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Canterbury famiy of Bibb County AL
Posted by: Beth Gay (ID *****1597) Date: August 09, 2009 at 18:21:20
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I have picked up my Canterbury research after about a 10 year absence. I am putting together a worksheet of my data before entering person and family pages on The link to the worksheet is here: This site is still in Beta so certain items may change before the site is out of Beta. Not your data but perhaps the layout of pages or source page titles, etc.

I still plan to enter the land records, etc. If you have any information to share you may edit the page, but first you must register or you may email me the info. I would love to have family photos or personal narratives about your family members. I have copies of the deeds from Bibb County but did not take the time to make copies of marriage records because Mary and I wanted to take time to eat at the fantastic restaurant in Centerville. Forgotten the name of it but it was really good. So if you have those documents and can scan them I would be most grateful.

I don't place data on the person and family pages unless it is properly documented and supported by evidence. The worksheet however may contain data that is not fully documented.
My ancestor is Samuel Canterberry who died before 1840 in Lowndes County, Alabama. I am descended from his son Redding Canterberry and Drucilla Cochran.

Warmest regards,
Beth Gay, Auburn AL

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