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Re: Calab Lowan Byus
Posted by: Sukochi Lee (ID *****2982) Date: January 26, 2005 at 08:48:55
In Reply to: Re: Calab Lowan Byus by Joel Hager of 463

I am researching the BIAS/BYESS surname. I have a Richard BIAS in the 1850 Pickens Co., SC census. He was born abt. 1785 according to the census. His children were Mary, George, David and Cisly(sp?). My Nathaniel David BYESS was born in SC and came to Pickens and Gilmer Counties in Ga. He was born in 1830 and had a son he named William Bennett BYESS. Could this be in your line? I see that you list a Bennett Bias. An old family pedigree says that the father of Richard came from Ireland and settled in Ky. about 1815. Don't know if that holds water or not. It also says that Richard was taken in by a man but ran away and was then taken in by another man and his wife and that he was last know in SC. Would appreciate any help you could give me.
Sukochi Lee


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