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Re: north carolina chadwells 1700-1800s
Posted by: Thelma Chadwell (ID *****7562) Date: June 08, 2003 at 19:40:06
In Reply to: Re: north carolina chadwells 1700-1800s by Danny Beason of 673

Danny Beason
Please forgive me but have been away from the computer for awhile and on top of that the computer has been acting up. My husband's family were from Virginia but they did not migrate to North Carolina as some Chadwells have. My husand's family moved to New York but some of the original family did move to North Carolina and Tennessee as far as is determined by research. The immediate family that did not move to New York continued to live in Fauquier County, Virginia. I can only go back as far as John and Nancy Chadwell. John was born l800-l805 and Nancy, his spouse was a Keith. They were both born in Fauquier County, Virginia. I have most of the family from John and Nancy forward but the question is who was John's father and mother. There is lots of speculation that his father was a Bryan (Bryant) or a John.

The book you have referred to was published in l990 by Sharon Chadwell-Phillips and the address in the book is 12720 W. 76th Terrace in Shawnee Mission, KS 66216 I do not know if the book is still being published and I do not have her e-mail address. The bulk of the book covers the family of David Chadwell who was born in l733 and died in l833 but there is also information on all of the Chadwells that were discovered in her research. David and family lived in Lee County, Virginia.

Sorry I can't be of more help but if you access you will find some information under Joe Payne's Genealogy Page which contains some information on the Chadwells that migrated to North Carolina as well as the information in the book "Chadwell Pioneers and Patriots by Sharon. If you come across any information I might be able to use I would appreciate it if you would let me know.
Thelma Chadwell.

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