkerson of 379

Paul,

You and I are related. Your G-G-G-Grandfather, George, and my G-G-Grandfather, James, were brothers. They were the sons of Eleazer and Sarah (?) Brack. Eleazer died in Wilkinson County, Georgia, between 1832 and 1838. Believed to be buried at Big Sandy Baptist Church in Wilkinson County. He was a member of the church in 1832.

I don't have any info on you except your mother's name and that she was married to Carroll M. Parkerson on September 20, 1959, in Dodge County, Georgia. What does the M. stand for in your name and your father's? I do not have birthdates nor where they were born. I do not have your birthdate nor where you were born. Do you have siblings? Are you married? I have nine siblings for your mother but only have the birthdates of Oscar Jackson and Homer Lee. Can you help me on this?

I have written a book on my line. Do you know of anyone else who has done so?

Let me hear from you.

Your cousin, June


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