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Re: Eison of Dyer and Lauderdale Co., TN
Posted by: Barbra Hathcock (ID *****8213) Date: July 11, 2006 at 09:02:32
In Reply to: Re: Eison of Dyer and Lauderdale Co., TN by Barry Eison of 36

Your willingness to take photographs for me is very much appreciated, but is unnecessary.

Personally, there is no EISON in my family, and the reason why I started working on the EISON family is because Gladys Hilliard was the foster mother of my sister-in-law, and Gladys was a cousin of the wife of Brooks Eison.

I have been working on my the lineage of my brother-in-law (by marriage), as to an enhancement of the information for my niece.

(I am sorta like a snapping turtle. Once I get my teeth into something I don't let go. In other words, once I find a new line, attached to one I am working on, I try to then work on that line as much as I can.) My data base is about 38,000 people, and about 2/3 of them are people having ties to Lauderdale/Tipton/Haywood and Dyer counties.

My husband's mother died when he was only 3 years old. So wanting to have as much information for his half-siblings, as his whole-ones, I did the genealogy of on his step-mother also. Then, I did the research on the wonderful people who took care of my sister-in-law (Gladys Hilliard and her husband Jackie Burroughs). The youngest child was only 6 months old when my mother-in-law died, and she was the only girl of 5 children. Her father gave her to this childless couple, to raise, not to adopt. So I also have as much information on the Hilliard and Burroughs line as I have been able to find.

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