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Re: Stumped 1820 SC on David or Jesse GEORGE
Posted by: Tom George Date: October 02, 1999 at 08:02:49
In Reply to: Re: Stumped 1820 SC on David or Jesse GEORGE by greg george of 6517

I have a lot of info, but have yet been able to put it all together. I have a suspicion that Solomon and Samuel fit, but I truly am stumped at this point. I have been working on a theory that the family had some travels in and around the old TRYON county in NC. Part of this county use to be what today is SC, specifically, Georgetown, Orangeburg, 96th precinct areas. I will keep digging and let you know. If you have any thoughts on this theory I would certainly be open to them. I have found an Isaac, David and William in this area around 1790.
tom.george@ilg.com

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