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Re: Midway Congregational Church
Posted by: Christine M. Burton Date: December 30, 2000 at 07:06:34
In Reply to: Re: Midway Congregational Church by William Hilliard Foster, III of 410

There are no Colemans in the index so Midway in Liberty County is probably not the one you are looking for.

If truth be known, there is likely to be a Midway Church in most counties of the state. Another rather famous Midway church can be found in Walton County, GA. I mention it because some people with the same names as some of my Liberty County relatives are buried there and it has caused some of my living relatives to confuse them with our line.

Coleman is the name of a couple of my best friends from my youth so, when I see it, it registers. I've seen it frequently but it appears to be more associated with the piedmont areas of the state rather than to the low country. I don't recall any specific instances but will keep an eye peeled and if I see any, I'll contact you.

Good luck in your search and thanks for writing.


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