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Re: Peacocks So. GA and Florida mid to late 1800s
Posted by: Robert Chancey Date: October 25, 2001 at 10:44:48
In Reply to: Re: Peacocks So. GA and Florida mid to late 1800s by Judy Garner of 96

Glad to help Judy.

No, I sure do not have the date of death for Andrew. I have rechecked the SSI data base, and do not find anyone that comes close to being him under any spelling, e.g., Andrew, Marian...ect, so He either did not draw SS or fell thru the cracks. I think some of those So. Fl. Chanceys did quite well financially, and may never have drawn SS. Good to get that Tiney C straightened out as well, I also looked for birth/death SS for him as well, and found a Christophe Chancey, b. Feb 1893 was as close as I came to him...I suspect the middle C stood for Christopher.

I have setup my plot at Sardis Cemetery at Charlton County Georgia next to my Dad, and the rest of the Charlton County Ga. Chancey clan. I put my complete genealogy record on the front/back head stone and ledger on mine...somebody, some day might want to know who in the dickens was that?...well, all they will have to do is read!! <grin>

Take care, and yes...we should keep in touch,


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