you posted this on genforum in 2002:
Posted by: Anita Carter Glockner (ID *****7097) Date: May 22, 2002 at 08:42:49
In Reply to: O'Neal Family of Putnam by Kay Gibbs of 496
I have an Edmund O'Neal b. 1765 in Johnston Co. NC; d. 1826 in Georgia. He and Elizabeth Roberts had 11 children. My connection to the O'Neal family is through Edmund's brother Axom O'Neal, b. 1750 > his son, John O'Neal III, b. 1770-1772 > his daughter Rachel O'Neal, b.1814 in GA who married my g-g-grandfather Wesley D. Carter. They lived in Dale and Covington Co. AL, and also Walton Co., FL. She died Feb. 14, 1863 in Covington Co., AL. Please contact me. Am willing to share O'Neal info and put you in contact with other researchers. Also hoping to find leads to the Carter family, who may have lived near or travelled with the O'Neals.
I am a Roberts researcher and have traced Nancy Roberts' brother Willis all the way down. We do not know for sure who Willis, Nancy, William's parents were. Willis and Nancy both lived in Putnam Co., GA in the early 1800s. William's children lived around Fulton, Co., GA. Two of their brothers moved to TN and VA.
As for Nancy Roberts, I only know this:
5. (f) Elizabeth Roberts married Edmund O'Neal in Putnam Co.
daughter Rebecca V. O'Neal m. Judge Osborne Tripp (GA supreme court)
They had two boys and two girls. Annie, the youngest, married Allen G. Simmons, son of Thomas Jefferson Simmons (25 JUN 1837 - 13 SEP 1905) and Pennie Hollis. T. J. Simmons was Chief Justice, Supreme Court 1894-1905; Associate Justice, Supreme Court 1887-1894; State Senator
1866-1876; Judge, Superior Court 1879-1887. T. J. Simmons had three wives: Pennie Hollis (m. 1859-64), Lucille Peck (m. 1967-1882), Mrs. Nannie R. Renfro (m. 1888-) who with three of his children survived him.
Children by Lucille Peck:
Irene L SIMMONS b: 27 Aug 1858 in Georgia
Allen G SIMMONS b: Sep 1860 in Georgia
Children by Nannie R. Renfroe: at least three
Would like to learn more on any of their connections. Thank you,
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