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FOUND: Huge Gen Chart of Ancest of Mary Lamar wife of Michael Sprigg s/o Osborn
Posted by: Mike Brown (ID *****7354) Date: May 12, 2004 at 22:39:25
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Wow, don't know where I got this but it looks old. Probably fell out of a genealogical book so it's not an original.

On the bottom of large approx 30"/30" page, tattered, taped in places are:

GENEALOGICAL CHART OF DIRECT ANCESTORS OF LUCY VIRGINIA LAMAR GORDON RALSTON, GRANDDAUGHTER OF MRS JAMES RIELY GORDON (NEE MARY LAMAR SPRIGG).

Loaded with info.

a "Note" on the bottom right hand corner says it all:

This chart includes 72 Kings, Emperors of England, West Saxon, Scotland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Castille, Leon, Navarre, Aragon, Superarabia, Bavaria, Lombardy, Constantinople, Jerusalem and Czar of Russia: and 4 Magna Carta Barons and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

The Sprigg genealogy on this chart:
Michael Sprigg (advocate of James Monroe, President of the US)
Cpt Osborn Sprigg- member of Maryland Convention of 1775...

Joseph Sprigg

Osborn Sprigg

Col Thomas Sprigg

Thomas Sprigg b 1630 d 1704

Oldest entry appears to be someone named "ceamlin", who appears to have been alive approx 150 yrs or so after Jesus. (No kidding)

Again, this is not an original hand written genealogical chart. it probably fell out of an old Genealogical book, probably of a family with the surname of Sprigg or Lamar or Ralston or Gordon.

Not sure of it's value, could be worthless but the info herein could be valuable to someone.

Will $end to whoever want$ it the mo$t.

mb

email to bluesriff7@aol.com


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