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    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800
    2. William Lindsey
    3. Sue, thank you for the clarification. Yes, I had understood that you think it's very likely that Rachel is a daughter of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice. I think you've put the pieces of the puzzle together very convincingly, and understand why you'd also want to find further documented verification.  It was the Quaker Archives at Guilford College I was recommending. I've found some very good information in them about the family of John's brother William — pieces of information I haven't found elsewhere. To the best of my recollection, I don't think I looked for information about the family of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice when I visited those archives in the past. I'm wondering if there might be information about the children of John and Sarah in those archives, especially in minutes from monthly meetings and quarterly meetings. William D. Lindsey On Friday, August 2, 2019, 10:58:41 AM CDT, Sue D <sodixey@hotmail.com> wrote: William, Let me make sure I am crystal clear.  Through DNA testing and ThruLines it seems apparent and obvious to my eyes that either the mother or the father of my Rachel was biologically a child of a Brazelton.  I pondered if Sarah was a Brazelton by birth but inside the family of John and Sarah there really isnt a spot for her to fit in the birth order.  I did not automatically decide her dad was a Brazelton, I was open to either parent being the Brazelton source. The marriage record of Sarah Brazelton marrying William Ford leads me to think Sarah's name was Brazelton by marriage.  That further supports the claim in the family diary that Rachel's mother was Mrs. Ford who was a young widow when she married Mr. Ford.  Does one refer to a widow in referring to a woman who was not married at the time?? So what I am left with are bits and pieces.  What I feel fairly confident about is that Rachel's father is a son of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice. It seems they had children from 1770-1781, depending on the tree you look at could be as many as 8 if you include all 3 sons. My aunt has a 55cMs segment of DNA to match who descends from a daughter of John and Sarah.  So with that much DNA at the distance it would be, the DNA link is solid.  When I compare shared matches at Ancestry many of them with public trees take me to a "child" within the John B Sarah Justice family unit.  That is what convinced me I was in the right immediate family unit. So I feel confident I have a proper set of grandparents for Rachel, but I have yet to find the paper proof I would need to show it is a slam dunk. I did pursue what I could find online, in the Quaker records and came up empty.  I did look at the Guilford County website but since I don’t have a surname for Sarah I cant narrow down the field of possible surnames.    I have William as a placeholder in my tree for the time being.  I know I am in the ballpark for sure. I appreciate your assistance. -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Friday, August 2, 2019 9:31 AM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800 Sue, this is fascinating information. I wish I had some pieces of information to send you, but haven't done sufficient research on this family. I have visited the grave of John (1741-1781) at Springfield Friends' meeting house in Guilford County, and saw both the current gravestone marking his grave and the earlier one that was, when I went there, stored under the meeting house. A lady who was giving tours at that time kindly showed me the old stone under the meeting house. I don't seem to have a record of John's and Sarah's sons Edward and William, so you have material I don't have — you obviously know a lot more about that family than I do, I should say. One thought: there are really good archives at Guilford College. They have a lot of the old Quaker records (or copies of them) from that region. I wonder if more is to be found about William and his brothers in those records. My understanding is that the Quaker community in Guilford County has long thought John Brazelton was not a Quaker, but his children and wife Sarah surely do seem to have been — and John's brother William, who also moved from Frederick County, Maryland, to Guilford County, North Carolina, was definitely a Quaker and continued to be one up to the end of his life in Jefferson County, Tennessee. The records of the monthly and quarterly meetings often have valuable genealogical information in them — more than is transcribed in indexed like Hinshaw's index to Quaker records — and I'm wondering if you might find some more information about John and Sarah's sons in them. Just a thought. William D. Lindsey     On Thursday, August 1, 2019, 10:21:14 PM CDT, Sue D <sodixey@hotmail.com> wrote: Hi William and Brazelton researchers. I am going to toss my information out here while others are doing so also. My Rachel Brazelton was b. 1796/7 in NC she d. in TX in 1866.  