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Re: Sturdevant Immigrants prior to 1776
Posted by: Sara Sturdivant Stone Date: July 24, 2001 at 12:33:39
In Reply to: Re: Sturdevant Immigrants prior to 1776 by T. O. Sturdivant, III of 561

Hi T.O.III

mkhgenealogy website is great.

It appears we are cousins. My father was
Henry Abner Sturdivant from Taliaferro and
Wilkes Counties - the youngest brother of
your grandfather T. O. Sturdivant, Sr of
Atlanta.
I remember Uncle Olin and Aunt Eva and
Louise and T.O.Jr - your family, I assume.
When your grandfather was Chief of Police
of Atlanta, my father Henry was Chief of
Police of Washington, Ga. He was killed in
the line of duty in the mid 1930's.

E-mail me sometime and tell me about your
mother Georgia and other family members.
stonefiber@aol.com.


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