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Re: Sir Walter Raliegh and the Railey's
Posted by: bryan frater (ID *****4127) Date: August 27, 2002 at 13:20:58
In Reply to: Re: Sir Walter Raliegh and the Railey's by Caroline Cockrell Wied of 345

Caroline:
Thanks for your message. First I too am decendent from Martin through his son Liliburn Rogers, his son Liliburn Randolph, and his son, my grandfather, Charles Gordon. While I am thinking about it, a member of the Railey family wrote a genealogy book at the begining of the last century dealing mainly with that branch of the family that moved to Kentucky and Missouri. Incidently my cousin lived near Branson in a area called Railey Hollow. The name of the book and the author escapes me at the moment, but I have it somewhere if you need it.
Re: Charlemagne. I am looking at a paper listing about 30 generations linking Mary Isham to Charlemagne And would be happy to mail a copy. I would love a copy of the will. Bryan Frater, 887 Martin Behrman, Metairie, La. 70005
P.S. I have info on Mayo going back six generations to 1579.
Thanks again



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