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Subject: sherrill, kitchens, smith families
Posted by: jack smith - memphis djslawfirm@yahoo.com
Date/Time: 2005-07-13 8:18 a.m.
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Hi Cuz! Know you are a cuz because of the way Margarette is spellrd. Yes, I attended the reunion. They missed a big chance to share our proud pioneer contributions to the founding of the Republic (Kings Mountain, etc) with our young. My father, Doyle, for example, never knew any of his heritage which I had not only to find but to prove to get into "First Families of Tennessee". It is quite a saga. Where do you live? Myrtle's daughter SHERRILL in Corpus Christi, Texas, has the Sherrill family Bible which proves all the links back to 1850. From there Mary Lajean Davis' marvelous 2 Volume work on the descendant's of Samuel Sherrill has the reat of it. Samuel fought at Kings Mountain.


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