Dear Mrs. Whitwer:
If I understand correctly, your grandmother was Ida Deadwyler who married Dr. Alexander S. Johnson, she was the 6th. generation. Her father, the 5th generation was Henry R. Deadwyler, Jr. who married Cornelia Ann Willis. His father, the 4th generation was Henry R. Deadwyler, Sr.born Mar. 25, 1814 and died Dec.17,1851 in the city of Savannah, member of Ga. General Assembly, Rep. of Elbert County. He married Lucinda Bridges. His father the 3rd. generation was Martin Deadwyler, born 1788 and died 1866. He married Sarah Rebecca Wilhite. His father the 2nd. generation was Joseph Deadwyler, born 1760 and married Alice Duncan. His father, the 1st generation was Martin Deadwyler came to America about 1750 and married Ann ????.
That is the short version of your Deadwyler family. I would be pleased to e-mail the whole 14pages if you would give me your e-mail address.
I would also like to receive any information concerning your grandfather and father and any other information I might include in the Deadwyler family.
When I was a boy of about 10, that would be about 1943, Dr. Charlie Johnson worked on my teeth. I remember Dr. Charlie as a "rough" speaking person, useing all kinds of colorful language.
I don't know how true it is but the story goes that Dr. Charlie's brother was a Medical Doctor and had performed some type of surgery on him that was very painful, well Dr. Charley got his chance, he pulled one of his brother's teeth without giving him a shot.
This may not be true, but it was one of my father's favorite stories.
Thanks again for answering, hope to hear from you very soon.
1909 Butler Rd.
Dewy Rose, GA 30634
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