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Marshall Beasley son of Willima Emmit
Posted by: Carol Rooks Johnson Date: January 30, 2000 at 14:20:03
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Please, need help. Trying to locate relatives of William Emmit, Marshall or Lowell Beasley These names are the only connection I have to my Beasley family roots. I found a letter from my grandaddys brother written in 1966. My grandaddys line has died out since none of his sons had children. (My mother was only child to marry and have children). Grandaddys brother was William Emmit and living in Enigma, GA at the time he wrote the letter to my grandaddy (Luther Elmon Beasley) in 1966. I beleive William Emmit died in 1977. The letter mentions sons Marshall and Lowell and also a Carman married to a Helen (they have 3 daughters). It also says that Marshall moved to Americus, GA in late 1965 or early 1966. The SS death index gives a William Beasley born in 1898 and died in 1977 (which fits the only dates I have for him). It also gives a Marshall Beasley b 1928 and died in 1994 in Albany,(Dougherty Co.) GA. A Lowell Beasley shows up in index as well, having been born in 1931 and dieing in 1978 in Americus, GA. Perhaps if someone researching their families in this area could check obits for these relatives and e-mail me with the names of survivirs I could begin to make some headway on this family. Thanks to anyone who can help.

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