Her mother, Sarah is thought to have been born in abt. 1779/80 in NC.  Rachel marries William Viser, most likely in 1814/5, since most of the family was in MontgomeryCo, TN at the time, we presume there. From a family diary we 'believe' Sarah married a Mr. Brazelton, had Rachel, an only child, and then he died.  The family diary refers to Sarah being a young widowThen Mrs. Sarah Brazelton married a William Ford in Oct.1800. The marriage to Ford took place in GuilfordCo, NC.  A Jonathan Armfield signed the marriage bond with William Ford.  Ralph Gonnell also signed it but it seems he had GuilfordCo, NC elected position of some kind. Based on the DNA testing of several of my family members,who are immediate, 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins,  I have been able to determine that the father of Rachel Brazelton would be a son of John Brazelton b. 1741 d. 1781 and Sarah Justice b. 1752.  John died at the hands of the Torries at the Battle of Guilford House during the American Revolution.  John and Sarah had at least 8 children of which three were sons, Edward b. 1770, John b. 1776 and William b. 1777.  Edward may have married Thersa Adams and moved to KY?? John married Sarah Bradley ( daughter of William Bradley and Rachel Farmer) and moves to Vermillion, IL They have 10 children?.  Our best guess is William is the father of my Rachel.  He is the only male who is named in several trees and seems to just "disappear" off the radar.  Sarah then married Alexander Ferguson and likely had a son.  I have been provided a copy of a will for Sarah Justice Brazelton Ferguson. My brick wall is the wife of William Brazelton.  We know she is Sarah. There is no marriage record for William B. and Sarah.  After Sarah marries William Ford they move to TN, likely the DavidsonCo, TN area.  William Ford and other male relatives ( Visers and Fowlers)  are found in W. of 1812  in Bryans, Bradleys and Halls units.  William and Sarah have 4 Ford sons in TN before settling in TX where in 1852 Sarah dies. I am most interested in hearing from anyone who descends from the children of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice.  I have solid DNA matches to children of John and Sarah, siblings of John and siblings of Sarah.  That is how I am able to deduce I am in looking inside the proper family unit.  The are known to have only 3 sons. If John and Sarah Justice Brazelton are in your pedigree I welcome hearing from you, especially if you have any information that would be of help in my research. Sue -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 7:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of  Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. 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    08/02/2019 10:40:13
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800
    2. Sue D
    3. William, Let me make sure I am crystal clear. Through DNA testing and ThruLines it seems apparent and obvious to my eyes that either the mother or the father of my Rachel was biologically a child of a Brazelton. I pondered if Sarah was a Brazelton by birth but inside the family of John and Sarah there really isnt a spot for her to fit in the birth order. I did not automatically decide her dad was a Brazelton, I was open to either parent being the Brazelton source. The marriage record of Sarah Brazelton marrying William Ford leads me to think Sarah's name was Brazelton by marriage. That further supports the claim in the family diary that Rachel's mother was Mrs. Ford who was a young widow when she married Mr. Ford. Does one refer to a widow in referring to a woman who was not married at the time?? So what I am left with are bits and pieces. What I feel fairly confident about is that Rachel's father is a son of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice. It seems they had children from 1770-1781, depending on the tree you look at could be as many as 8 if you include all 3 sons. My aunt has a 55cMs segment of DNA to match who descends from a daughter of John and Sarah. So with that much DNA at the distance it would be, the DNA link is solid. When I compare shared matches at Ancestry many of them with public trees take me to a "child" within the John B Sarah Justice family unit. That is what convinced me I was in the right immediate family unit. So I feel confident I have a proper set of grandparents for Rachel, but I have yet to find the paper proof I would need to show it is a slam dunk. I did pursue what I could find online, in the Quaker records and came up empty. I did look at the Guilford County website but since I don’t have a surname for Sarah I cant narrow down the field of possible surnames. I have William as a placeholder in my tree for the time being. I know I am in the ballpark for sure. I appreciate your assistance. -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Friday, August 2, 2019 9:31 