16623Allen & Braxton family in Dickson Co., TN
- Jan 27, 2008Hello friends!
regarding the statement "my Allen and Braxton family merge in
Dickson County Tenn"...
Did you know that Dickson Co., TN has a new heritage book? It is
one of the finest Heritage Books ever. The website is:
--- In email@example.com, Carol Singh
> Dear John,
> You are probably right about your Braxton lineage
> to James Braxton, Jr. Linda Eckerd, who has
> corresponded with you, or Kenny Braxton, who has a
> Braxton website, would be the most likely of our
> family to have early photos. Kenny has photos posted
> on his web. Linda has sent me some of hers. One that
> particularly stands out for me is that of Elias A.
> Braxton, my cousin who wrote from his home in Texas to
> the editor of the Greenville Daily Reflector in 1911
> [Pitt County Family Researchers' Genealogy Quarterly,
> Feb. 1995 I believe is the issue in which that letter
> with his family information in it is contained].
> I was so impressed that I copied that photo and
> showed it to my family. My younger brother could be
> his clone.
> Back to you shortly,
> --- John Meyer <hookipajohn@...> wrote:
> > I am researching so many parts of my family I forget
> > sometimes if I responded to this e-mail.
> > 1. RICHARD R.1 ALLEN was born Abt. 1768 in North
> > Carolina, and died Bef. 25 May 1840 in Madison
> > County,
> > MS. He married (1) MARY BRAXTON Bef. 1786 in Dickson
> > County, TN (Originally Part Of NC). She was
> > born in NC, and died Bef. 1835 in Madison County,
> > MS. He married (2) JANE FOSTER 24 Aug 1835 in
> > Madison County, MS. She was born 1785, and died 11
> > Nov 1865 in Madison County, MS.
> > As you can see my Allen and Braxton family merge in
> > Dickson County Tenn. I am assuming that this must be
> > the daughter of James Braxton Jr. I would love to
> > have a Braxton family group sheet to find my 5th
> > great grandmother and then to see her family.
> > John
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