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Re: 1880 Census, Hall County GA
Posted by: Terrie Lemons Wyatt Date: June 30, 2000 at 04:40:20
In Reply to: Re: 1880 Census, Hall County GA by Wesley Gann of 78

I found a Benjamin Chumbler in the LDS site with parents Joseph and Mary.I have not yet ever found where exactly this Benjamin was.
I think this has to be our Chumblers. we also found Mason Chumbler in a Cherokee county Ga. land book, around early 1800.In Montgomery county Tn, We found Nancy B.Chumbler (Chumbley) as a orphan of John Chumbley (and spelled Chumbler.) that was around 1818. Wilson was not born until 1827, and was bound to the Humphries sometime before age 10, and by age 20 was a farm hand living with John Wilson.So the question is how did Wilson end up in Montgomery county so young? and is this John (Chumbley, Chumbler) connected???? This is so frustrating, when you can not find any answers. Terrie


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