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agagee (#47880557)
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Son of a local historian from the Old English area of South Carolina. I enjoy linking families to each other throughout the area. I use Jean Bratton Clawson Agee's papers in the history Room at the Chester County Library in Chester, S.C.. Her research is extensive and well organized.
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Betty Vaughn
RE: Thomason vs Thomasson
Glad I could help.. Was glad I had the time and could photograph the old section of that great cemetery. Made some mistakes of course transcribing so many but at least they are on findagrave for all.

Betty
Added by Betty Vaughn on Jun 05, 2016 4:42 PM
Rebecca Prillaman
Spelling of Thomason/Thomasson
Please research your edits. George Thomason (1602-1666) of England spelled his name with one "s". If you research the British Museum Library you will find that was how he spelled his name, not with two "s" s, as recorded for later descendants in Virginia. I have an original book published by him in 1658, and it is spelled "Thomason". See my photos in my memorial for him, you will clearly see his name printed with one "s". In research, you will find great discrepancies in the spelling of family surnames, however the spelling for this George Thomason is clearly supported by The British Museum Library and his book. Later Virginia descendants spelled it both ways as evidenced by tombstones, deeds, court records, census, etc. (Other variants were Tomason, Thomasin, Etc., Etc.)
Added by Rebecca Prillaman on Jun 05, 2016 8:41 AM
Betty Vaughn
wrong ID number.
These numbers, George Thomasson 105626825 and Mary Pollard Thomasson 10586038, do not belong to George or Mary Pollard Thomasson.

I added a note in Bio to name his parents.

Betty
Added by Betty Vaughn on Jun 04, 2016 6:41 AM
Linda S
RE: John Varnadore & Richard Varnadore.
I'll try to link more of them, I don't know how many I have at this point. The Varnadores are on my mother's side of my family tree and my tree has more on my father's side
Added by Linda S on Jun 02, 2016 3:20 PM
Linda S
Varnadore
Thank you for your work & efforts attempting to get photos of the Varnadore stones
Added by Linda S on Jun 02, 2016 9:53 AM
Linda S
RE: John Varnadore & Richard Varnadore.
Bessie Varnadore Bagley is a fourth cousin, though I never met her. My connection to the Varnadores is through my Grandmother Alzona Varnadore Bolden.
Added by Linda S on Jun 02, 2016 8:47 AM
MPope
Jerry R Pope - Memorial# 163574594
Thank you for your memorial for Jerry Pope, but it is a duplicate of one I created the day before - Find A Grave Memorial# 163499510. Just don't want to cause any confusion - thanks!
Added by MPope on Jun 01, 2016 9:16 PM
Linda S
John Varnadore & Richard Varnadore.
Thank you for attempting to get a photo of their stones, and letting me know they are unmarked. I appreciate you time & efforts
Added by Linda S on May 31, 2016 7:20 PM
GBK
Simpson
You are fast! Thank you so much for the grave photos of John and Eliz. Simpson. Much appreciated!

Glenna Kinard
Added by GBK on May 19, 2016 5:10 PM
Barbara Reid Ruiz
Emeline Burns
Thanks for the photo of Emeline Burns marker! Much appreciated.
Added by Barbara Reid Ruiz on May 14, 2016 11:25 AM
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