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Re: African American Stanley's, Wilson's, Booth's, Bratcher's and Cox's
Posted by: carol warren (ID *****7634) Date: December 12, 2011 at 10:57:45
In Reply to: Re: African American Stanley's, Wilson's, Booth's, Bratcher's and Cox's by Brenda Jones of 351

Hi Brenda,
Just rec'd an email from SHARON McGHEE who was unable to give me info of the above surnames which somehow connect to
my tri-racial line of WEEDEN,WHILDEN,WEELDON/BROWN for which I can make NO connections.
I have NO specific info but find that the BRATCHER and COX
surnames come up as I research, so am interested.
Know that there is Native ancestry in my line, and believe
that the lack of the same is what keeps me from progress.
Wonder if you have ANY slave info that might be of help?
Sincerely,c
carol wheeldin warren.


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