|Hal Lewis (#47516242)|
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My name is Halley Bronson Lewis, III, and I been researching my family roots for the past two decades. I am an 11th-generation Floridian as my ancestors show up as Florida residents in the 1793 Spanish census of East Florida. They then settled in Columbia, Alachua and Levy counties long before Florida became a state in 1845. My main project has been to accumulate and document every descendant of Brunson L. Lewis (1810-1876), who came to Florida in 1837 to fight in the Second Indian War. I am happy to share this tree with anyone who is interested!|
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|Elizabeth||David McSwain 1700|
Memorials that date in the 1700's are non transferable as there are way too many others that can claim kinship as well, myself included.
please read Transfer Guidelines prior to requesting a transfer.
I will be glad to add pertinent information and links at any time.
|Carl F. Johnson||RE: THANKS!|
You are most welcome, glad I could help. I have a photo of Thomas Seymore's name on the side of their stone. I would assume there is a relation there, if you want to create memorial, I can add the photo as well.
Have a great day!
|Jessica Irish||RE: Thanks!|
You are quite welcome :) Thought the black flies were going to carry the dog and I off this morning while we were on our adventure.
|Kim ||RE: Done!|
Thank you so much for adding the links for Addie Jane. Have a great day. Kim
Added by Kim on Apr 25, 2013 1:56 PM
|Joyce Mize Worsham||RE: Epperson|
I agree the other memorials need to be more accurate! Since you are related, you will have more influence with Find A Grave staff than I. Best regards.
You are very welcome.
Added by Johnny on Jan 22, 2013 3:20 PM