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Re: Peal > NC > KY
Posted by: Ron Peal Date: June 16, 2001 at 16:22:01
In Reply to: Peal > NC > KY by Penny of 111

I don't know if we have communicated before, but I have seen your name at different Peal sites, so I assume we are cousins somehow. I have given Horace Peele all my information and he was most helpful to me. Bird Peal was my grandfather--son of Leander (Lee Andrew) Peal---son of Dennis Peal---Son of Stephen Edward Peel and then Horace made some connections back to Lawrence Peele. I assume you have this. My father was Marshall Lee Peal and he died last year. I have been trying to track Edward back to the Revolutionary war. I found him listed as a Captain and wondered if that is how the Peals moved from Martin co NC to Trigg Co. I wondered if the Peel Preserve in KY was land that the family got from Rev. War service by Edward Peel. Also in KY Bibles there is a transcript of Stephen Edward Peal's bible that a man named Duckworth described and mentioned who owned it. You wouldn't happen to know where it is would you? I haven't had time to do much tracking or genealogy stuff this year as my 17 year old son is a senior in High school and I have been busy working to save money for his future tuition. If I can be of any help just ask. My mother is a Pippin and I also have a fair amount on her family. Both my parents were from outside Paducah, Monkey's Eyebrow (I love that name) Mom went to Heath High School.

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