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At 8:36am on May 17, 2010, Sarah Harrison said…
I definitely will join that group. I can't get past just the first name of my greatgrandmother Ida Bell. Her first name is Lizes. That's where my ends. I think that Ida Bell had a brother named George Thomas Bynum and John Wesley Bynum and a sister named Marthey Coline Bynum. My greatgrandmother Ida Bell married Robert B Pate and there daughter Eva Iona married my grandfather Oscar Rogers. They're all from Tennessee. That's all I know about the Bynums and I'm not even sure if that's right or not. They are very hard to find any information on. We must be kin. Thanks, Regina. Sarah
At 12:17pm on February 7, 2010, Candy Rogers said…
Thanks for letting me know about the Rogers family. I have a tree on ancestry, do you have your Rogers on ancestry?
At 8:48am on January 18, 2010, Jim Crews said…
Hi Regina,

I just spotted your note. Are you familiar with the Crewe DNA project? Worldwide...have connected with DNA cousins around the US and Nova Scotia.
At 6:52pm on August 27, 2009, Richard Bynum said…
Thanks Regina. I'm an avid ancestry.com and Legacy user, so I collect all of the census records I can handle. Nat Bynum is the name that I believe held my family of Bynums during their days in S.C. I traced it to the 1860 slave schedule and the genders and ages match up to Joseph and his family roughly. That's hardly conclusive, but the best I can probably do online.

All of that said, census dates and places have been known to be inaccurate. If you have any information from your family's records during that time period that references a slave named Joseph or Ceasar (his middle name) and you are willing to share; I'd be eternally grateful.

Either way, thanks for reaching out and your note.
At 7:40pm on August 26, 2009, Richard Bynum said…
My 2nd Great Grandfather (Joseph Bynum Jr.) listed his father and mother's place of birth as S. Carolina. I've not been able to find him listed in the 1870 census and I'm sure you a familiar with the challenges associated with African American ancestry before 1870.
At 1:33pm on August 19, 2009, JANET MCCULLOUGH said…
Regina , I am related thru Penelope B. Bynum , who married Walter M. Lavender
How are you related to the Bynum family ?
At 4:15pm on July 20, 2009, Lisa B. Lee said…
Thanks, Regina, So glad to hear you won a tote bag. My Montgomerys actually belong to my ex-husband, and are based in Louisiana, but since it's so close to TX, you never know. I have practically NOTHING on that line, only know that Lydia Montgomery was b. abt 1869 and she married Isaac Dronet abt. 1902, probably in Lake Charles, LA.
At 12:46pm on July 20, 2009, D.L. Taylor said…
Thank you Regina. We know a little about the others of that generation but nothing about Ida.
At 7:54pm on July 19, 2009, D.L. Taylor said…
Ida's and Joseph's children's names were: Ruth Bertha Smith Crawford, Amanda Bell Smith Bostick Arthur, Clara Joe Etta Smith Thigpen , Lillie Mae Smith, Allen Smith, James Edwin Smith.
At 3:09pm on July 17, 2009, Sandy Cowan said…
Hi Regina

My Bynum ancestors are from Tennessee

Sandy
At 9:18am on July 17, 2009, D.L. Taylor said…
My Father's mother was Ida Bynum. (b. 6 Jan 1878, AR d. 17 Jan 1919 Brady, TX)
At 6:21am on July 17, 2009, Jim Crews said…
have we found John's (1725) daddy?? I think you are part of his line??

wonder if he came directly into the Charleston port??
At 9:44pm on July 13, 2009, Tony Lee Pope said…
I wish I could take credit. I have delved very little into my mother's line(s)...they are so mixed up. Much of this came from two cousins who have done the research. Ha...
At 7:03pm on July 13, 2009, Cheryle Hoover Davis said…
I couldn't find any of your Hefner's in the info that I have handy, but I have a larger database I'll go check...we may find your Hefner's in there! I'll let you know.
At 1:37pm on July 13, 2009, Gena Philibert Ortega said…
Regina- I don't think there is a connection between our Montgomery's. Mine our in Ohio, Iowa and Kansas. Allied surnames include Randall, Riddle and Wolfenspargur

Too bad-it would have been nice to meet a new cousin!

Gena
At 10:52am on July 13, 2009, Leslie Anne Sims said…
Hi Regina, Possibly a connection---Montgomery is my mom's maiden name, and she was raised in the East Texas area (Henderson, TX). I know that she has a family history book I need to look at for more info. I believe she has told me that "her Montgomerys" came to Texas from the Spartenburg, South Carolina area. Any connection, you think? Leslie
At 9:39am on July 13, 2009, Cheryle Hoover Davis said…
Hi Regina:

James Polk Hefner (b: 1841) married Evaline Rena Hoover (daugher of Cain Hoover and Susannah Keister). They lived in Anthony's Creek, Greenbriar, Virginia/West Virginia.

This Hefner line comes from Nicholas Hevener b: 1738 in Koblenz, Germany.
At 9:30am on July 13, 2009, Cheryle Hoover Davis said…
James Polk Hefner (b: 1841)married Evaline Rena Hoover (daughter of Cain Hoover and Susannah Keister). His parents were: James A. Hefner and Mary Ann Wade from Anthony's Creek, Greenbriar, Virginia.

This Hefner family had been in Pennsylvania before they migrated to Virginia/West Virginia. Before that, the Koblenz, Germany area. Nicholas Hevener (variant spellings on the name) was the first to come to America.
At 9:37pm on July 12, 2009, Tony Lee Pope said…
Regina, had to check 'cause I'm not too familiar with my Montgomery link. What little I do know goes back to David Montgomery who married Mary (?). They were prob. born mid-1700s. Their daughter, Rebecca, married Benjamin Todd....they were my 5th great-grandparents. I show Benjamin was born in Rowan County, NC and that Rebecca's mother was born in VA. Nothing else on them as to where they died. Though I show Benjamin Todd died in GA.
At 5:59pm on July 11, 2009, Jim Crews said…
I am Crews--SE Georgia

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