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Uncle Darryl Makes History with over 6500 relatives to Adam

Updated January 7, 2006

Darryl Eley McDow
1110 Crawford Parkway
Portsmouth, Virginia 23704
United States
7573910353
darryl_eley@hotmail.com

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I guess this is the end of a beautiful quest. After battle with myself as a young man, I move away from the world to learn more about myself. I have asked my family to help me with this research but it seems hard for them so I did it. I needed to trace my family history and the reason for all the different things that I do from day to day. My name is Uncle Darryl, a professional genealogist, African American griot, and family historian and for the past 26 years, I have been tracing my family history. For many years, I have been promising a book but when you have the information that I have and like most genealogist, only one person is tracing the family history, try on these statistics, and you will understand my claim.
I have the names of over 6,500 relatives in the Bracy-Demaree-Mungo-McDow families of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. These names includes families such as the Bracy, Davis, Ungerhart, Bynum, Demaree, Demory, Parker, Moody, Rival, Gary, Mungo, Clyburn, Huey, Massey, James, Johnson, McDow, and many others families. I have the names of over 50 ancestors in the first six generations of my family. My history runs deep as I have trace the families of my four grandparents together.
Jessie Vera Bynum Faison is my maternal grandmother. Her family can be traced through her father, Silas Bynum, and mother Sarah Davis, who mother's family can be traced through a caucasion line to Europe and the De Bracy family of France. In my search for this line, I connected to many people of importance such as Charlesmagne, Pepin the Short, Rognvald Eysteinsson, Kenneth MacAlpin, William the Conqueror, and having connection to the throne of England , and of the royal families of Europe, today. With the connection to Epriota De Senlis of the royal families of France, I connected a family line that put my grandmother's family back to the dawn of time and to the Garden of Eden. This line gives details about the foundation of the earth. The family has cause me the create this large file.
John Demaree, was born in 1685, Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He sued for his freedom, and on June 11, 1711, with the court on his side was freed from bondage and gived his freedom paper will his former slavemaster was jailed. This family give you many colorful people such as the parkers, gary, Rivals, Moodys, and the many people of Jackson, North Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, and many other place. This is the history of my grandfather, Roger Gary's Family.
To finish the discussion of my family and can also give you my paternal background with the history of the Mungo and McDow family of Lancaster, South Carolina. With people such as Easter Mungo (my 2nd great grandmother, who lived to be 113 years old), Daisey Huey, Doc McDow, Ellie Clyburn, Joseph Mungo. My family is complete with many of the people who made me.
Now my family can look at what they are made of. This is the story of one of the largest multi-racial families in the world with connection to the royal families of France, Scotland, England, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Germany, with connection to Nigeria, Cameroon, Gambia, Senegambia, and the Congo. The family has connection to families in the Wacksaw, Blackfoot, Occoneeche, Apache, Catawba, Meherrin Indians. I am also the grandson of Noah, Sehm, Ham, and Japheth combined, Abraham, King David of Isreal, Solomon, Jehosaphat, and many other people of bible including two lines of the 12 tribes of Isreal. My life was chancged due to this research and these are my findings. And most of all, I am an African American of European and Native American descent. With 134 generation my family is one of the largest in the world. Check out my research.


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