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4390Re: [jacksongenealogy] Surnames I'm researching in Jackson County, AL.

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  • dougonie
    Sep 6 8:12 PM
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      do you know john isbell family? I think my grandma has a brother named john.
      my grandma's name was onie isbell. if that rings a bell I sure love to hear
      from you.
      e-mail address is
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      From: "Karen Groce" <wgroce@...>
      To: <jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, September 06, 2004 6:36 PM
      Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Surnames I'm researching in Jackson County, AL.

      > Surnames I'm researching in Jackson County (and also Marshall County):
      > Berry - family of William Berry, b. 1795 in SC, whose wife was Nancy
      > Birdwell - family of Abraham Birdwell
      > Bullock - family of John Laddie Bullock of Robeson Co. NC
      > Fletcher - family of Wm.>James>James Benjamin Fletcher, who md. Elizabeth
      > Hall - family of Hosea Farmer Hall, s/o Thomas and Nancy (Wood) Hall
      > Isbell - family of John W. Isbell who md. Sarah Roden
      > Kennamer - family of David Kennamer, who md. Amy Killingsworth
      > Mansfield - family of Elizabeth Mansfield who md. Samuel McGehee
      > Maxwell - family of David, whose daughter Sarah E. md. Azariah McGehee
      > McGehee - family of William McGehee who md. Direna Shelton
      > Pace - family of William Pace who md. Elizabeth Wininger
      > Roden - family of Levi Roden
      > Selvage - family of William Selvage who md. Sarah Jane Birdwell
      > Shelton - family of Direna (descendant of Ralph Shelton of Pittsylvania
      Co. VA)
      > Wininger - family of David Wininger
      > Wright - family of James Bradford Wright
      > I'd love to discuss any of these families with anyone who has an interest
      in them.
      > Karen Groce
      > wgroce@...
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