User talk:Marshall Surratt



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jonahlee.ged Imported Successfully [6 August 2007]

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Cornelius Vannoy in Jackson Co., (W)VA [15 August 2008]

Marshall, I am a direct descendant of this man's father Cornelius Vannoy and wife, Catherine Yock to their son Benjamin in Calhoun Co., WV then thru Benjamin & 2nd wife Lucinda Boggs to their daughter Dianna Vannoy & Commodore Vannoy my fraternal grandparents.

How are you related?

Phyllis Vannoy Spiker 00:34, 15 August 2008 (EDT)

Lydia Vestal [5 September 2009]

My records indicate that Lydia, married to David Coble, was the daughter and one of 10 children born to Joseph Vestal and Elizabeth Hamilton. I also show Silas Vestal and Rachel Culberson with 12 children, none of them a Lydia.

As this line is one of my "distant branches", my information might be at fault. How accurate do you feel your information to be?

--Centralian 14:50, 5 September 2009 (EDT)

Surratt Research [29 June 2010]


I'm new to genealogy, but it appears that according to this: we can probably both trace our lineage back to common ancestors of Sarah Sarratt and John Mills. It is good to see that I can probably link my little tree into the greater "werelate" tree. Thanks for sharing your work!

-jason--Jason.surratt 22:36, 28 June 2010 (EDT)