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    1  Re: GIST Settlement Ohio - tea brick
    Interesting History & information on the Virginia/Ohio, Gist(s) surname & settlements. I will have to further research the names. I don't know if they were ever connected (other than sharing the same ..

    2  Residents, students learn about Lancaster County - tea brick
    Darlene Colon says it is one of the most unknown and under appreciated aspects of Lancaster County history. “The significant role the county played in the Underground Railroad has been widely overlo..

    3  Re: eastern cherokee slaves & offspring - tea brick
    imho - it's still recent but in my family tree's situation the DNA testing has helped quite a bit! Some people have reached out to me to share their own information because they know that I'm a geneti..

    4  Wagon Train Research to California 1850-1860  - Art Thomas
    Looking for help in documenting the trek of my great-great grandfather, William Adams, from Ohio to California via wagon train in the late 1850's, early 1860's. We find him in the 1850 census living i..

    5  Re: Wilton Williams, Chickasaw Freedmen - Norma
    Sallie was not found on the final roll considered for citizenship in the Chickasaw nation as a by blood with Maulsey (her mother) and sister Angeline. Sallie's mother was not yet dead, so I am thinkin..

    6  Re: Abraham Thornton b.circa 1811 - Robert Goins
    Partial success! I should have looked under Thornton instead Thorton. With the generous kindness of a few Virginia researchers, I was able to pull together a few more tidbits about the family. They we..

    7  Re: Wilton Williams, Chickasaw Freedmen - M A Williams
    Hello Norma, after reading your last posting dated 23 April 2015....I am still somewhat confused as to why you would say that Sallie's mother (Mausley Mahardy) would be to blame for them not being lis..

    8  Abraham Thorton b.circa 1811 - Robert Goins
    Greetings! I am trying to follow up on a lead of Abraham Thornton enumerated in the 1850 Ohio Census in Flushing Township, Belmont County. The has him as being b.circa 1811 in Virginia and he was appa..

    9  Re: Wilton Williams, Chickasaw Freedmen - Norma
    This might help. Please review the post you are replying from, dated 1/4/14 at 4:55 p.m. to Julia Powers, and if this does not satisfy you, I will do more research...

    10  Re: Lewis Adams Freedom Paper (1813)  - Art Thomas
    Art, So very touching. That deed undoubtedly brought him joy, but I cannot imagine the angst he experienced until all of his children were freed. Hollis, Thank You!! The oral family history of Lewis A..

    11  Re: Wilton Williams, Chickasaw Freedmen - M Antonio Williams
    It would not be Mausley's fault at all. It is the members of the Dawes Commission themselves. Sallie Kimble, should have by all accounts be listed on the Dawes Roll by blood as a Chickasaw. Her mother..

    12  Re: Reunion Tomorrow At Last - Forum
    Good question Regina!..

    13  Re: Lewis Adams Freedom Paper (1813) - Hollis Gentry
    Art, So very touching. That deed undoubtedly brought him joy, but I cannot imagine the angst he experienced until all of his children were freed. I have tried to imagine that process and find it so di..

    14  Re: APPRECIATION - Juanita Wheeler
    yes, can't live without them Texans!..

    15  Re: APPRECIATION - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    Yes indeedy Juanita, and thanks for coming here for all these years. Gotta love them Texans..



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