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Re: Cassindy "Cassie" Marcy, NC, MS, b:1823
Posted by: Norma Smith Date: October 02, 2000 at 19:19:21
In Reply to: Re: Cassindy "Cassie" Marcy, NC, MS, b:1823 by Pauline Mitchell Pierce of 337

I too am decended from the North Carolina Marcys.

From Dr. Edward Marcy, I am decended from his son Edward Marcy Jr. (must have been a brother of Cassies?) born
between 1764-1770 in White Oak, NC. He is in the 1790, 1800 and 1810 Onslow Ct. Census.

Then his son Zadack, born 1815 White Oak, NC (1850 Census of Onslow Ct.)(Moved to Meridan MS before the Civil

Then his son Zadock who was my great-Grandpa who served in the Civil War, was wounded, moved to Falls Ct. Texas
died and was buried in Lubbock Cemetery, Lubbock, Ct. Tx.

Then his son John Michael, my grandfather who lived and farmed and is buried in Lubbock Ct., Tx

Then my mother Margaret Estelle Marcy Richardson, who is still living in Lubbock Ct.

My records show that the father of Dr. Edward Marcy was a man by the name of Edward Moseley who was quite famous
and surveyed the line between North Carolina and Virginia. However, I have no documentation that this is correct. Do
either of you have any information about the ancestors of Dr. Edward Marcy?? The names of Cassie (I had a great aunt
named that also) and Zadok appear in almost every generation and they seem to be Conn. names also.

Thank you,
Norma Richardson Smith
Fort Worth, Texas


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