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Re: Thomas J.-GA 1787; Joseph-VA 1830s?
Posted by: jane menzen Date: January 13, 2001 at 06:05:45
In Reply to: Re: Thomas J.-GA 1787; Joseph-VA 1830s? by Franklin E Fallin of 373

Franklin,

Gave you misinformation. Jackson was my greatgrandfather. I did not understand about Edward; can you explain? I found that name interesting because my father was Edward Jackson. The VA connection is interesting also as I didn't expect that. I was always told that the family came from Ireland to Georgia. Do you think I am searching the correct branch? Most of the information seems to fit, but I get new info that is unexpected. However, that's what searching is all about. Thanks! Jane


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