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Re: Hezekia Bussey, Upshur Co. TX, 1833-1892
Posted by: Chad Bussey (ID *****6066) Date: April 28, 2003 at 16:36:37
In Reply to: Re: Hezekia Bussey, Upshur Co. TX, 1833-1892 by Calvin Alexander of 822

You are probably not a too distant cousin from me. I don't know you're particular Hezekiah. But I'm going to save your post and go visit that graveyard someday, I don't live too far from there. I know somebody that will certainly know your line because he is descended from that E.M. Bussey you mention down there. I have some information on E.M. too that I could send you. He was a fairly prominent citizen in longview. But there was more than one E.M. Bussey, there was Edward Moody, Edward Moody Jr., and Edmund Moody. I'm not sure which one that is, he'll know though. It's not surprising you have a Hezekiah there in Upshur. My line wound up there in Upshur too from a Hezekiah that lived in Georgia, His son Nathan Jordan, my great great Grandpa moved to Upshur from Macon Georgia. A bunch of other Busseys, Obviously cousins and Uncles all arrived around the same time. From the dates you list I'm betting your Hezekiah is close cousin to my Nathan Jordan. Anyway, contact this guy J.D. Weeks at jdweeks@earthlink.net He'll know your line I'm pretty sure. You can tell him I referred you. He knows me as Chad Bussey.


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