|Karen Coffey Galanski (#47166424)|
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|I am researching the following family lines....Coffey/Coffee, Dillard, Sikes, Chamblee, Willis, Peppers, Hutchins, Burrell. I am a native Atlantan. My Coffey/Coffee roots go back to the early 1800's in Rabun County, GA. My Hutchins roots go back to the early 1800s in Gwinnett County, GA as well as the Peppers family. I am working currently on locating the graves of William Dillard and Ellen Peppers in Gwinnett County, GA....possibly at Omer Cemetery. If you have any of these lines in your family tree, I would love to hear from you.|
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My name is Donna Baker McCall, I am a descendant of Jesse Leonard Coffee. I've got info of when the Coffee's came to America. My Great grandmother was Genelia Coffee Baker. My Dad remembers Ninnie and said when they would visit she would get down a jar of brown sugar and give him a spoon full. Such a sweet memory of his Ninnie. I've been trying to find pictures of my Coffee family. I've got one of Jesse and Robert Coffee, if you have any, would you share with me?
Your distant cousin,
Added by DMc on Oct 25, 2014 12:23 PM
Hi Karen...Had your note about Manerva Coffee tucked in the back of my head. Ran across this today...
Spouse: John Coffey
Spouse Gender: Male
Bond Date: 14 Apr 1838
Bond #: 000077129
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741- 1868
Record #: 01 003
Bondsman: Levi Coffey
Witness: J. K. Gpay
Explains Manerva, but not in context to Martha.
|Cindy Womble Billman||William "Sun" Coffee|
Karen do you have him in your line - he was b. 1858 Cherokee Co., NC d. abt 1898 in Polk Co - m. my ancestor Sarah Selaney Womble - I have been trying to locate his parents. Thanks!
|JIsham 01||Looking for parents of Cintha Crow-Coffee (1833-Unk)/Mary Crow-Corbin (abt 1827-Unk)|
I am looking for the parents of Cintha Crow-Coffee (1833-Unk) and her sister Mary Crow-Corbin (abt 1827-Unk) and hope you can help.
1850 US Census has both Cyntha & Mary in Eastern Division, Pickens, South Carolina
About 1855, Cintha Crow married L.A Coffee (1818 – 1902) they lived in Rabun CO, GA all thier married life
1900 US Census has LA & Cyntha living with their only son Thomas J. Coffee (1852-1902)
1850 US Census has both Cyntha & Mary in Eastern Division, Pickens, South Carolina as married to Wm Corbin (Listed Wm Corbin 23, Mary C Corbin 23
Cyntha Crow 17) All were born in South Carolina
|Alice Wolfe Allen||Lillie Dillard|
I got the photo of Lillie Dillard today and her grave, althought in it's own plot, was attached to a larger family plot of Hambys. Does this make sense to you? I took photos of the graves next to her and all surrounding Hambys, just in case.
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