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Re: Edward Brumbelow's children....
Posted by: Paul Hennigan (ID *****4238) Date: December 23, 2003 at 20:58:48
In Reply to: Re: Edward Brumbelow's children.... by Jerry Brumbelow of 503

Jerry fyi in case you don't have. In 1850 Alabama, Cherokee County, District 27 i find as family line 120 Joel Brumbalow 29 male white, day laborer, born Ga., Nancy 30 female white, born NC, Nancy 3 female white, born Ala., and i assume a sister to Joel being next in enumeration an Adaline Brumbalow 17 female white, born Ga. This would make the math work meaning this family was in Ga. from at least 1820 to 1833. Then on line 124 we find Isaac Brumbalow 27 male white, ditchin as his occupation, born Ga., Lydia 22 female white, born NC. William 17 male white(brother?), day laborer, born Ga. Julia 7 female white, born Ga. Danul(way spelled by census taker)4 male white, born Ms., Angelin 3 female white, born Ala. Now if Adaline a sister and William a brother, does this make them twins if this supposition correct? Also the time line of where they were now has increased to 1820 to 1843 in Ga, due to the age of Julia and where she was born. With Daniel being born in Ms. in 1845/46 could probaly mean both families in Ms. for short time.


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