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Posted by: James F. Seagraves (ID *****3334) Date: January 29, 2003 at 14:44:33
In Reply to: Re: Segroves/SEGRAVES/SEAGRAVES by Connie Presler of 1372

I must admit that I am not optimistic about discovering Charles Seagraves' parents. He was born about the same time and place as my Gilbert Seagraves (4Xgreat grandfather) and I have never found any good documentation on the family for that period in North Carolina.
I am afraid that someone will have to discover the 'long-lost Seagraves Bible' in a dusty attic in Ashville, NC before we have any hope of sorting out these people. At least I can dream about these things.
Otherwise, we may never know the true family relationships in the 1700s in NC.
Jim Seagraves

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