Dedicated to the honor and memory of the ancestors and descendants of Britton and Sarah Blount of Macon County, Alabama.
Committed to the growth and sharing of our family history.
Britton Blount is the son of William Blunt (c. 1755-1825) and Lucy Marshall Blunt (1758-1849). William Blunt was a Revolutionary War soldier from Johnston Co, NC. He died in Jones Co, GA.
"Gone but not forgotten" - now found!
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Printing and publication by thread with apprropriate editing, to eliminate redundancy, is a long term goal, not yet undertaken.
Volunteers are needed for various tasks, including printing by thread, just mentioned, but most especially in additional research, on-line and on-the-ground; submission of photographic collections; creation and compilation of additional files, .TXT, .DOC, .FTM, etc.; addition of relevant links; and dynamic open-ended posts.
All of these will help whomever eventually publishies this collection to provide far more than ancestral trees and descedancy charts.
Thank you ALL for your continued support in bringing our shared past vitally and virtually alive for ourselves and future generations. Personally, I never expected, "Gone but not forgotten" to take on such a significant meaning. --- RWB 12:13 PM 7/19/2003
(c) 2003 - [BrittonBlount] Group,
Ron. W. Blake, Liberty, TX, USA