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Re: Or, Abial Draughn the father of Joshua ?
Posted by: Paula Carter Date: July 28, 2000 at 20:01:58
In Reply to: Re: Or, Abial Draughn the father of Joshua ? by Zane D. Perry of 286

It is family tradition only. The Draughn Bible does not indicate to my knowledge generations other than John Tisdale Draughn. I will have to check on this. I have not met anyone who has actually worked on the Draughns in SC. I am only a keeper of records of families that married into the Carters, so my info is a combination of everything I have found, as one cannot just work on one Perry Co, MS family (they're all kin!!!) I do know where John Tisdale's Draughns home was, nothing there now of course. Sounds like you're the one who can figure them out!! I have printed out your info & planned to hit archives with it, as it's the only solid lead (other than folks just giving me names)I've received. It also confirms the proximity of John Tisdale with the Draughns. All I can tell you is there may be various father's of Joshua listed in papers I've seen, but John T's is father is always Joshua. I've even corresponded with a set of Joshua's by his second wife, that live in LA & they say same. But as far as personally researched, have not had time. I notate these Perry Co, MS families, then eventually make my way to archives for the fun of looking, just have not done on Draughns. I will check on that Bible record. Bear with me! Paula in MS


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