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Re: Ellen Nail b: Abt 1862, AR, Daughter of Charles Nail b: Abt 1828, TN
Posted by: Jimmie Lee ROBINS (ID *****4796) Date: January 08, 2007 at 16:28:58
In Reply to: Ellen Nail b: Abt 1862, AR, Daughter of Charles Nail b: Abt 1828, TN by Connie Jensen of 1450

*Aquilla NAIL b: 1762 in Amherst Co, VA d: 1796 in Wilkes County Ga likely
+*Priscilla Gilmore b: 1760 in Lincoln Co., GA d: 1803 in Lincoln Co. GA formed from Wilkes.

Son of Aquilla NAIL and Priscilla GILMORE:

*William Nail b: 1786 in Lincoln Co. GA d: 1879 in Cumberland Co., TN

+*Deliah Hamilton b: 1794 in Maryville, TN Blount Co. d: 1862 in Bledsoe Co Father: *Abraham Hamilton Mother: *Deliah "Dely" Nail.

Son of William NAIL and Deliah HAMILTON:

James Benton NAIL

Son of James Benton NAIL:

Benjamin NAIL

Son of Benjamin NAIL:

James A. NAIL

Daughters of James A. NAIL:

Mary Frances [NAIL] Caudill
Anna Lou [NAIL] Tollett

The NAIL's spread from GA, TN to AR and OK.

NOTE: I have joined the WhiteRiverBand Group. I have not recieved a tribal enrollment packet as of this date. I am retired and a widower, my wifes death drained almost all of my resoureces. When I recove financially, I will be glad to help the group and yes I am skilled in many American Indian crafts, I have own a number of Indian Trading Posts over the years.

Please note I sent this message to my cousin Mary Frances.
Lets talk some to get this line going.

Rev. Jimmie Lee Robins

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