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Re: Baskerville slave records - att. Lloyd

Thanks Kim,
I was happy overjoyed and stunned to read your message. I've waited so long just to read something, anything new regarding my ancestors. Mansey Cole is not on my family tree list, but I saw the name on the family treemaker site and was wondering if there was a possible connection. Sally Cole had three daughters. Their names were:Mary (my ggggrandmother , Martha, and Amanda. One of Mary's children as I mentioned earlier was Eliza, who is my ggrandmother, who married Hart Eubanks, born several children one who was my grandfather John Scott Eubanks Sr. Alas, my namesake/maiden name, Kim Mary Eubanks Kirkland. I was wondering, do you have any information as to what Region of Africa Fanny was from? What year was Sally 47 and Mary 10? I am very interested in the DNA testing.I don't have any other info on Sally's daughters.
Also, Mary married Edmond Hudson, but where did he come from? I know the Hudson owners lived near the Baskerville plantation. Or was Edmond sold to the Baskerville's and that's how they met? I've been stuck on finding info on Hart Eubanks who married Mary's daughter Eliza. But there are no records of him in Mecklenburgh VA before 1870. A copy of the marriage licence (married Jan 14, 1874) that I received from the VA vital records said that Hart's parents were named Charles and Mary Eubanks. But that's all I know.
Thanks again for all your help and such prompt reply. God Bless you and my prayers are with Lloyd.


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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