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Posted by: Winnie Gilreath Westbury (ID *****2709) Date: February 04, 2008 at 09:25:02
In Reply to: Re: Culbreath families of Mecklenburg, Virginia by JOHN KULBETH of 35

Thank you for sharing your research.

I am researching William GILREATH, Planter (d 1794/1795 Newberry Co SC).

I have looked over the postings for OVERBY and noted the PETTYPOOL family of VA: my GILREATH family connects to the PETTYPOOL family of VA.

I grew up near STOVALL's Mill on Enoree River (in SC) which I have noted as BENSON property sold to JENKINS; GILREATH purchased estate of JENKINS.

Would you please keep me in mind if you find more associations between CULBREATH families and the PETTYPOOL (or related) families?

There might be some association through mining, iron mongery, distilleries, blacksmithing, armories, and other--mayber tinsmithing--as well as waggoning and trade, storekeepers, for example. My INGRAM (who was next to the JENKINS tract) was a wheelwright and carriage maker. William GILREATH, Planter, left his wagon gears and a named horse to his son George. There may be some association with WAUGH.

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