|Priscilla Gaskins||RE: ghost|
you have a ghost?That is interesting- tell me about it! Where is Blythwood?I grew up in Clinton
|Laurie Davis Hannah||Steven Fanning Transfer|
No worries. Request transfer of Steven Fanning #49156644 back to me #47087860. Thanks. Laurie #47087860
|Sally - Midcoast Maine||RE: 39579613|
Thank you - I have deleted the duplicate.
|Bob Law||RE: 82121816|
Linda: I am not related to the Lyles and don't know that I have ever worked on a family in SC. I just worked on the Harris family for a friend and I am not related top this branch of the family.
Added by Bob Law on Nov 04, 2014 6:45 AM
|agagee||RE: Rosey Margaret McClintock|
The McClintocks I am related to are Old Purity Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Chester County Hopewell ARP Church cemetery in Chester County and Ora ARP Church Cemetery in Laurens County S.C. James and Elizabeth Kennedy at Old Purity Robert and Elizabeth at Hopewell. The Ora McClintocks came from Chester County not sure of Names.
Added by agagee on Jul 27, 2014 12:11 PM
|Nancy Ziemba Gleaton||RE: 54657659|
Note the [sic] in the announcement. That indicates an error. It was printed in the paper that way.
|Nancy Ziemba Gleaton||Re: #49620817|
The pix of baby Clyde got posted twice.
|agagee||Rosey Margaret McClintock|
37519375 Rosey M McClintock was probably buried in Fisging Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery in 1799 after she died while waiting to go west with Rev John Simpson and a group of presbyterian families who went to Robert Presbyterian Church Anderson County and Ora ARP Church in Laurens County S.C.. There were numerous "Migrations" from the uptate to the new lands west of Broad River. and later to Ga., Al., Miss., Ark., and Texas.
Added by agagee on Jul 23, 2014 9:46 AM
Old Purity is a very old church in Chester County, S.C. It is not a slave cemetery but a Cemetery for Purity Church. The first Purity Church was burned and a new Purity Church was built on Wylie St in Chester, S.C. They still maintain the cemetery. The McClintocks came to South Carolina with Rev William Martin a Covenetor Preacher from Ireland. The 473 families who came were spread all over South Carolina so they would not be a strong unified group. The McClintocks at Ora ARP church came from Chester County either from Purity Presbyterian or Old Hopewell ARP.
Added by agagee on Jul 23, 2014 9:28 AM
|Lou Ann Pack||RE: did he write this book?|
No I think that book was written from your side.
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