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482Re: [GreenbrierHixkids]Ammill Willis -82 in 1854

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  • bekaycee
    Aug 10, 2009
      Interesting I did not know that there was any record after the 1850 Census. I have been looking at a number of records for Amils and Emels Willis on Ancestry, reading the results of my search that I ususally wouldn't go to, they seem so out of the correct area or time.
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      The entry was in a list of 1854 tithables they had in the library
      genealogy section and listed Ambl. Willis with one tithe. He would have
      been 82 years old.


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      Re: [GreenbrierHixKids] ammill
      08/10/2009 11:18

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      I am not sure I have seen this 1854 on this person.

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      From: Donna Hewett
      Sent: Aug 8, 2009 12:57 PM
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      Subject: Re: [GreenbrierHixKids] ammill

      I was also in Virginia and West Virginia recently - made great progress on
      my mitrochondrical line over in Roanoke County.

      On my way home, I stopped at the Pearisburg library in Giles County. I
      had not been there since early in my research and thought maybe I had
      overlooked information on Ammill Willis. Unfortunately, the only new find
      was a tax record in 1854 for "Ambl. Willis". Does anyone have anything
      later on him? Do we collectively know his death date?

      Donna Hewett


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