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Re: finger's of north & south carolina
Posted by: Jackson Moore Date: March 21, 2001 at 03:52:43
In Reply to: Re: finger's of north & south carolina by Keith E. Norris of 271

Hi-
I am researching several different lines of descent including the Fingers. They are the ones that I know the least about; however, their participation was essentail to my existence.
A lady of German immigrant parents married my Great-great-grandfather, Jesse Ward. He
was born in 1811 someplace in Ireland. came to the United States via of the port of Liverpool, Eng. Together they had Andrew Jackson Ward, my great-grandfather (plus siblings). This was in Tennessee, probably
western. I don't know any first-names for
any of the Fingers. Could your Peter finger have been one of them?

Jackson W. Moore, Jr. jmoore63@bellsouth.net
Roswell, Ga.


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