AM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800 Sue, this is fascinating information. I wish I had some pieces of information to send you, but haven't done sufficient research on this family. I have visited the grave of John (1741-1781) at Springfield Friends' meeting house in Guilford County, and saw both the current gravestone marking his grave and the earlier one that was, when I went there, stored under the meeting house. A lady who was giving tours at that time kindly showed me the old stone under the meeting house. I don't seem to have a record of John's and Sarah's sons Edward and William, so you have material I don't have — you obviously know a lot more about that family than I do, I should say. One thought: there are really good archives at Guilford College. They have a lot of the old Quaker records (or copies of them) from that region. I wonder if more is to be found about William and his brothers in those records. My understanding is that the Quaker community in Guilford County has long thought John Brazelton was not a Quaker, but his children and wife Sarah surely do seem to have been — and John's brother William, who also moved from Frederick County, Maryland, to Guilford County, North Carolina, was definitely a Quaker and continued to be one up to the end of his life in Jefferson County, Tennessee. The records of the monthly and quarterly meetings often have valuable genealogical information in them — more than is transcribed in indexed like Hinshaw's index to Quaker records — and I'm wondering if you might find some more information about John and Sarah's sons in them. Just a thought. William D. Lindsey On Thursday, August 1, 2019, 10:21:14 PM CDT, Sue D <sodixey@hotmail.com> wrote: Hi William and Brazelton researchers. I am going to toss my information out here while others are doing so also. My Rachel Brazelton was b. 1796/7 in NC she d. in TX in 1866. Her mother, Sarah is thought to have been born in abt. 1779/80 in NC. Rachel marries William Viser, most likely in 1814/5, since most of the family was in MontgomeryCo, TN at the time, we presume there. From a family diary we 'believe' Sarah married a Mr. Brazelton, had Rachel, an only child, and then he died. The family diary refers to Sarah being a young widowThen Mrs. Sarah Brazelton married a William Ford in Oct.1800. The marriage to Ford took place in GuilfordCo, NC. A Jonathan Armfield signed the marriage bond with William Ford. Ralph Gonnell also signed it but it seems he had GuilfordCo, NC elected position of some kind. Based on the DNA testing of several of my family members,who are immediate, 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins, I have been able to determine that the father of Rachel Brazelton would be a son of John Brazelton b. 1741 d. 1781 and Sarah Justice b. 1752. John died at the hands of the Torries at the Battle of Guilford House during the American Revolution. John and Sarah had at least 8 children of which three were sons, Edward b. 1770, John b. 1776 and William b. 1777. Edward may have married Thersa Adams and moved to KY?? John married Sarah Bradley ( daughter of William Bradley and Rachel Farmer) and moves to Vermillion, IL They have 10 children?. Our best guess is William is the father of my Rachel. He is the only male who is named in several trees and seems to just "disappear" off the radar. Sarah then married Alexander Ferguson and likely had a son. I have been provided a copy of a will for Sarah Justice Brazelton Ferguson. My brick wall is the wife of William Brazelton. We know she is Sarah. There is no marriage record for William B. and Sarah. After Sarah marries William Ford they move to TN, likely the DavidsonCo, TN area. William Ford and other male relatives ( Visers and Fowlers) are found in W. of 1812 in Bryans, Bradleys and Halls units. William and Sarah have 4 Ford sons in TN before settling in TX where in 1852 Sarah dies. I am most interested in hearing from anyone who descends from the children of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice. I have solid DNA matches to children of John and Sarah, siblings of John and siblings of Sarah. That is how I am able to deduce I am in looking inside the proper family unit. The are known to have only 3 sons. If John and Sarah Justice Brazelton are in your pedigree I welcome hearing from you, especially if you have any information that would be of help in my research. Sue -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 7:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. 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    08/02/2019 09:58:29
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800
    2. William Lindsey
