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Re: John and Amanda Humphries of Campbell and Douglas Counties Ga.
Posted by: Charlene Herreid (ID *****2744) Date: November 20, 2010 at 07:15:47
In Reply to: Re: John and Amanda Humphries of Campbell and Douglas Counties Ga. by Rhonda Rampy of 375


I thought I would mention one more thing. I knew I had heard of Sallie "Evaline" before and now I remember where. I had a conversation with a lady who posted to the Joiner genforum who was descended from her. The lady had that Sarah Evaline's father was a John Albert Humphries. There is still nobody by that name known on my line (and I can't think of a single time when the name Albert appears in my Humphries family tree), but maybe that is a small clue that will help you.

Did you know that Celia A. E. Joiner was married before she married my great-great grandfather? I believe her first husband was W.W. Strickland. They had one son who died young. I don't know that they had any more children, but the son would belong on your Joiner family tree. The first husband and the little boy are buried in the Cobb Co. cemetery, I believe. She was the first postmistress (rather than postmaster) of Austell, Ga.

So I guess that is two things, but I thought you might like to know them.

I guess this message will now show up before my earlier message, but I wanted to make sure you noticed it.


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