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My husband and I have a great interest in our family trees; for him it's about the history aspect and for me it's about honoring their memory. |
I know that both sets of my grandparents would be delighted to know that I have taken an interest in researching our lineage and I am thankful for those who had interest in it before me who's books have greatly aided me in this process.
We hope that a spark has been created in the hearts of our of children for them to continue our record keeping.
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We have several family lines of common interest, among them, Booker, Kitts, Monroe. My families were in the area from just before 1800, and though my grandfather is one of the many who left for NE, we had contact with many family until recent years. If interested in exchanging data, contact me at Sahara346@gmail.com.
I contribute data for Omaha, NE area folks.
Added by Karen T on Jul 15, 2016 3:22 PM
|Helen L. Smith Hoke||William Bowman|
He is related to me, too, but not as close as other Bowman's in the family. I have much info on the Bowman's. Back to Cornelius B. 'Neal' Bowman Sr., BIRTH JANUARY 01, 1740 • Shenandoah Valley, Frederick Co, VA
DEATH JANUARY 05, 1826 • Booneville, Owsley Co, KY
step 2nd great-grandfather of husband of great-aunt. If you want it.