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Hal Lewis (#47516242)
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Bio Photo 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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david strickland
RE: johnny lynn lewis 1946-1991
thank you so much
Added by david strickland on Oct 11, 2014 8:11 AM
david strickland
johnny lynn lewis 1946-1991
did he go to high school in Midland Texas?
long shot for a 50th HS reunion
Added by david strickland on Oct 11, 2014 5:51 AM
Death of Nathaniel Ashley (h of JW)
These two EF records establish that Nathaniel Ashley died before 1795. A male appearing likely to be Nathaniel was counted in Jane Ashley's HH in the 1790 Census, Beauford County, SC. He likely died there, which prompted Jane's return to Florida.

Date Reel # Provenance Item # Section # Location
July 28, 1795 52 doc 1795-506-doc 32 San Nicolas

Carlos Howard to Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada

3 1/2p. Horse of dragoon Pedro Moreno stolen; mentions Luis Maas, William Ashley, George Aarons and slaves Sam and Dick that belong to Ashley's mother; free negros Abraham Hudson and Ben; Manuel Solana; Sgt. Jose Sanchez.

Date Reel # Provenance Item # Section # Location
July 28, 1795 52 doc 1795-510-doc 32 San Nicolas

Carlos Howard to Juan Nepomuceno de Quesada

4p. Concerning arrest of 2 of widow Ashley's slaves, San and Dick, for complicity in escape of William Ashley. Mentions informations from wife of Daniel Plumer; widow Ashley and 4 daughters always lived separately from William; arrest made by N. Hall with B. Segui and Rovira; mentions J. McQueen.
Added by KSIB on Jul 02, 2014 9:04 AM
Tom West
Arcadia , Fl.
Hal my name is Tom West I leave in Lee county . I was born and raised in DeSoto county . When I was young I had a friend named John Lewis his mother was also one of early English teachers . By chance or you in the same family ? Thanks Tom
Added by Tom West on Apr 13, 2014 5:14 PM
Carl F. Johnson
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!
Added by Carl F. Johnson on Jun 20, 2013 9:59 AM
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.
Added by Jessica Irish on May 04, 2013 12:08 PM
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
Hello Hal,
You are very welcome.

Added by Johnny on Jan 22, 2013 3:20 PM

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