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Re: Wheeler, Clay, Amburgey
Posted by: Melba Guard (ID *****0608) Date: May 13, 2009 at 08:46:04
In Reply to: Re: Wheeler, Clay, Amburgey by Joy Meade Wilson of 1706

Dear Joy,
It is so good that you responded. This information is actually for my friend. I am doing her parents ancestry and have done about 1800 pages. Her parents were very good friends of ours. They have both passed away. I have a good deal on the Wheelers. A lot of my information has been from the internet. I have that Stephen and James were members of the Sinclair Bottom Church, James had land on South Fork Holston River and Stephen at New Garden and Hunger's Mother, they operated a ferry on Clinch River at St. Paul, Va. and there is a Wheeler Cemetery in Boody, Va. I have birth, death and marriage dates. That is about it. I don't have much on James's son, Thomas C., or his wife's family, Lavina Clay. Any personal information and pictures are needed. I actually have nothing on Mary Amburgey's ancestry. So whatever you have is appreciated. My email address is Thanks!!!!

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