I descend from Robert "Robin" White, who was born about 1755 either in South Carolinaor in England, as the old family stories said. He was in Camden District, later Kershaw Co., SC,after the Revolution, where he married Mary Hux and was on the 1800 Census there.He migrated in 1810 with his family to Buffalo Creek in Wilkinson Co. in southwest Mississippi.Mary Hux White died before 1818, when he remarried the widow Lydia Cassels Bolen.He had 12 children by his first marriage, and we descend from…See More
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"Ours spelled it McNeil, but there is no group spelled that way. Sometimes in Amite Co. MS. records, Daniel McNeil's name was spelled as McNeal. He had come to Mississippi by early 1814, when he married Rebecca Randall. He was supposed to have…"
"It looks like I am the first southern Randall descendant to join this group.
The Randalls came to Amite Co., MS by 1810 from Franklin Co., GA.
Before that they were in Montgomery Co., NC. I am still trying to find out
where they were before that.…"
"I have joined both groups, but I don't know whether there are any differences between the 2 groups. My first cousin has been tested by Family Tree DNA, but there are so few participants in the Snodgrass DNA Project so far that it really…"
"I apologize that I am just now seeing your question over a year later.
I still have no idea where in North Carolina these McNeils were
before going down into Georgia, supposedly before Daniel, Sr.'s birth in 1791.
We don't know where that…"
"I surely do wish I knew where our McNeils were in North Carolina.
Daniel McNeil was born in 1791 in either GA or NC (contradictory statment on 1850 and 1860 Amite Co., MS Censuses!), but we are pretty sure that his parents would have been in NC…"