Candy (Black) Cox
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Candy (Black) Cox

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Candy V. Cox formerly Black aka Sayers, Heath, Rightnar, Ballinger
Born 1950s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)] DNA confirmed
Sister of , [private sister (1960s - unknown)] [half] and [private sibling (1960s - unknown)] [half]
Mother of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 18 Feb 2014
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Researching my family since 2000.

My one name studies

  • [1] Clovis name study
  • [2] Black name study
  • [3] Cowgill name study
  • [4] Courtright missing links

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HI Candy, I did not edit the death date on Ephraim Mosher, I only did the edit on the death place. I do not know where the date came from.
posted by Rodney Long

My great grandmother was a Cortright. If you click on ancestors on my profile page, you should see where it connects. Cyndie

posted by Cyndie (Dennis) Greer
Candy, If I lower the Cms to 3 we match on 5 segments. We probably are related several generations back. I would like to be added to your 'Black Name Study'. Connie Black Waite. BTW, my Gedmatch is A167616.
posted by Connie (Black) Waite
try sayoung1968 on ancestry
posted by Stacy Young
Hi Candy..That is strange i double checked it to make sure that was correct. I am new to wikitree so im still learning to navigate it. The Black family im kin to lived in N. Georgia in the 1860"s . I do have some dna matches with the Cox surname so its possible still. I will see if i can find you on Ancestry. with regards....SY
posted by Stacy Young
Thank you for the generous genealogist badge! Seems kind of funny to me to get a badge for something l love doing, but thank you so much!
posted by Natalie (Durbin) Trott
Hi Candy,

I think it's fine to let it through. My guess is your dates are the most correct since no sources are listed on the other. As far as extra children, if you can find no source for them, post a note on each of their profiles in the comments asking for sources and letting the manager know they'll be detached and listed as possible children in the biography of the parents and the parent listed as possibilities on their profiles until sources can be found to help support their reattachment. Give the manager a little time to respond before you do any removal.

Hope that helps! Abby

posted by Abby (Brown) Glann
LOL, they regularly married their cousins! I have four Mosher lines that come down to me.
posted by J. (Pearson) Salsbery
I am also on Ancestry, and new to GedMatch. I also have a 2nd cousin who helped me tremendously when we connected years ago. We cousins need each other!
posted by J. (Pearson) Salsbery

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