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Re: Obediah Fultz of Carter Co., KY
Posted by: Russ Haynes (ID *****9351) Date: September 04, 2010 at 08:42:18
In Reply to: Re: Obediah Fultz of Carter Co., KY by Rach Powell of 789

Thanks for the reply.
I have, what I consider, sufficient Fultz family history, but I'm trying to complete an application to the Sons of the Americian Revolution and need to document the link between Obediah Fultz and his son Robert Fultz.

The SAR will not accept just a list of family, usually seen, unless it is, of course, a 100 years old and manually typed with a typewriter, and maybe not even then, depending how it is documented. What SAR will accept is a Will, probate, Deed or some other original document with the names of the individuals and the inference they are father and son.

So far, I have found Obediah and Martha's grave, and even a big, impressive genealogy on the Blankenships, including the Fultz line, but there is no Will or probate and I have not be able to find a deed that states or infers the relation between Obediah and Robert his son.

Proving a blood line can be frustrating, but if you do it, very rewarding. So, if anyone out there has any of the documents indicated above, please reply. I would greatly appreciated it.
Russell Haynes
Arroyo Grande, CA
Reply to: RNHaynes@aol.com





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