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Re: The Alabama Brownings (Randolph County)
Posted by: Gaylier Miller (ID *****3358) Date: September 15, 2008 at 13:29:03
In Reply to: Re: The Alabama Brownings (Randolph County) by Wanda Craft of 4259

I think I have a copy of a picture of James Madison I and his wife, Anastascia (Stacie) Coleman Browning, but none of J Mad II and either wife. I do have all the names of all the children and their birthdates, I believe. My Grandmother Mary Alvia was a big woman, also. She had 14 children and all of them have died now except one son and one daughter. They both live in Pensacola, FL, but have lived in both Clay Co. and in Talladega. I still have a first cousin who lives in Bemiston, near Talladega--I just now tried to look up her last name because is wouldn't come to me. I can't believe I don't even have it in my family treemaker. I guess I thought I would always remember it. My mother always kept in touch with her; I guess I thought Mother would always be around to talk to, also. Surely I have her name written on a picture somewhere. Anyway, she has lived there most of her life. So has her daughter and family. I never met Kiffen Browning, but I know who you're talking about and how he fits in the family. When you get your homepage back up, let me know. I have one, but have been too lazy to put much on it. Actually, I have so very many family lines going, I wouldn't know where to start!

I'm at gaylier@erec.net . Keep in touch.


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