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Re: David Broady 1830-1909, Washington Co, VA
Posted by: Trina Gilley (ID *****1472) Date: August 27, 2002 at 19:23:47
In Reply to: Re: David Broady 1830-1909, Washington Co, VA by Fred Crabtree of 34

You have already been helpful. The son-in-law Mathias Carpenter, he is the brother to Nancy Jane Carpenter, who married David Broady. Mathias married Aughty Crabtree 9 Dec 1874 in Washington Co. They were married by Rev. Alexander Little. Aughty is Sarah Broady Crabtree's daughter?? I wonder if Sarah was a daughter of John Broady and Ann? According to the 1850-1860 censuses, he was born between 1785 and 1790, somewhere in VA. In the 1850 Washington Co census, there is a Sarah A. Broady (age 10) in the household of John and Ann Broady. She is too young to be their daughter, I am assuming a granddaughter. Maybe she was named after the Sarah that married Joseph Crabtree.
Do you know how the Caywoods and Broadys are connected?
You mentioned the Caywood-Broady cemetery. Is is located in Glade Springs? I was wondering if maybe John Broady, David Broady... were buried there. I am hoping to make a trip the Saltville area in a couple of months, and would like to look over the cemetery. Will keep you posted on any information that I find. Trina

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