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|Debbie Waddill||Sevier Family Tree|
Hello, Sevier family! I'm just checking in from Denver, Colorado. My dad was Clay Peak Waddill and his father was Clay Duncan Waddill (born Waddell but the spelling got changed in the early 1900s). Our branch of the tree is related to Gen. Sevier from one of the daughters marrying a Waddell. (I have the genealogy book but not memorized.) Just wanted to let folks know some descendants are in Denver. :-)
|Nancy Turner Brown||Grant Turner|
My dad is Grant. I noticed your note and wondered what year Papa portrayed John Sevier. That was so neat. He did another film where he was doing a debate in US History with another legislator.
Can I purchase a copy of this film on DVD?
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Turner Brown
|Sylvia Barber||Catherine Sevier|
Hi, Im looking for George Sevier sister Catherine Sevier Sanford. She married James M Sanford. They came to Nacogdoches Tx and she passed away 1840-1841. They had 2 daughters Eliza and Anne. Im trying to find where she is buried and any info on her daughters. Any help would be appreciated.
|LSP||James Gilliland, 63304226|
Hi, Just to let you know, you left a message on this James' site in 2013 about his serving in the Battle of Kings Mountain, but this James did not. I believe yours died in about 1838, or after 1833 and mine died in 1810-1811 and had different kids and died in different counties as well.
Added by LSP on Apr 11, 2016 1:53 AM