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Mckinstry/Wilder/Mayhew/Hinton/Billup of Picken county ,Ala

Updated July 11, 2009

james e mckinstry
10123 mustang drive
northport, AL 35473/8148
United States
Fax: 205-339-5187

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Family Members cover in this brief entries of this text, offer a gateway to further study. Along with carefully distilled information on each family member. I storngly recommend that any member who had a sincerely interested in learning about family members ,take the time to share your information so other family members could contact you with their information of our Ancestry past . Our Legacy has been passed down though Oral Traditions ,though Stories,Myth told by Our Parnets, GrandParnets and Others Family Members. As we embark upon the task of putting together thisAncestry past. Much with absolute factual proof positive facts from ,Census Records , Marry Licenses,Birth,And Death record and Church Record . !!!"(Our journey begin with a slave in which I gave a given name of "Eve Genesis Born in 1780"by the Record of the 1860 Census she was 80 year old at the time of the census and
because on slave name was on the Slave Inhabitants list only the owner is given Thomas McKinstry of South Carlina)"!!!
She had two known son Sol And Lewis McKinstry as printed on the 1870 census along with their Childern.Also the Wilder /Hinton/Mayhew /Bonner/and other Family members.So the journey begin with proof positive facts from the 1870 Census thur the 1930 Census .Therefore the follwing data has been compiled by James Mckinstry to give you a synopic understanding of what had transpired . This history is written based upon the Census , Marry Licenses , Birth ,Death ,and Church Record . along with actual Verbal , Audio , Video interveiw I personal conducted . This Information is free to any one that had a intrerest in and want information on and will share for free with Family members . The Reader should keep in mind that there are many gaps in this history , I pray one day will be fill . It is my hope that Family members who read this and individuals contact me and provide information ot fill in these gaps .

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  • Sarah Eve Geneis (81 KB)
    Slave Inhabitants in the Southern District in the County of Pickens County , Al. . on the 21 Aug 1860

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