Thank you for your response. My Mary Alice (Graham) Brodie went by "Allie". I have not researched the Brodie family as of yet. I'm sure that once I do, I'll find the connection. I've been stocking up on any information I can on the Sullivan County during the 1700 and 1800s. It seems my Grahams (Grayhams) were in the area for a long time. Surely something will show up unless they were totally recluse. From what I can tell, they owned a lot of land in the Gill township.
Well, I just noticed that I spelt the McClellan name wrong in the previous post. Mine is spelt the same as yours. To be in that area and with that odd of a common name, there has to be a connection somewhere.
I am working on the Graham line now and just resently think I may have found a connection to put me back to 1782. I'm trying to confirm that one before I move on. Your Nelson Jolly and Mary Graham are a bit early for me now. I'm assuming they were also in the Sullivan County area. If my Grahams are still there, in the mid 1700s, I bet there's a connection there somehow also.
Thanks for the info!
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