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Col James Sanders of Augusta Va
Posted by: L McCraney (ID *****4960) Date: October 19, 2011 at 18:40:00
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Ok gang, I lost my computer and all my data, but I think I can help if your Col James Sanders of August Va.
James Sanders was sued by Henry Montgromery for taking Montgromerys daughter Polly away. This info is in an online book.
Col James Sanders helped Pollys father move to one of the southern states. And the info is listed genweb archives State where Montgomery moved.
Now gang Im trying to do this by memory, because I lost my ancestor program and having to start over.
Look at my Post for James sanders, his father was killed by Indians when James was five and James was taken captive. James mother Ann remarried ?? and in 1762 James and his two brother were sent by new husband to live with others.
All of this is available Vagenweb archives Augusta Va and there is a book,just cant remember the name right now, but I see if I can locate it again.
I also posted on this Sanders forum, I`ll see if I can find it.
Your Col James Sanders is same one I worked on. I have the Halifax Va James Sanders who married Medlock (MatlocK?) as well.
Go to Augusta Va, tons of data is there.
I didnt know where he disappeared until I read your post.


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