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Re: Haley Family in Williamson, Rutherford, Bedford Co., Tn. In early 1800s
Posted by: Gerald Fowler (ID *****1073) Date: January 29, 2011 at 14:04:04
In Reply to: Re: Haley Family in Williamson, Rutherford, Bedford Co., Tn. In early 1800s by SandraShelly of 1168

Sandra, you are right on your information. It was many Haley's in Rockdale and Eagleville Area. Edward Haley move in the area first, his wife maiden name was Eagle,and there is where the name Eagleville got it's name...not the old "big tale" I've read for years. Edward's son James Haley b. 1805 Va. married Clarrisa Taylor, and move to Bedford Co., Tn. at Shelbyville, Tn. he moved west, and died in Arkansas in 1870s. I know lots of the Middle Tennessee Haley, Hailey's in Tennessee in early 1800s. I know of the Allens, and jillions of John's, but it narrows when you use, Allen and Jesse together in a family. Only in Tennessee was in four families, and have almost pin-point it, but know actually historical documents to proof it, I figured proof will be if antone can find a old family Bible, or will proof. Thanks for your interest, but remember me in your research. Thanks greatly, Gerald B. Fowler


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