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Tina Wyatt
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  • Franklin, NC
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Dills, Stratton/Strutton, Henson, Hastings, Ledford, Nichols, Morrison, Kerby, Green/e, Slagle, Ash/e, Gasperson, Shepherd, Bailey, Frady, Riddle, Watkins, Wagoner, DeHart, Messer, Frizzell, Wyatt, Brooks.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Scotland, England, Germany, Western NC, Northern Georgia, Eastern TN
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?

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At 10:32pm on October 8, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
That is OK. I understand...I have connection issue sometimes myself. Thanks for looking
At 12:01am on September 17, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
Thanks Tina but please correct the surname. It is not "Green" but "GOEN"
At 6:41pm on September 3, 2009, Liz LeCour said…
Hi Tina,
I have my husband's 4th g-grandfather, William Green, b-06 February 1762 in Prince Edward, Virginia d- 02 March 1837 Pigeon River, Haywood County N.C. married Kizziah Patton 09 Feb. 1781 He fought in the American Revolution and I have his application for his pension. Kizziah moved with her sons, Anderson and William to Georgia around 1832. Family states that Kizzah and William were not happy together so when her sons moved their families, she moved with them. My husband descends from William Green their son.
At 5:10am on August 30, 2009, Chris Bailey said…
Hi Tina,
Welcome to my BAILEY genealogy group. I'm afraid that as far as I am aware I am the only English person in the group. Most of my research is based around a small village in Northamptonshire called Cranford. Originally Cranford St John and Cranford St Andrew. I started my family research over 30 years ago when I traced my direct line ancestors back to the mid 1600's. Since then I have created trees for as many descendents of this marriage as I can find and have over 1000 connected BAILEY's on my data base.
I don't suppose I can offer you much help with your research although I have access to most of the British, Canadian and American census returns. As the other members of the group are mainly from the USA why don't you write a few lines about yourself and your research on the BAILEY GROUP comment wall for the others to see. You never know they may be able to help.
Kind regards,
At 10:00pm on August 29, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…





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