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Re: James Jefferson LeVally, 1823, Ohio
Posted by: Marc A. LeValley Date: November 10, 1999 at 22:21:12
In Reply to: Re: James Jefferson LeVally, 1823, Ohio by Brian LeVally of 73

Hi Brian,
Checked genforum site and saw your posting. I am Marc LeValley, David's first cousin and your father, Donald George's second cousin. Your grandfather Forest "Frosty" was my grandfathers younger brother. I think I contacted you several years ago by phone, but not sure. (So many calls.)
I have been working on our family genealogy for about 14 years and tracted it back to 1775.
Some of info u have is wrong. Father, Clyde Forest LeVally Gr-Father, James John LeVally Gr grandf., George William LeVally Gr-Gr grandf, James Jefferson LeVally Gr-Gr-Gr grandf, George Thomas LaValla Gr-Gr-Gr-Gr grandf and Joseph LaValla head of ancester's in America's. Guy Carlton, William Burtis and Arthur Clifton were your gr-granf's brothers and sisters; Anna Belle and Cora May. James John, Guy Carlton, Arthur Clifton, Anna Belle and Cora May all buried in Hale. Clyde Forest (grandF) buried Ridgeway Cemetery. Have a lot more info if u need. Hope to hear from you. Marc


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