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We may be related about six different ways. I have a Stell line which married into Johnsons which married into Wadsworths. I don't know anything about a Stell-King connection, but there is a Bailey-King connection. Worthey Oliver Bailey, son of James Bailey and Elizabeth Gressom (and grandson of Nathaniel) married Sarah Minerva "Sally" King 3-2-1852 Gwinnett Co. My mother was Dorothy Ozelle Bailey, d/o George Shelton Bailey and Katie Asalee Tant.
Grandfather Bailey was s/o James Oliver Bailey and Martha Jane Westbrooks. J. O. was s/o David M. Bailey and Mary Shelton. David was s/o James Bailey and Elizabeth Gressom, and a brother to Worthey Oliver (who went by W. O.) I'm also kin to the Westbrooks. My gr-grandmother Bailey was Martha Jane Westbrooks, sister to George and oldest child of Joshua Hudson Westbrooks and Castletine Melissa "Cassie" Coggins. How did you track down who Nathaniel Bailey's wife was? I am kin one way or another to every Bailey, Westbrooks, and Coggins in Gwinnett County. George Westbrooks died before I was born, but I knew his son Fletcher well. Fletcher had the 1918 Model T Ford that George Westbrooks bought new. Fletcher passed the car down to his son George, who still had the car the last I heard. Fletcher told me in 1977 that his father's Model T had only been out of Gwinnett and Hall Counties one time since it was bought new. Fletcher said that he drove it to Dalton in 1932 for the Dollar family reunion.