I have all of the genealogy data I've collected on a Family Wiki at: http://bull-randall.com/
I'm constantly looking for new information! Especially family photos.
I grew up in Toccoa, GA... and my grandfather (W.B. "Dub" Randall) once told me that our family name wasn't actually Randall... but something like "Bullwinkle". That started my research (our family name was actually "Bull". And "Randall" was actually the maiden name of my great, great, great, great, great, great grandmother). Carey Randall is now researching the original "Sarah Randal".
My direct contact info. is: ~ Richard C. Randall firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: (720) 840-1314
RE: Joseph J. Torrence Yes, she was his wife. I just connected the couple and Corrine to her family. I am working on all of the descendants of a particular Redford who emigrated in Va. in 1838. Almost all of the Redfords were in construction and farming from the 1700s through the early to mid-20th century. As they moved into the city, almost all were in construction.
I don't know if this is helpful, but Corrine's part of the family is all in three burial sections with members of the Redford, Kain, Phillips, Wade, & Waymack families. It seems that the majority of the Redford's in Maury go back to southern Virginia. A few are linked back to Henrico.
Yes, it seems like there are all kinds of family secrets brushed under the carpet. Do any of the family names I mentioned fit into your tree? A Egan
RE: Tozer Connections I am happy to share info. Do you have the Tozer line back to Samuel Tozer, 1716-1786, Conn. . His son, Col Julius Rozer served in the American revolution and the War of 1812. I found DAR # All 5790. Your daughters can join the DAR through him. I also found the Kinney name. Guy Tozer 1799-1877 married Wealthia Kinney. Let me know if you need my info on these. I found it online , esp on ancestry.com. I have a tree on there. If you are a member, I can share my tree with you if you are interested. I knew Leonare jr. My Dad knew Leonare Sr, Aunt Rosie, Leonard Jr and Betty. He is still alive, age 89 and has a great memory. Mits nice to meet you Janis Allen
RE: Butler Hi Karen...so nice to connect...hmmmm...great grand niece eh? Think I would peg that as 2nd cousins, once removed if these geneolgy charts make any sense...I much prefer just cousins! I would be delighted to take on the Butler's, but my knowledge of them runs mostly on the 'living' side, births, marriages and the like from a volume of family history I happen to have...but happy to make updates where I can with what info I do have. Thanks cuz, Scott