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Re: GEORGE FAMILY-indian blood-virgina?
Posted by: Judy Anderson (ID *****0379) Date: September 08, 2009 at 10:11:14
In Reply to: Re: GEORGE FAMILY-indian blood-virgina? by Jean Stringham of 6520

Jean,

I first ran across the names of Briton George and his wife when doing some research in Virginia. I thought there had to be a connection to my ancestor because of the unusual name; a grandfather perhaps. However, I did connect with member of this particular line, and it would appear there was no relationship. My Briton, or Britton George was from North Carolina. His father was Louis George and his mother Sabra Walker. After the death of his mother, Britton's father remarried and the children from the first marriage were bound out. Britton was so ill treated that he ran away, taking his sister, and went to Georgia; I believe because there were relatives there, but I have not been able to find a connection there either. Eventually they moved to Florida. Upon the death of his first wife, Delitha or Telitha Futch, he remarried to Elizabeth Thornton, and my great grandmother, Ardelia Narcissus George, was a daughter from the second marriage.
He left his sister in Georgia after finding her a home soon after arriving there. We don't even know her name, and have been able to find out nothing further about the family.


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