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|Name:||Jonathan Robert De Mallie|
|Comments:||Virginai is more than for us lovers and lovings.. Lovingston, Virginia, Nelson County Seat. Roseland, Virginia it is for all to take as a great example of and in life.
GOD Bless America, GOD Bless Virginia, GOD Bless you!
|Comments:||Hi, I am researching my ancestors from Washington county, TN with the last name of Bailey. I noticed you have a picture of a James A. Bailey. My 4th great grandfather was a James Arthur Bailey. Would this be him? Are we related. Please please email me because i'd love to add this photo to my family tree if it is him and let you know how the current Bailey branch is doing if we are related. Thanks so much for posting photos as they are so interesting either way!|
|Comments:||my father's family is from charlotte court house. they are everywhere. i dont know much about his side of his family though my father and i stay in touch. i am very curious to see how far back or up into my family tree i can go. please email me.|
|Name:||Sara H. Bousman|
|Comments:||I came across your site when I was trying to do research on a relative of mine. There is a page for the Pittsylvania County Index, I was wondering what this index was for and where I could find this book, I would like to find out some information on Ernest and Atha Pansy Wooldridge Hofawger listed in the index. I appreciate any help you can give me! I like your site!
Sara H. Bousman
|Comments:|| saw several postings from you concerning "Gaines" in Charlotte Courthouse Va. I am the First Great grand son of Archie Gaines wife Mircedes Hodges Gaines. Archies mother was named "Sally". All of Archies children are still alive except for one. My grandmother is the oldest child of Archie and Mercedes. Archies father was knowen as Colonel Gaines from the war, and also known as "Buck" He was a slave holder in Charlotte Co. VA
|Comments:||You helped me more than you know I was stuck with my mother's side of the family and you have the obituary for my great great aunt Nannie Kerr Morris, her sister Lucy Kerr Walthall is my great grandmother. Thank you from me and my mother for helping us open the history.
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