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Re: Margaret George & John Salyer
Posted by: Kay George Date: October 16, 2001 at 18:49:10
In Reply to: Re: Margaret George & John Salyer by Warren Haley of 6517

Hi Warren, I learn that my Margaret and Joe Saylers had no children to this marriage. They both were in their 50s and second marriage for both.

If you search the census in Magoffin, Floyd, Lawrence, and Johnson Co. Ky, they are loaded with Sayler's. Salyers was a well known name and still is back in KY. I wonder if you Roles is spell also as Rowe they are all in the same area too.

I sure wish I had more information on Lettie George. For now I am doing all my research in KY, it is loaded with all cousins in different directions. It seems like everyone back thier connect 3 or 4 differnt ways into your family.

I would probably say, somehow you Lettie George will connect with all these George's in KY. Since we have an unknown, it has being very hard to connect with the right George Group. Our theory is that we come from James George and Watts group. We believe that unknown move from Va to SC, died abt 1811 and our Alexander George went and got his mother Martha Jane Gordon George and moved her to KY. Here is a list of names and many more, Stephens, Mays, Conley, Bays, Leek/Leaks, Brown is a big one, Robinson/Robertson Music/Musick Rice, Marshall,Grey,Vaughan, Porter, Walker etc.

Wish you luck in your search, if you do find any connections to these names, please let me know.

Kay George


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