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Re: NC Bastardly Bonds-late 1700s
Posted by: L J Tyre (ID *****6174) Date: October 11, 2006 at 17:00:48
In Reply to: Re: NC Bastardly Bonds-late 1700s by judy lewis of 942

Thanks Judy, I appreciate the look up. Although William is a name seen frequently among my Tyre relatives that migrated to SC and then GA after 1790 census, I would doubt that this particular William is mine. If I could trouble you one more time, are there any other Tyres in areas close to Craven (I'm not sure what those areas are)in the late 1700's? My 4th great grandfather Major Tyre m. in 1787 In Craven Co., NC and it's his father that I am trying to locate. There were other Tyres in the area at the time, but have not been able to prove who his father was as yet. Once again, thanks for your help and your prompt reply.
L. J. Tyre

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