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Re: African American coal miners

Hi Vickie
There are so many Pannills/Pannells in the Pittsylvania, Campbell, area that it is not even funny. When I go the library to check records, you have Pannills marrying other Pannills. If memory serves me correctly, there were a number of wealthy white Pannills in the area so that could explain why there were so many black ones after the war ended. If I go to the library tomorrow, I will see what other Pannill goodies I can find.
Here is the info on the Pannills that I am related to:

Children of LEWIS SR. and ELIZA ROBERTSON are:
2. i. LEWIS2 PANNILL, b. 1878; d. 1939.

ii. AMELIA PANNILL, b. 1882, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; m. JAMES HOLT, October 06, 1899, Pittsylvania County,
James Holt Virginia; b. 1878, Pittsylvania County, Virginia

Marriage Notes for AMELIA PANNILL and JAMES HOLT:
Marriage perfomed by R.B.Brandon on October 6, 1899 in Pittsylvania County, VA.

2. LEWIS2 PANNILL was born 1878, and died 1939. He married DAILEY WALTON January 21, 1903 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, daughter of LEE WALTON and LUCINDA FULTZ. She was born January 03, 1879 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and died 1971.


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