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Re: The Alabama Brownings (Randolph County)
Posted by: Gaylier Miller (ID *****3358) Date: July 29, 2008 at 19:22:25
In Reply to: Re: The Alabama Brownings (Randolph County) by gene miller of 4260

My John Browning was living in Henry Co, GA, in 1850. I found his family there in the census. Would that still work? He was born abt 1800. There are a number of John Brownings in my family (of course)--as well as a number of James(es). I haven't looked at Madison Co. in 1850, but I will do so. Census records can be frustrating, but I've had many years of practice reading handwritings; I'll give it a try.

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