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At 1:00am on February 23, 2021, P Bryant said…
Do you have your McCreight research posted online anywhere? I've been researching the Bryan(t)s of Fairfield County SC for ages.
At 8:35am on May 22, 2019, Rosemary Taylor said…

I descend from Martha Patsy Jackson, daughter of William P. Jackson and Jinny Sallee.  I have a public tree at Ancestry.com.

If I am correct, John Jackson and Emily Payne divorced, and he married a younger woman.  She then moved to Labette County, Kansas, where I now live.  I am not sure which of her children moved with her, and I did not find as much information as I would have liked researching my area.  I like to know if my next-door-neighbor is related.  Do you know more? 

At 8:42am on November 27, 2018, June Sallee-Jackson said…
Welcome Loralee!
My father truly did the majority of the Salle' research wayyy back in the day. My brother Paul Sallee and I are avid researchers and have continued to research different lines as our families have expanded through marriages. Many years ago, my Dad published a Salle' newsletter. There is quite a lot of Salle' family information and a number of Salle' groups that are out there to belong to that are direct lineages of Abraham Salle'. Quite a number of people have visited Il de Re in France.

Unfortunately, my father's health has taken a turn for the worse, so he is not as active on the internet as he once was. There is a lot of Salle' family stuff to share, but it cannot be done in a short time and of course, it depends on how much info you actually want.

As far as the Jackson family, this is my husband's side of the family. Jackson is a pretty common name. His original Jackson family came over from Wales and settled in the Wythe County area of Virginia. The original immigrants were John and Nancy (Farmer) Jackson and they had a huge family. In fact, they took much pride in the fact that all the children lived to ripe old ages and had children of their own. I have a lot of information on them as well. Much more than I can provide here, but it would be prudent to figure out if they are the same family. I do not mind helping you with this as time permits. What information do you have on your Jackson family?

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