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Re: HOMER ANDREW & ANDREW HOMER
Posted by: Martha carol taulbee wells Date: July 30, 2001 at 07:49:19
In Reply to: Re: HOMER ANDREW & ANDREW HOMER by Harold taulbee of 376


Hi Harold:
I have just talked to my sister in Isreal. Maybe you heard of her, her name Justine Polk. What a wealth of information and family history.
Grandpa Greenville lived with family for about years and poured family history into Justines head, witch she never forgot.
Now in regards to Greenville and Granville they also had a brother Berry. They were sons of a second marriage to James Taulbee, born 1795 Who was also a twin and Elizabeth Smith Mayhab. They came from North Caroline.

James Mother and Father were William Hitchcock TOLBY and Margaret Kenndy.

Greenville and Sarah Gillisipi were married in Breathitt county on Aug. 21,1883 and gave birth to eveven children.
William Taylor (Paddlefoot)
Edward
Jack
Robert
Greenville & Granville
Betty
Detty
Madilan
Mark
Isaac

As for Sarah Gillisipi not alot of information except for her Fathr witch was James Jackson Gillisipi.

If you would like to pick Justines head some
She can be reached a jutpolk@netvision.net.il
By the way she asked about Aunt Jean.

Marti


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