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Re: Tazewell Co. VA Peery help
Posted by: Gale Hendricks Wallen (ID *****2500) Date: December 13, 2007 at 07:05:30
In Reply to: Re: Tazewell Co. VA Peery help by Erin Oweb of 633

Hi,

It looks as if you're missing a generation between William (md. Miller 9/9/1823) and James Peery and Katherine
Jamison who were both born ca 1720/21. James and Katherine's children were born in the mid 1700's. Unless your William was 70 something in 1823 when he married Miller, you need another Peery in there.

I'll go through my Peery paper file and see what I can find.

I see you have two Williams in a row. Maybe there were three, and James and Katherine Jamison's son, William b. ca. 1753, was yours????? If not, I'd assume your William m. Miller belonged to one of their other sons.

My line is John the Blacksmith (who was most likely a son of James and Katherine Jamison) > James m. Phebe Pickens in 1802.

Gale


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