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Re: Tuscaloosa Co., AL 1884 Edgeworth-Lindsey connection
Posted by: Mariann (ID *****7799) Date: October 14, 2002 at 20:40:17
In Reply to: Re: Tuscaloosa Co., AL 1884 Edgeworth-Lindsey connection by Annette Edgeworth-Smith of 266

Theory #1:
I'm thinking that a female Lindsey married a male Edgeworth pre-1830. My ancestor, James Lindsey was born 1795 in GA. I'm wondering if James' sister married a male Edgeworth? (in GA or AL)

Theory #2:
James' wife's name is Sebro or Sebrew...last name unknown. She was born in S.C. abt. 1795. Has anyone heard of this name in the Edgeworth family? Perhaps this unknown heir is related to his wife. I bring this up because I note Edgeworths in Tuscaloosa Co., AL in 1860 census from SC, including 71 year old Benjamin Edgeworth.

Thanks!


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