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Re: Bloomfield High School
Posted by: SandraShelly (ID *****3960) Date: April 02, 2003 at 04:31:42
In Reply to: Re: Bloomfield High School by bob moore of 993

While checking Nelson Co. for Neals I found
your post and noticed mention of a Charles
Neal. Though I am not a Neal descendent, I
am a Brown family descendent, Browns + Neals
from my family Married in Md. John Barton and Ignatius probable brothers of my Sarah Brown,
Married Neal sisters, they may have a Father
and Brother named Nicholas Brown. John and Ignatius moved to Shelby and Bullitt Cos. in Ky.
I have been searching for Nicholas Brown in Nelson/Bullitt Cos. & found a couple.
Found a Rev. War Pension request for
William Cardwell in Bullitt. There were
several hearings, one in 1819 (Bullitt Co.)
was attended by a Charles Neal who testified
he had been in Rev. War service with William
Cardwell in Va., joining & leaving the war
effort at the same time as him. Do you know
if your family descends from this Charles?
William Cardwells daughter Married Nicholas
Brown poss. around 1800.
I feel there might be a close
family relationship with this Charles Neal.
Sarah Brown B about 1777, Md., Married
George Wilmouth. They lived in Nelson Co.
and were part of the Catholic movement.
My Surnames from the Nelson Co.area and from MD
are Brown, Bodine, Wilmouth, Yates, Ritemeyer,
French and so many more who are related by
Marriage. I did find a Charles Neal Married a
Rebecca Brown in Jessamine Co., Ky.1823, but I
don't know if he is the Charles connected to the Cardwell family.

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