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Re: SUSANNAH CHILDRESS who married James Bynum on December 25, 1810

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  • quietholler.dana
    Thanks for the reply, Ann. I asked about that John Childress (NC/Illinois) in a different post (I hadn t seen your reply). It appears that he moved around a
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 25 10:12 AM
      Thanks for the reply, Ann. I asked about that John Childress (NC/Illinois) in a different post (I hadn't seen your reply). It appears that he moved around a lot. Dana

      --- In jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com, "Ann B. Chambless" <rabc123@...> wrote:
      >
      > I do not believe the Susannah Childress/Childers who married James Bynum
      > on December 25, 1810, in Warren County, Tennessee, is related to the
      > John and Joel Childress who were enumerated in the 1830 Jackson County,
      > Alabama, census because:
      > 1. Susannah and James Bynum married near McMinnville in Warren County,
      > TN, in 1810. John and Joel Childress who came to Jackson County lived
      > in Knox County, Tennessee, in 1810.
      > 2. According to the 1850 and 1860 census, Susannah Childress Bynum was
      > born in South Carolina.
      > The John Childress who was father of the above cited Joel Childress
      > lived in North Carolina at the time Susannah was born.
      > 3. Several have posted on Ancestry.com that Susannah Childress/Childers
      > Bynum was the daughter of John Childers, born July 11, 1766, in Wake
      > County, NC, and died November 8, 1837, in White County, Illinois.
      > NOTE: I have not researched the parents/lineage of Susannah, but I
      > have been researching the ancestry of the above cited John and Joel
      > Childress for a number of years. I have never found anything to make me
      > think Susannah was connected to John and Joel Childress who moved to
      > Jackson County, Alabama, from Knox County, TN, circa 1820.
      > Ann B. Chambless
      >
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >
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