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Re: Black American Marrow's
Posted by: Joan Addison (ID *****4189) Date: March 08, 2011 at 19:05:15
In Reply to: Re: Black American Marrow's by Joanne Gunther of 225

It is great to have this information regarding the migration of the family to New York. I am sure we will find out what happened with the family and the extension of the family.Also, I do believe that adam was one of melissa Marrow Young's sons . On her death certificate in the 1920's Adam marrow of Tillery is listed as the informant that provided the names of Melissa's parents, Eadie marrow and Banister fields who were my gggrandparents. I am researching regularly now so i will keep you informed with whatever find that is interesting.please let me know what you come up with whether it is old or new it is a important part of the puzzle.


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