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Re: Rueben Brocks
Posted by: JoEllen O'Neal (ID *****2697) Date: August 29, 2011 at 06:32:34
In Reply to: Re: Rueben Brocks by JoEllen O'Neal of 5870

We have proliferated away from many records and there is one of the Ruebens that shows as from SC way up the line down from Redbird and that is the one i'm researching as to the blood from there down and the adoptions and such were an issue and are in our line as well down to now...but I meant that my Dad was one of 9 and 7 living and my Grandmother whose Dad was Nathan Brock and his Dad Rueben - had many brothers and sisters and we all branched lived amongst one another and interacted and still have records and cemeteries...and yes-the interactions of the native americans...throughout a ton of lines - the women carry other husbands and last names so we have a ton - ton of relatives...and lots are still Brock grandmother married Hendrickson - and others of course married other men but before them it was all brock men - and of course my uncles are brocks or were, etc..and if they had daughters it got lost at that point with the name - but here we are ...and the link to that one reuben and possibly the father of nathan is an of the census of reuben nathans father shows that he was from PA and she from Ohio - the was a riley and one was an Elrod and the Elrod has somenativeamerican connections..but the rest of the census for nathan's dad - reuben show that he and his wife were both from VA....and she died in the same Ohio place that Nathan was that Iam questioning because there is onlyh one census that shows reuben from Pa and the rest show VA...and there are no birth records etc about PA...and this goes DOWN from Elizabeth Camp not older - but toward NOW...we are a whole line toward now from Elizabeth Camp unless there is a PA connection in Nathans father...there is a Reuben in PA that was a doctor - many of our line now are in medical...and many are farmers and a ton are extremely bright in language and things - most of us have a high IQ..and many are doing genaeological research in a big way...the Cherokee were known to be bright in language so not sure as the elrods could be the first connection along with taylors to native blood as they showon rolls...the well as brocks --there's a ton of brocks on native american rolls...

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