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children of Robert & Deborah Jackson McGinty
Posted by: Robert McGinty (ID *****4146) Date: November 11, 2003 at 05:58:22
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A serious study of the children of Robert and Deborah
Jackson McGinty is being done by the posting person.
There were about 13 children born to this couple the
eldest being Joseph Jackson who was born in 1772 in
North Carolina. This Joseph Jackson was my GG Grfather.
Josephs' siblings appears to have lived in Georgia from
late 1770s. Joseph married a Elizabeth Hood and moved
to Southern Mississippi in about 1805. Joseph and Elizabeth
had about five or six children before the marriage
ended in the early 1830s. E.H. McGinty of Yazoo Co MS
b. abt 1828 corresponded with a half brother Thomas
McGinty of Faulkner Co Ar in the 1880s. I have copies of
some of their correspondence and they shed a lot of light
on their immediate families but not their own siblings.
If you are a descendant of Robert & Deborah please email
me or write me at: Robert McGinty 725 North Grand Ave
McRae, Ar. or email me at mcbob@centurytel.net
The brothers and sisters of Joseph Jackson McGinty have
descendants all over the country and their whereabouts
would be interesting




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