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new Ashworth website
Posted by: bev jackson Date: May 24, 2000 at 06:28:18
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Hello friends,
I am always and forever having trouble remembering who is related to who in the Ashworth's. Well, I've decided to "grow a tree" to speak. I would appreciate help from any of you. You can email me privately at:

My intentions are to start with James I and Keziah Dial Ashworth of Craven County SC. I'll try to post what information I have about them on one page, including their children. I supposedly come under Moses, their son, so to follow up on Moses, I will scroll across his name and it will bring up a link to another page, the "Moses" page. It will give info about him, who he married, his children, etc. Although I cannot document Andrew Jackson Ashworth is the son of Moses, I will place him on that page until I can prove he is not the son of Moses, if for no other reason, to have a branch for Andrew to come off of.........he can't just grow in mid air...... :) the name Andrew will be linked to an "Andrew" page, and so on and so forth. This website will differ from the Starks website in that it will be on the Ashworth family whereas the Starks website includes anyone from the Starks/Pinehill area.

I will try to include photos, when they are available. If you have any info and would love to see it online in this fashion, please send it to me. I would prefer that the info would be documented, or at least tell me where it originated, otherwise, I'll just state that the info came from "__" and state the sender's name.

I hope this works. I think it will and I think that it will be helpful to those of us that cannot retain names and dates as easily as others.

I need info on any Newton County Ashworths........All help is appreciated!!!


P.S. UPDATE!! The website is now up, but needs lots of info from you kind folks....
check it out at

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