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linda stiles (#47097782)
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M.J. Busby
Yes we are cousins, but the original name was Cottonham. They voted to change it to Cunningham at a family reunion back in the early part of the Century, and most went with the change but some kept the original Cottonham. Good to hear from you, I still stay in touch with everyone back home and am planning a trip out their next month.
Added by M.J. Busby on Feb 14, 2009 7:54 AM
M.J. Busby
Dewitt Busby
You said that Dewitt was your Grandmothers first husband, so from what I gather you must be tied in through Mrs. Cottonham.
Added by M.J. Busby on Feb 14, 2009 7:09 AM
M.J. Busby
We are related then as Dewitt Clinton Busby Jr.s son Willie C. Busby is my grandfather and his son Michael is my father. Call me if you like and we will talk 850-332-8000
Added by M.J. Busby on Feb 13, 2009 7:13 AM
M.J. Busby
Dewitt Clinton Busby Jr. in Willow Cemetery in Haskell is my Great Grandfather. Got to typing to fast on the other message.
Added by M.J. Busby on Feb 12, 2009 6:57 PM
M.J. Busby
Haskell Texas
Dewitt Clinton Busby that is buried in Willow Cemetery in Haskell is my Great Great Grandfather he is a JR. and came from Jackson County Alabama. His father Dewitt Clinton Busby Sr. fought against General Sherman in the 1st Battle of Dalton Georgia and is believed to be either buried in Jackson County Alabama or on a Battlefield in North Georgia.
Added by M.J. Busby on Feb 12, 2009 6:53 PM

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