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Re: 1830 Tennessee Census - BYROM/BYRAM Families
Posted by: Rusty Date: February 02, 2002 at 14:19:15
In Reply to: Re: 1830 Tennessee Census - BYROM/BYRAM Families by Carol Holt of 439

You must have misread my post. Polly had no daughter named Dolly. I was curious if you knew anything about the Dolly Byram in Franklin County 1830 that you posted. I thought that "Dolly" might be misspelled and really be my widow "Polly" I'm looking for in 1830. Samuel Byram born 1765 is the son of Ebenezer III of Knox County, Tenn.


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