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Angelina Lucinda Winchester Davis lived to be 107 years old. From age 56 lived with only one kidney. She was born one of 11 children, in Georgia, on 27 Sep 1875. She outlived all of her siblings by many years. She married Simon Drew Davis on 7 Jan 1900. He died on 1 May 1937. So, when she died on 13 May 1982 she had been a widow for 45 years. Winchester line.

Lucinda Angeline (Cindy) (Winchester) Davis- My Grandmother's cousin, sister of 'Lum' Winchester

A CD collection of the genealogy reference maps published by Family Tree Magazine, plus beautiful historical cartography that'll appeal to any genealogy or history buff.

Map Collection CD

A CD collection of the genealogy reference maps published by Family Tree Magazine, plus beautiful historical cartography that'll appeal to any genealogy or history buff.

Annie Matilda (Brewer) and John T. Dyar. Photo taken in 1920's at Corinth Community, Oconee County, SC. He was from Georgia but they made their home near her family in Oconee County, South Carolina. Annie (1858-1929) is related through the Thomas line.

Annie Matilda (Brewer) and John T. Photo taken in at Corinth Community, Oconee County, SC. He was from Georgia but they made their home near her family in Oconee County, South Carolina. Annie is related through the Thomas line.

VARINA PLANTATION, Henrico County, Virgina.  Original home of John Rolfe, built in 1619.  Later home of A.M. Aiken and renamed Aiken's Landing. http://barrchrismancunninghamakinancestry.blogspot.com/

Original home of John Rolfe, built in Later home of A. Aiken and renamed Aiken's Landing.

King Malcolm II Mackenneth of Scotland (970-1034), my 31st AND 34th great-grandfathers through three different daughters--crazy.

King Malcolm II of Scotland, or Máel Coluim mac Cináeda King of Alba. 1034 (My Great Grandfather)

James Hopkins Adams (1812-1861) South Carolina Governor. He served as a Democrat in the South Carolina House of Representatives for six terms between 1834 and 1849, and in the State Senate from 1850 to 1853. In 1854, he was elected Governor of South Carolina, serving until 1856. In 1860, he signed the Ordinance of Secession, the first official act of the Civil War. Arledge/Mills line.

James Hopkins Adams (1812-1861) South Carolina Governor. He served as a Democrat in the South Carolina House of Representatives for six terms between 1834 and 1849, and in the State Senate from 1850 to 1853. In 1854, he was elected Governor of South Carolina, serving until 1856. In 1860, he signed the Ordinance of Secession, the first official act of the Civil War. Arledge/Mills line.

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