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Re: Mathis, Mathews, Murdock, Brown, Manning, Ricks, Braswell

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  • Denice Wilson
    ... Murdock, ... Ga ... in ... shown in ... and ... Benjamin ... 1855) ... be ... checked ... Hi me again, I found a couple of sites that may be helpful.
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 23, 2008
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      --- In genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com, "ednaraye"
      <ednaraye@...> wrote:
      >
      > I have a few brick walls here.
      > (1)Sarah Ann Mathews, daughter of William Mathews and Nancy
      Murdock,
      > born 1854 and died 1930's, both in Chattooga County, Georgia, had 4
      > children- Marion Mathis, Ross Mathis, Hess Mathis, and Mary Mathis.
      > Family lore says husband was one of the Cherokee who hid out in the
      Ga
      > mountains instead of going on the Trail of Tears. I don't know his
      > name and can find no documentation of his existence.
      > (2)Arthur Brown, born in Virginia, unknown date, married Fannie
      > Manning, daughter of Wallace Manning and Emma Price of Ga, in 1912
      in
      > Alabama, had 2 children-Robert and Lettie. In 1920, Fannie is
      shown in
      > Alabama census married to John Hill and they have Robert and Letty
      and
      > several Hill children.
      > (3)Penelopy Braswell, born 1764, probably in NC, married to
      Benjamin
      > Manning(1764-1835), died Ga 1855, mother of Alexander Manning(1785-
      1855)
      > husband to Sarah Ricks.
      > If anyone has information or ideas on any of these people, I would
      be
      > grateful to hear from you. I have ancestry.com and have also
      checked
      > the LDS site. Thank you.
      >
      Hi me again,
      I found a couple of sites that may be helpful.
      www.brasswellfamily.org
      www.braswell-genealogy.com
      www.nonawilliams.com/names/Braswell/default.htm
      Hope you find something,
      Denice
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