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Ramsey /Hawkins

Reverend Haute Wyatt (Magna Charta Line)
Robert Albritton
Samuel Silas Jordan    
New Amsterdam    
Johan Andersson Stalcop    
American Revolution War of 1812 War Between the States
George King Nathaniel Hawthorne David Wardlaw Ramsey
Samuel Ramsey Joshua Richard Hawthorne (Company: 1 REGIMENT (CHAMBERS'), GEORGIA MILITIA Rank - Induction: PRIVATE Thomas Andrew Jackson Hawkins
William Ramsey   Louis Nashwell Adams
William Jordan   Eben Josiah Wells
William Brackin   Ephraim Oates
Dempsey Dowling        
Robert Dowling    
John Dowling              
Hugh Wardlaw                              
Abel Wilds    
Richard Regan    
John Hawthorne    
Abel Wilds    


Powhatan (Winanuske Matatiske)
Cleopatra (sister of Pocahontas) through the Vann line    
Pocahontas through the Pettus line    
Squirrel King of the Chickasaw    
John Howland    
John Tilley    
Roger Mallory (Magna Charta Line)    
Thomas Pettus    
Martin Palmer    
Francis West    
New Amsterdam    
Gerret Cornelisse van Nieuwkirk    
Jan Barentsen Kunst    
Cornelius Barentsen Slecht    
Margaret de Bourbon de Conde    
Thomas DeVane    
Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigny    
John (Colonel) "The Ranger" TALIAFERRO    
Thomas Pettus    
Roger Mallory    
Bacon's Rebellion    
John Cotton    
American Revolution War of 1812 War Between the States
Martin Palmer    Chillian Palmer Elkanah Burson
Hugh Wardlaw  David Gillis      David Gillis         
William Wardlaw   Abel Barge   Duncan Black Gillis
Abraham Newkirk  Lofton Cotton  Abraham Black
Paul Hartwell       John Jernigan    
Thomas Green Dixon     George Abel Barge
Lewis Barge    Gustavus Adolphus Bronson
James Wilson             
Ezekiel Slaughter    
Samuel Slaughter    
John DeVane    
World War I    
John Patrick Gillis    
World War II    
Elkanah George Burson, Jr. , MD    
Jean Bronson Gillis Burson    


  Can a first cousin, once removed, return?
  Cemetery: (n) A marble orchard not to be taken for granite.
  Crazy .... is a relative term in MY family.
  Genealogy: Chasing your own tale!
  Genealogy: It's all relative in the end anyway.
  Genealogy: Tracing yourself back to better people.
  I trace my family history so I will know who to blame.
  It's hard to be humble with ancestors like mine!
  Life takes it's toll. Have exact change ready!
  Searching for lost relatives? Win the Lottery!
  That's strange; half my ancestors are WOMEN!
  Do I even WANT ancestors? Some I found I wish I could lose.
  Every family tree has some sap in it.
  FLOOR: (n) The place for storing your priceless genealogy records.
  Friends come and go, but relatives tend to accumulate.
  Genealogists do it in the library.
  Genealogists live in the past lane.
  Genealogists never die, they just loose their roots.
  Genealogy: A hay stack full of needles. It's the threads I need.
  Genealogy: Collecting dead relatives and sometimes a live cousin!
  Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living.
  Heredity: Everyone believes in it until their children act like fools!
  I looked at my family tree ... there were two dogs using it.
  I think my family tree is a few branches short of full bloom.
  Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards.
  My ancestors are hiding in a witness protection program.
  My family tree is a few branches short!
  Research: What I'm doing, when I don't know what I'm doing.
  Take nothing but ancestors, leave nothing but records.
  Theory of relativity: If you go back far enough, we're all related.
  "May you ask the right question of the right person at the right time."
  "Genealogy it's not just a hobby, it's a way of life!"



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