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Re: Samuel and Thomas Flake of Kershaw SC
Posted by: Betty Lou Perkins Date: November 24, 2000 at 19:08:31
In Reply to: Re: Samuel and Thomas Flake of Kershaw SC by Doug Van Cleave of 536

SAMUEL AND HENRY FLAKE ARE SAID TO BE TWO BROTHERS OF SCOTCH-IRISH DESCENT. SAMUEL & HENRY LANDED IN NEW YORK. HENRY SETTLED THERE. SAMUEL LANDED AT CHARLESTON, SC ABOUT 1720. LATER LOCATED AT LILESVILLE, ANSON COUTNY, NC, IS SAID TO HAVE DIED THERE IN 1802. CHILDREN; MARY, JOHN, JORDAN, SAMUEL,JR
WILLIAM,ELIZABETH, DELILAH, SARAH, ELIZAH, THOMAS, JEMINA. MY LINE IS SAMUEL FLAKE,SR., ELIJAH MARRIED ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, DUDLEY MARRIED SYNTHIA HOWARD, AND THEIR DAUGHTER TABITHA ELIZABETH MARRIED JAMES G. OLIVE, MY GREAT GRANDS AND JAMES W. OLIVE MARRIED EMMA KEE.
THESE FAMILIES FROM ELIJAH DOWN WERE IN HENDERSON & CARROLL COUNTY TENN. MANY OF SAMUEL FLAKES CHILDREN WENT TO MISSISSIPPI.SOME WENT TO UTAH IN THE MORMAN MOVEMENT. PULL UP THE FLAKE NAME ON THE INTERNET AND YOU WILL FIND MUCH HISTORY ON THIS FAMILY. IF YOU ARE RELATED YOU HAVE A VERY RICH HERITAGE. I AM EVER AMAZED AT THE STORIES AND I HAVE READ ABOUT OUR ANCESTORS.
I CAN FAX YOU A COPY OF THE BOOK IF YOU HAVE A NUMBER. IT IS TO LONG TO TRANSMIT THIS WAY.
BETTY


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