Hi, again, Bette,
Yes, we communicated years ago; I wondered where you went!
My supplemental applications on George and James are waiting approval in the next few months. For some of the proofs on George I supplied the data from the Albemarle tax assessors office as well as the pictures sent us of his home built about 1748-50. When Gene Twyman and I are through attending this Twyman family reunion at Barren River we are footloose and fancy free. Going to hunt down more information in Scott Co. I want to find out where Ann James is buried, mother of Teresa who married James Twyman.
I also have Wiggintons out there, and others.
Gene is past president of the SAR in Redding. I talked him into bringing his Revolutionary War uniform and his tri-cornered hat, and, when we go out to Oaklawn farm where George Twyman, III is buried, I'm going to take his picture standing in/on the burial place and family home of our fifth great-grandfather!!! Gene is descended from Samuel and I from James. But they are only two of his ten children.
Bette, Gene and I joined the Jamestowne Society using Peter Montague as our qualifying ancestor. As you know, George Twyman, Ist m. Catherine Montague and her father was Peter.
Bette, do you know who the James Twyman was who had the house in Hopkinsville, KY on Twyman and Virginia Streets? There is also a Twyman Square behind the house with many little cottages located there. He has got to be a descendant of one of George III's and Mary Walkers, but I just haven't dug into it yet. Wondered if you knew.
Thanks for all of the work that you have done.
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