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Elizabeth Miller (1774) Endsley or Walker? confusion
Posted by: S McClung (ID *****5671) Date: September 20, 2003 at 16:54:14
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I have been researching the James Endlsey (1776-1852)/Elizabeth Miller(1774-1845) connection and I am either totally confused or there are two Elizabeths.

According to the research on the "Merritt family" in MD (www.merritfamily.org) Elizabeth Miller b 13 Feb 1774 was the daughter of Nathaniel Miller and Elizabeth Beck and was married to Thomas Walker, had four children and died in MD in 1834. This cannot be the same Elizabeth Miller that the Endsley folks have marrried in about 1790 to James Endlsey with 7-8 kids in NC and is buried in Coweta County GA. I have not located Elizabeth Miller Endsley anywhere (census, cemeteries, marriage records, etc.) to confirm a state of birth; I have not been to Georgia to check out Bethel Cemetery. I have also seen an Elizabeth Miller with the same birth year noted from Ireland or Wales, but have no confirmatin of that either.

I find many of the Endsleys from John forward on the Macedonia Cemetery Listing in Miller County AR. (Except, interstingly enough, John Bluford and his wife
Ellender who are supposed to be there)

Any help sorting out the parents of Elizabeth Miller Endsley's ancestors would be really helpful.


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