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  • Donna Hewett
    Correct, I rechecked that. It seems Ammill is gone before 1860. Donna bekaycee
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    Correct, I rechecked that. It seems Ammill is gone before 1860.

    Donna




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    It was the 1850 not the 1860 census.

    1850-78=1772
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    Sorry, I just went back to my information and was reminded that Ammill is
    also in the 1860 census still living with the Tade's, and he is 78 years
    old.

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    Yes, I can explain all that. Joseph Tade and John Tickle are both from
    The Frieden's Lutheran Church in Gibsonville, N.C. Friedens has an
    extensive web site where you can see the lists of communicates. Evidently,
    as you saw in the 1850 census, several members of that community moved
    back
    north to Giles county.

    John Tickle and Jane Willis are my line. They are parents of Ammill
    Willis Tickle who married Elizabeth Sifford, my greatgrandparents. These
    great grandparents could speak German, and my grandfather remembers going
    back to Giles County to visit where all his cousins spoke German He
    couldn't understand them.

    This why I have sometimes wonder if Ammill Willis was " Emiel Wilitz"?????
    (Emiel is pronounced A-mi-al in German). Going by the names of spouses,
    it looks as though Jane and Margaret are the only children who married
    into
    German families. I could never find any indication that Ammill had been
    at Friedens in earlier years.

    Anyway, it looks as though the 1854 tax record is Ammill's latest
    appearance.

    Donna

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    I went to ancesty and copied the last census we know he was in 1850 Giles,
    interesting he is said to be from NC on this one and there are at least 5
    other people on the same page that are also.
    Hmmmmm

    I plan to put the page into our files. I feel like I discovered
    something,...not sure what.
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    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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