"You have got to be kin to me!"
I would think there could be no doubt about it.........
but, I haven't a clue yet (perhaps you already have found same,
Family Finder results show me related to Copeland, I have Griffin, and basically all my early 1800s kinfolks were in and through Giles Co TN.
On my daily search of yesterday's messages on GenForum your message is a hit for my search word: Anson
I would hazard a guess that if the kinship is not close for us, there is still some kinship there and may give you some clues in your search.
For me, I am still "sorting" through my 23andme and Family Finder matches and attemptimg to establish some sort of order and method of "keeping up" with my contacts for both myself on my Graham-Reaves/Reeves-Grimes-Dickey-Arnett-Blackshear-Newborn/Mewborn-Hillhouse-Johnson-O'Steen-McGirk-Schackelford/Shackelford-Scypert/Cypert-Griffin-Woodward-Redfern-Stanfill-Kelly-Singleton-Mullis-Bell-Duck-Rose- etc on my lineage; but, also, my husband's McKee and Herriman-Ervin/Irwin lineage out of Mecklenburg Co NC>Rutherford Co TN>Franklin Co AL>Hardeman Co TN.
Some of the matches I am not certain if the kinship is maternal or paternal yet and not all are listed. I am at lindaspc4mc at hughes.net (with no blank spaces) or a message back here would work very well for me if you wish to look for where our folks' covered wagons have traveled the same trails.
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