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Re: William Garner
Posted by: Joann Warmack (ID *****6427) Date: August 14, 2006 at 18:04:30
In Reply to: William Garner by Verlee Ward of 1168

I am not a Garner descendant.

You might look at Pendleton Dist SC Deed Abstracts Books IJ, K, L (1807-1812), Dr. A. B. Pruitt (2006) privately printed by Pruitt. There are certainly Garners in the county -- one I recall was named Sterdy Garner -- unusual given name unless one knows Sturdy/Sterdy family was in Wilkes Co NC around 1790 and perhaps later.

Dolly Sterdy/Sturdy was a daughter of Richard Woolbanks/Wilbanks, whose will was proven 1790 Wilkes Co NC. The Wilbanks and Garners were found in close proximity (no relationship known) later in South Carolina.
Dolly's husband in Wilkes Co may have been a Wm. Sturdy (census). Have no knowledge of Garners in NC -- a suggestion only, if you are continuing to look.






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