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Re: Liberty 1840 census - James C Minor and Moore, White, Cooley, Willis....
Posted by: Michael Cooley (ID *****9395) Date: July 05, 2010 at 21:01:00
In Reply to: Re: Liberty 1840 census - James C Minor and Moore, White, Cooley, Willis.... by Cynthia Nottingham of 560

Longevity, of course, doesn't pass down through the Y chromosome. My own is line is a mix:

John Cooley (bef 1740-1811)
Edward Cooley (1763-1822) m Martha Raper
John Cooley (1789-1866) m Selah Wright
David Cooley (1815-1865) m Laurinda Aiken
Greenbury Cooley (1844-1899) m Amelia Mohler Pettit
Joseph William Cooley (1867-1947) m Araminta D Johnson
McCabe Cooley (1899-1958) m Marie Henrietta Hennequin
Allison Claude Cooley (1925-) m Billie Dell Hogue
Michael Hugh Cooley (1950-)

-Michael


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