In my research, I have found relatives in all sections of the country. They are descendants of princes to paupers; poets to politicians; plantation owners to pickers; pilgrims to pioneers; preachers to professors; postman to post office wanted posters; Presbyterians to Pentecostals; privates to generals, serving in every war we have fought. Nothing surprises me anymore. What other family has a signer of the Declaration of Independence, William Floyd (NY), and an FBI Most Wanted, Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd (GA/OK). Suffice to say in the almost 400 hundred years from 1623 (first documented American arrival) till now, we are about as American as you can get!
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Member of the Guild of One-Name Studies; http://one-name.org
Military family (Marines, Army); High School Atlanta, GA grad 1965; Ga. State Univ., B.B.A-MGMT, 1971; Bell Sys. Cntr. Tech. Ed., MS-Networking, 1976; Webster Univ. MA-Mgmt, 1991; Asst. Professor-Information Technology, retired Professor Emeritus, Univ. Arkansas-Fort Smith, 2008. Interest in genealogy since youth, active collector/researcher of family data since 1971; 12,000+ records in personal active database under constant research, refinement and repair/replacement. Legally blind since 2005. If, for some reason my work is not continued by an immediate family member, I see Wikitree as a continuing source for my efforts. I appreciate it's open, non-commercial, structure and mission.
United States Marine Corps Enlisted: Georgia; Rank In: June, 1966, Private; Rank Out: June, 1968, Sergeant
Company: B & HS; Regiment: 1st Bn 7th Marines, 1st MarDiv, FMF
2nd Engr Bn 2nd MarDiv; Camp Lejune, NC
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On 13 Mar 2019 at 05:23 GMT Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy wrote:
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On 27 Sep 2017 at 01:36 GMT Theresa Jones wrote:
Mary's granddaughter (my grandmother), is still living and DNA has helped me find others. I actually ran into Mary's oldest son's granddaughter on ancestry!
On 12 Jul 2017 at 20:00 GMT Sally (Seay) Smith wrote:
My cousins and I have researched our Seay connection back to John Seay who died in Richland County, SC in 1828, but simply cannot find a connection to his first wife Pauline Nassery (his second wife was Mary Ann and we have her will) or to his father. Not even sure where he was born. Do you have any info? He is neither listed in the DAR patriot list or NSCDA. His son James H. Seay was a noted planter in Richland whose second wife was Sarah Wilmoth Carter who's maternal grandparents were William Fox (1743-1816) (DAR #: A041463) & Sarah Carroll Fox;