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George Halsell (1754 - 1807)

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George Halsell
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Don Halsell wrote to Carla HALSELL < > about her HALSELL line:
Hi Carla, Glad to hear from another Halsell. Your great great great great great great great great grandfather was Thomas Halsell (Sr.) first found in Prince George County, Maryland, in theearly 1700's. Your line might go as follows: Thomas Halsell (Sr.) 1720-1786 in South Carolina-->George Halsell (Sr.)-->Benjamin Halsell, lived in South Carolina; died in Tennessee-->Thomas Turner Halsell (Sr.)-->Mordica "Blue" Halsell-->John Turner Halsell-->John Turner Halsell (Jr.-->James Warner Halsell-->John Warner Halsell & wife, Nellie Dean Nelson. Is your father John Warner Halsell? I believe that I have furnished this information to him.



Thank you to James Markus Küntzer for creating WikiTree profile Halsell-12 through the import of 03 06 2013.ged on Jun 3, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by James Markus and others.

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George is 15 degrees from Virginia Fields, 21 degrees from William Mayo and 14 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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