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    1  Re: bruner  - Angela Y Walton-Raji
    Ok gotcha! I see that Scipio Bruner lived around Brackettville TX, and he was also one of the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts! He has a fascinating history actually. The Scipio that I see in TX was the s..

    2  Re: bruner - Charles G Gibson
    This was tricky one for me two.Scipio lived between 1859 and 4-9-1909. He was born in either Ilandover,Mexico or Beardon,Ok. I found him on the 1900 U.S census for township 4, Choctaw Nation,Indian Te..

    3  Re: bruner - Angela Y Walton-Raji
    Note that there is no Scipio Bruner on the Dawes Roll. When and where did Scipio Bruner live?..

    4  Re: bruner - Angela Y Walton-Raji
    Can you state more about Scipio Bruner?..

    5  bruner - Charles G Gibson
    Any heard of a connection between Caesar Bruner and Scipio Bruner..

    6  Re: Mcintosh Family - Michelle H
    my Grandmother is a McIntosh from Texas. Her parents were John and Lucille and I believe that John's father is also named John. I am having a hard time trying to find information...

    7  Profile pic and Art from your DNA - Zoe Nagy
    Hello, Please check out our new DNA products: Generate a profile picture based on your DNA. https://dna.smartapps.icu Generate truly unique art based on your DNA. https://dnaart.smartapps.icu Cheers, ..

    8  Re: Walden's ...North Carolina & Ohio - Renate Sanders
    Hi, Art! I am researching an Augustus Dudley Walden, of Northampton County, NC, for a client and this thread came to me in a search. I'm interested in knowing if you ever found resolution and your con..

    9  Re: Black Names In America:Orgins& Usage - tea brick
    from the Cleveland public library online - Newbell Niles Puckett list https://cplorg.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p4014coll9/id/450/ ------------------------------------- I'm still doing rese..

    10  Re: Langston Chevez or Cheves - tea brick
    Greetings, the Homecoming was supposed to be in Indiana July 2020 with the recent turn of events, I'm still waiting to see if they will be rescheduling this. t.b. check for more information here Rober..

    11  Re: North Carolina 19th century Wills and Probate - gregory baker
    Thanks so much for the info, that is really helpful. I will seek the probate record. PS: Your family members are in my family records, so thanks again CUZ!!!..

    12  Re: 1792 Opelousas census of free mulattos and neg - tea brick
    Hello , I have 15 different with this surname as DNA Cousin matches most come from Opelousas, St Landry Parish, La. from 1700s- to present. They are connected to the surname Sonnier, Berotte,Lacasse, ..

    13  Re: North Carolina 19th century Wills and Probate - Deloris Williams
    In NC, as with any location, people named as heirs (which I believe you mean when you say benefactors) were living at the time that the wills were written. However, as in any case, while they could ha..

    14  [SC] Martin"s of Fairfield SC  - tea brick
    Her journey to Charleston began in a slave ship. Her family legacy is a story in triumph. Somehow, Trasie survived. Stolen from her family and carried across the ocean, the young West African woman ar..

    15  Re: Union Parish, LA. - Carolyn Engledow
    Lynden, my mom and late cousin Lillie Mae Peevy Snowden always said we were double-kin. I took the Ancestry.com DNA test last year. Their story is confirmed by my DNA Ancestral lineage. In addition, I..



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