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Tina Keene Peddie
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Anderson, Brimberry, Berry, Brown, Bussey, Cairn, Carpenter, Cherry, Cloud, Collier, Dennis, Echols, Fleming, Franklin, Gibson, Gunn, Harmon, Hill, Hogan, Hooks, Holliman, House, Jackson, Jones, Keene, Kingery, Lemaster, Love, Lynam, Mattox, Moore, McGlohon, McKenzie, Overstreet, Ogletree, Patterson, Peddie, Presson, Presslar/Presley, Price, Stembridge, Tilghman, Tomberlin, Wallace, Watkins, Wynn, Zimmerman (Carpenter)
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
U.S., Ireland, Scotland, Germany, England, Wales, Sweden
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Fairly experienced in Southern Research, and Civil War Research. I've taught a 90 min. class in CW Research & have Handouts for that class - am happy to share those with anyone interested.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Began apprx 33 yrs ago... curiosity, then it grew, and became much more than a mere hobby.

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At 10:40am on November 15, 2018, Tina Keene Peddie said…
Not sure how to communicate here. My email is.
At 10:04am on November 15, 2018, tim spivey said…

Hello -

I'd like to clear up some widespread online confusion about William Spivey 1750-1817, who is buried in Putnam County GA.

He was never William "S" Spivey or William "Simeon" Spivey, neither in his will nor his Rev War pay records.

The confusion stems from the way in which he signed his will. I have examined the original in the Putnam County courthouse, and conferred with the ladies there who are experienced in reading the old handwritings.

William made a mark, not a signature, as illustrated by my little sketch -

The "squiggle" is the mark he made, the rest is in another hand.

This is the common way that a mark was used to sign documents at that time, according to the ladies I talked to.

Also, I have found no period or later records that tie the name "Simeon" to this William.


Tim Spivey, descendant of Wm.

At 9:03pm on April 18, 2011, Barbara Williams said…


I just joined Genealogywise. I believe we have corresponded before concerning the Keen(e) family in the southeastern region of the U.S.

I would be interested in the CW handouts you mentioned above.






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