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Jeremiah M Dills in Macon County, NC 2 Replies

Recently I ran across a website while doing a google search and found an interesting blog post regarding Jeremiah M Dills. It is titled State of NC and Payne v. Dills. The website's genealogist has…Continue

Started by Tina Wyatt. Last reply by Tina Wyatt Apr 30, 2010.

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Comment by Tina Wyatt on April 14, 2010 at 7:10pm
Hey Tony, Anything I have on Jeremiah I'll gladly share with you. I can email it to you or you can email ( me anything you can't find and I will see if I have any info on it. Or, maybe if we are both looking for something we should post it here so others can run across it like I did with Dawn's post.

That was a great find that she came across. Thanks to Dawn for sharing the info.
Comment by Tony Dill on February 7, 2010 at 10:38am
Tina, Sorry, instead of making you go to the other site i'll just resend my note below. I'm not sure of how much information you have on the Dills side of your family?


I ran into your conversation with Dawn. Jeremiah was my Great Great Grandfather. I'm related through his son Thomas Satterfield Dills.

If you would like to chat offline let me know? Until two years ago I knew nothing of my grandparents and their family. Long story, my father was raised by his sisters and a lot of family history was lost. When my father joined the Army his birth certificate had to be reproduced from the family bible since the courthouse in either Franklin (or Hayesville) burnt down. His sister Betty dropped the "s" of the Dills name since she thought it sounded more proper. The same way the name was before the family came to NC from England (I believe Devonshire) by way of Sommers Island (now called Bermuda).

I’ve been researching Jeremiah's military service, he was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 114th Infantry Regiment, North Carolina Militia (28th Brigade, Macon County) before the Civil War, then after the War broke out he resigned his commission and joined the newly formed D Co, 62nd North Carolina as part of the Confederacy, along with his brother Bartlett. I haven’t seen any military records on Henry, but I’ll keep my eyes out.

NC Confederate Militia, Officers Roster as contained in the Adjutant General Officers Roster. Page 300 – 301. Stephen E. Bradley.
National Archives Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers who served for North Carolina, Roll 221.

Have a great weekend,
Comment by Tony Dill on February 7, 2010 at 10:24am
I ran into your note to Dawn on her research page.
I added the photo I found on Jeremiah and one of his sons.
Comment by Tina Wyatt on December 30, 2009 at 9:11pm
Welcome Dawn!!!! Sorry, I'm a bit late in the welcome message. I haven't had a lot of spare time for genealogy stuff lately.
Comment by Sarah C Ingram on October 8, 2009 at 10:10pm
Cool, Tina, we shall stay CONNECTED....xxoo's
Comment by Tina Wyatt on October 8, 2009 at 9:19pm
Welcome Sarah! Thank you for joining. I too hope that we can all share info and connect with more people researching the Dills family.
Comment by Sarah C Ingram on October 8, 2009 at 6:19pm
Hello, Tina and all Dills family researchers. Hope to share and enjoy your site along with you guys. Happy Researching!!

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