    3. Sue, this is fascinating information. I wish I had some pieces of information to send you, but haven't done sufficient research on this family. I have visited the grave of John (1741-1781) at Springfield Friends' meeting house in Guilford County, and saw both the current gravestone marking his grave and the earlier one that was, when I went there, stored under the meeting house. A lady who was giving tours at that time kindly showed me the old stone under the meeting house. I don't seem to have a record of John's and Sarah's sons Edward and William, so you have material I don't have — you obviously know a lot more about that family than I do, I should say. One thought: there are really good archives at Guilford College. They have a lot of the old Quaker records (or copies of them) from that region. I wonder if more is to be found about William and his brothers in those records. My understanding is that the Quaker community in Guilford County has long thought John Brazelton was not a Quaker, but his children and wife Sarah surely do seem to have been — and John's brother William, who also moved from Frederick County, Maryland, to Guilford County, North Carolina, was definitely a Quaker and continued to be one up to the end of his life in Jefferson County, Tennessee. The records of the monthly and quarterly meetings often have valuable genealogical information in them — more than is transcribed in indexed like Hinshaw's index to Quaker records — and I'm wondering if you might find some more information about John and Sarah's sons in them. Just a thought. William D. Lindsey On Thursday, August 1, 2019, 10:21:14 PM CDT, Sue D <sodixey@hotmail.com> wrote: Hi William and Brazelton researchers. I am going to toss my information out here while others are doing so also. My Rachel Brazelton was b. 1796/7 in NC she d. in TX in 1866.  Her mother, Sarah is thought to have been born in abt. 1779/80 in NC.  Rachel marries William Viser, most likely in 1814/5, since most of the family was in MontgomeryCo, TN at the time, we presume there. From a family diary we 'believe' Sarah married a Mr. Brazelton, had Rachel, an only child, and then he died.  The family diary refers to Sarah being a young widowThen Mrs. Sarah Brazelton married a William Ford in Oct.1800. The marriage to Ford took place in GuilfordCo, NC.  A Jonathan Armfield signed the marriage bond with William Ford.  Ralph Gonnell also signed it but it seems he had GuilfordCo, NC elected position of some kind. Based on the DNA testing of several of my family members,who are immediate, 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins,  I have been able to determine that the father of Rachel Brazelton would be a son of John Brazelton b. 1741 d. 1781 and Sarah Justice b. 1752.  John died at the hands of the Torries at the Battle of Guilford House during the American Revolution.  John and Sarah had at least 8 children of which three were sons, Edward b. 1770, John b. 1776 and William b. 1777.  Edward may have married Thersa Adams and moved to KY?? John married Sarah Bradley ( daughter of William Bradley and Rachel Farmer) and moves to Vermillion, IL They have 10 children?.  Our best guess is William is the father of my Rachel.  He is the only male who is named in several trees and seems to just "disappear" off the radar.  Sarah then married Alexander Ferguson and likely had a son.  I have been provided a copy of a will for Sarah Justice Brazelton Ferguson. My brick wall is the wife of William Brazelton.  We know she is Sarah. There is no marriage record for William B. and Sarah.  After Sarah marries William Ford they move to TN, likely the DavidsonCo, TN area.  William Ford and other male relatives ( Visers and Fowlers)  are found in W. of 1812  in Bryans, Bradleys and Halls units.  William and Sarah have 4 Ford sons in TN before settling in TX where in 1852 Sarah dies. I am most interested in hearing from anyone who descends from the children of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice.  I have solid DNA matches to children of John and Sarah, siblings of John and siblings of Sarah.  That is how I am able to deduce I am in looking inside the proper family unit.  The are known to have only 3 sons. If John and Sarah Justice Brazelton are in your pedigree I welcome hearing from you, especially if you have any information that would be of help in my research. Sue -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 7:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of  Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. 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    08/02/2019 08:31:04
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: BRAZELTON GENEALOGY
    2. William Lindsey
