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Re: Dockerys of Dixie 2nd Edition Family History Book
Posted by: Beau Hudgins (ID *****4628) Date: July 12, 2008 at 19:14:05
In Reply to: Re: Dockerys of Dixie 2nd Edition Family History Book by Gwen of 1108

Hello,

The book Dockery's of Dixie is still available and there is a 1 page website where you can go and see a copy of the book. View book at http://DockerysofDixie.googlepages.com

The 1st chapter(smallest chapter) covers the descendants of Nancy Dockery b. 1798 who married William Freeman. There were 2 known children from this union; Hugh Freeman m. Mahala Brooks and Mary Freeman m. Richard Cornwell. I will be happy to do a lookup for you if you provide me with your grandparents names and who they married and your parents names and spouses. You can email me directly at
www.dockerybook@gmail.com The last chapter in the book covers the connecting families amoung which are Killian, Cornwell, Lunsford, Davis, Kephart, Fricks, etc.

The book is 756 pages which includes an index and index is by first name. So if your dads name was William Thomas Kephart, but he went by Thomas , we indexed him as William Kephart.

Beau Hudgins



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