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Pulliam, Sewell or Braswell late 1700's NC or GA
Posted by: patsy ford childs (ID *****5101) Date: February 22, 2008 at 08:13:00
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Greenberry Sewell b. abt 1780 and his wife (Martha) Ann Braswell named a son "William Pulliam Sewell" b. 1836.

As far as can be determined, there weren't any Pulliams connected to the Sewell line.

I have not researched the Braswell line that much, but do believe that a "William Pulliam" had some type of connection to the Braswell line.

If anyone has a William Pulliam in their line who was in either NC, SC or GA during the mid to late 1700's, please check to see if you may have a Braswell (many different spellings of this name)in your line.

Also, What can anyone tell me about John Pulliam who married Agnes Allen. Agnes was my 6th great aunt.

With DNA testing how many different families of Pulliam are there so far?

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