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Re: CHUMLEY-DEKALB CO.ALABAMA 1800-1900
Posted by: Ann Sutton Pellicone Date: May 16, 2000 at 04:59:04
In Reply to: Re: CHUMLEY-DEKALB CO.ALABAMA 1800-1900 by K. Nicholson/Alverson of 451

They were Scots! It was Buchanan Baxter Chumley! Kathryn, that was the the tie, the Youngs married Scots also, since Nancy of the ten names had Mc Donald on her list and cousins seemed to travel together, there is a good chance we've found away to track them back to Robert of VA, who was probably Robert of the mystery grave. If there is anything, I've found out about these people, it is they traveled with cousins and they always went where there were relatives. They did not stay put and went back and forth from new country to old and back, after the various rebellions.


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