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Re: Gilley Willcox m. Joseph Burch GA
Posted by: Dorothy Wright Date: July 30, 2001 at 23:23:57
In Reply to: Gilley Willcox m. Joseph Burch GA by Wayne Augustus Harrell of 164

Wayne, thanks a lot for the info. Gilley Willcox was a second wife for Joseph Burch. Their daughter Gilley Burch was supposed to have been born in Richmond Co. abt 1805. Joseph's first wife was Edith Hargrove. Joseph and Gilley Willcox were supposed to have been married in Laurens Co. GA.in 1804. I'm not sure I accept Gilley the daughter being born in Richmond County, but that's the rumor. Maybe they were visiting family. Most of the information I have on Gilley Burch came from Ms Smallwood's books; the hard part is that no one really knows much about her other than she married James Sam Wright in Laurens Co. in 1826, and they disappeared off the face of the earth about 1848, leaving their orphaned children scattered over three counties. But thanks for your attention... and your help. I will attempt to find the Smallwood book with Willcox information in it, but the Burch section was not a goldmine of information concerning Gilley Burch. I am adapting to the "Dropped onto the planet by aliens" theory mindset very rapidly.
D.


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