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Re: Talbot County Cemetery Record Book
Posted by: Becky Bradley (ID *****0102) Date: August 23, 2010 at 16:11:15
In Reply to: Re: Talbot County Cemetery Record Book by Clyde Hay of 370

Hi Clyde. Its not George but John G. who's son is Samuel Henry Smith, buried at Coopers near Clanton. I'm pretty much related to ALL of the Chilton Co Smiths and do have that info but I appreciate your help with that. I live in South Montgomery county of Grady and did much research on the Smiths. So you would be related to Johns wife who was a Hay. Have you heard anything about her being Indian? Seems like I have but I forget.
I think Henry Hay's father is William but no definite proof. I just started back looking Sat for this line. They didn't have computers when I first worked on it. Last night I looked up the HAY fAMILY GENFORUM and found a Monica Randall in ARK who has done work on these lines. Especially the Manes line. MANES FAMILY GENFORUM She doesn't list Mary as a child of Benjamin because his will did not show her. (he went to Pope Arkansas She would have already been dead so she may not know about her. I sent her a message last night asking about it but she hasn't answered yet. I know we are related tho so its good to find someone else working on the lines. I would certainly be willing to share whatever I find with you. You can email me at Your cuz, Becky

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