Mine went through Old Ninety Six, SC--at least my Dad's side did (Burson
or as the southerns say Busson). My Mom's side came straight from Henry Co,
TN to Johnson Co, TX.
They had a sister there waiting for them. Easterman.
Small world! Oh, the D.A. (Duke) Guinn might be a brother to my Johnson
Guinn. Haven't found the connection yet. In fact can't get Johnson back
any further though there was a Johnston Guinn in Jefferson Co, KY.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Wilson" <rfwilson(a)wimberley-tx.com>
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 4:21 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] Township-Range-Section Grid
> plats in Warren Co, GA.
Warren Co., GA is in my database as well. I will have to look up who went
> My names include: Guinn, Bucy, Hill, Pettipool/P.Pool, Bailey
I have one survey for a D. A. Guinn in Mar 1845 for 218a.
It seems like everyone went to or through Texas just like Pendleton
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