Re: Wainwright-POWG-3/last - Reestomer
Subject: Re: Wainwright-POWG-3/last
From: Reestomer
Date: December 19, 1999

In a message dated 12/19/1999 8:59:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
[email protected] writes:

 [email protected] wrote:
>  Hi! My mother's family was a big complicated one of many surnames which
>  dwelt in Edgefield County SC from roughly 1750 onwards. One of the names
>  is Lowrey.  I have heard that there are variants of the same name
>  spelled also as Lowry and Lowery and also other ways sometimes. Could
>  your Lowery people have been in that area during the period before and
>  since about 1800? If so I have a little bit of the family of my great
>  grandmother who was Amina Frances Lowrey which i could send to you.
>           Best Regards, 
>               Bill Q.
Hi Bill,  My Lowry  were from Jehu (John) Lowry b. abt 1735 in Ireland, d. 6 
June, 1800 in Willow Creek, SC. He married  Deborah Lydia Jane Bethea.  She 
is my 5th great grandmtr??? Is this your line?
Willow Creek is (I think) near Georgetown. SC.  The line includes by marriage 
the Pilkington's, Gregg's, Askins', Woodrow's, Matthews.

Ree in Tennessee
"If you can't get rid of the family skelton, may as well make it dance."
said George Bernard Shaw...Sounds good to me, "Boogie on !!!!"  Ree

Surnames I'm researching:
NC-Meeks, Sutton, Nobles, Wainwright
SC-Matthews, Askins, Pilkington, Woodrow, Gregg, Bethea, Lowery
LA?-Graham. Haile

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