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Re: Parents of William Coram Jr. 1756-1821
Posted by: Rubye Lewis (ID *****0299) Date: June 03, 2003 at 09:41:34
In Reply to: Re: Parents of William Coram Jr. 1756-1821 by Thomas Coram of 208

In all of your searching Corams , have you EVER came across Jackson"s being related in any way to Corams. Have heard all my life Thomas Coram & John Jackson were half brothers, they were not, the thing that puzzles me is that GGGgrandpa John is buried outside Coram coping in Benevolence Randolph County,Georgia next to Corams, THAT is all I have ever been able to verify, All other hearsay has been disapproved.As a child we were visited by the Corams and Corams visited in our home as cousins. As All my relatives older than me
are deceased, I have no way to verify what or how. Any reply from you will be greatly appreciated.
Thank You very much.
Rubye Jackson Lewis

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