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Re: Harley's of Orangeburg County
Posted by: Lewis Waters (ID *****2223) Date: April 14, 2007 at 09:30:33
In Reply to: Re: Harley's of Orangeburg County by June Gardner of 662

Dont know what the B. was for. I think the name was Emmoline mahala. The 1850 census show her as emmoline and living with Mary and a younger sister, Mary, between 4 hole swamp and Orangeburg. Mary was head of household and listed as a planter with a 1000 acres. Obviously she could easily have supported both boys.

I think John B. left the area under a cloud of some kind and may have been reluctant to use his name often after he left. I have found a John B. in Alabama living single as a farmer but dont know that this is same John B. Lets stay in touch as we go down this rabbit trail. I am in Inman, SC and this is my wife's gggrandfather. I havent spent much time researching this line.


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