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Abraham, John, Elbert, Edward B. Stafford, 1820-30's
Posted by: Grace W. Stafford Date: May 09, 1998 at 11:46:55
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Seeking ascestors and descendents of Abraham STAFFORD (born about 1775). John STAFFORD (born 1783 , Beaufort District, South Carolina) who married Rhoda (born 1796, Beaufort District, South Carolina) and had children John (1836) and Ned (1810). Elbert (or Albert) STAFFORD (born about 1798 in Georgia, who had children: Jacob "Jack" (about 1833), Henry (about 1834), Annie (about 1837), and Ely (about 1841). Edward Barney STAFFORD (born South Caroilina in 1800) who married Margaret (born in Georgia 1811) and had children: Sarah (1831), Mary 1832), Elias ( 1833), Edward (1834), Joshua J. (1836), and Henrietta "Kizzie" (1840) all born in Georgia. Joshua J. married Nancy GARRAWAY (born 1839). Henrietta "Kizzie" married Daniel Austin ANDERSON (born 1838). Settled in Greene County, Mississippi. Abraham first listed in 1812 Tax Rolls for Greene County. I assume he is the father of Elbert and Edward. John might have been Abraham's brother or cousin. Elbert is listed in Harrison County, Mississippi, in 1850. My family is descended from Elbert Stafford.

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