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Re: John Avery DELAMAR
Posted by: Judith F. Cook Date: November 03, 2000 at 12:23:08
In Reply to: John Avery DELAMAR by Constance Schofield of 29

John Avery Delamar was my GGGrandfather.
His Mother: Fannie Avery, Father:Thomas Delamar originally from Craven, NC. Died Harris Co. Georgia. John Avery Delamar b.9/2/1815 married 12/23/1838 to Susan Laney. They are both buried in the Friendship Christian Church outside Roanoke, Ala. They had 8 children: Asbury Coke, Benjamin Franklin,John Thomas, Eliza Roundsey, Elvira Harriet, Martha Elizabeth, Laura Agusta, and Robert Clayton.
Robert Clayton Delamar was my GGrandfather. He married Texanna Walls from Lineville, Ala. around Roanoke, Ala. Robert and Texanna had 12 children. The eleventh was my Grandfather: Owen Columbus Delamar, his daughter, Margaret (living) is my Mother. Have info on all the 12 children. Have dates of births and deaths. Don't know if you're interested. Hope this helps. Have traced Delamar (Delamare back to North Carolina, 1694. The first Francis Delamar (with his brother Isaac) from Boucre, Calais, France. He was French Heugenaught(sp?). Came to USA via England. Cannot locate info of him in England nor France. Still trying.
Judy PS: I have pictures of their grave markers with births and deaths as proof.


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