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Re: . BLACK HISTORY WEBSITES

Thank you, Art

We will certainly appreciate receiving any info you can provide us regarding our Findley and related families.

My thanks to you, too, Carol. Our interaction has triggered a renewal in my late 19th and early 20th Century research. For the past few years, I have concentrated on the 18th and early 19th centuries with emphasis on, but not limited to, freedom suits and Findley/Finley lines emanating from the Chesterfield Co., VA area and the Clay family.

Also, if your fellow AAGGMV member, Doug Harger, is a participant on this site, I would appreciate hearing from him as to data on my Findley line.

As to Rumley, Art, some of our related families lived in Shelby Co. in the mid and late 1800's. The Kendalls and Rickmans were in Mercer but, no doubt, they were active in community efforts in Shelby, as well.

Regards,

Terry T (in NJ)\
Researching Af-Am FINDLEY/FINLEY families wherever and whenever they may have lived.


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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