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Re: The Sumners
Posted by: Judith Tweedy (ID *****8414) Date: August 21, 2009 at 06:21:52
In Reply to: Re: The Sumners by Pat Ralston of 2170

Pat please drop me a message on my email addy. Will see what I can find on your Lacy. My husband's family has the Lacy Line,from Cumberland Co.,Ky. Have some VERY old tombstone pics,back in the late 1700's and early 1800's. Also have lots of books that I can look them up in. If all else fails,I will write my friend Joyce Stover who is the genealogist/author down there. I have looked in my treemaker,did not find her,but will look though my books. Might take me a while as I work 12 hour nights but will get it done. Do so hope that we can connect with the Sumner family,I feel sure that we do. Just finding the connection. Think that we should start with some of our family names. Mine are
MALOTTE / VARIOUS SPELLINGS BABCOCK/BADCOCK HARGRAVE/various spellings There are many others but these are the main ones who were in southern Indiana or close to the time that they went there. Also TONS of names that are co names.
Husbands lines
TWEEDY BALLARD NORRIS ANDERSON PENNINGTON TAYLOR SHAW and a whole lot more,from Ky.,Tenn.,N.c.and Va. Plus co names.
We can get into that later,we will try to work on Sumner and Lacy right now,I would suggest,unless it connects in some other way to them. Thanks so much for your fast answer.

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