    3. Glenn, it's great to hear from you. You've made an important breakthrough with the DNA testing. I think you are exactly right, that the Y-DNA profile of our Brazelton/Braselton family is what your DNA test shows — R-M269. I know of one other Braselton male who has taken a Y-DNA test, and his results show that he's R1b1b2a1a2f*. I am far from an expert in genetic genealogy, but if I am not mistaken, these are two different designations for the very same Y-DNA group. I think that the R1b1b2a1a2f* classification may actually show that families with that Y-DNA belong to the group associated with the Northern Irish king Niall of the Nine Hostages? I understand that that DNA profile is very common in some areas of Northern Ireland and Scotland. But, again, I really don't know nearly as much about DNA as I should, and I could be misunderstanding what I'm reading about all of this. It's definitely interesting that both you and the other Braselton man about whom I know, has done a DNA test, have matching DNA. I do not actually know the person who has done the DNA test, by the way. It was his brother who told me about it. His brother Robert Braselton has been in touch with me for some time about family history, and has been really active in filling in information about the Braselton family on Find a Grave memorial pages. He and his brothers Ronald and Roger (one of whom did a DNA test, but I am not sure which of the two) are sons of Judson Vernon Braselton (1923-2000). As I myself do, they descend from Jacob Braselton Jr. (1785-1849), a son of Jacob Braselton and Mary Bryson. I descend from Jacob Jr.'s son William H. Braselton (1816-1854), and they are from William's brother Perry Davis Braselton (1827-1910), who moved from Jackson Co., Georgia, to Haynesville, Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, with wife America Elizabeth Camp. I am not sure what testing group Robert Braselton's brother did his test with. Thank you for providing your FTDNA kit number. I've done both Y-DNA and autosomal tests with FTDNA, and my kit number is 230106, in case having it would help you and others make use of my results to pursue further Brazelton/Braselton matches. Since I'm not a Y-DNA Brazelton/Braselton, my Y-DNA wouldn't be of much help, I think, but my autosomal results might be useful — and I do find that Ancestry's Thru Lines (I did an autosomal test there, too) are showing me with many matches to known descendants of John Brazelton (d. 1788) and his son Jacob Braselton. William D. Lindsey On Thursday, August 1, 2019, 9:18:04 PM CDT, Glenn Brazelton <gbraze@cox.net> wrote: William,     Good to hear from you ... it's been a long time.  Really enjoyed your article and glad to see you were able to make some significant progress in your research on Hannah Green.     I been moving slowly on my Brazelton lines, and actually spending more time on several other lines, including Everson/Iverson lines in Norway, Modeen/Moden lines in Sweden, and my mother's genealogy in Scotland.      However, a couple of months ago I decided to go beyond the generic Ancestry DNA test.  I subscribed to a Family Tree DNA test, specifically the Y-DNA 67 test to try obtain more fidelity on the European origins of John Brazelton of Little Pipe Creek, east of Frederick, Maryland.  I have a long way to go in getting smarter on how to interpret all the data they provided, but here's a few bits that I can uncover so far:     * I am a member of Haplogroup R-M269, and believe all male Brazeltons/Braseltons should be members of that same Haplogroup.     * My kit number is 905166 and I can provide other researchers with access to this information.     * For the 67 markers, I find only 1 individual with a very close match, and that is James A Brazelton, who I still need to contact.     * From the matches and the matches map, my DNA ancestors are spread across Ireland, Northern Ireland, England & Scotland ... and isolated numbers in other areas.     * The largest cluster of earliest ancestors appears to be in southeastern Ireland, around Wexford.      Hope to hear more from you in the coming weeks.     Regards, Glenn -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey [mailto:wdlindsy@swbell.net] Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 8:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of  Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. 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    08/02/2019 07:58:59
    1. [BRAZELTON] Rachel Brazelton(1797-1866), daughter of Sarah MNU 1780-1852 and William Brazelton 1777-1800
    2. Sue D
    3. Hi William and Brazelton researchers. I am going to toss my information out here while others are doing so also. My Rachel Brazelton was b. 1796/7 in NC she d. in TX in 1866. Her mother, Sarah is thought to have been born in abt. 1779/80 in NC. Rachel marries William Viser, most likely in 1814/5, since most of the family was in MontgomeryCo, TN at the time, we presume there. From a family diary we 'believe' Sarah married a Mr. Brazelton, had Rachel, an only child, and then he died. The family diary refers to Sarah being a young widowThen Mrs. Sarah Brazelton married a William Ford in Oct.1800. The marriage to Ford took place in GuilfordCo, NC. A Jonathan Armfield signed the marriage bond with William Ford. Ralph Gonnell also signed it but it seems he had GuilfordCo, NC elected position of some kind. Based on the DNA testing of several of my family members,who are immediate, 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins, I have been able to determine that the father of Rachel Brazelton would be a son of John Brazelton b. 1741 d. 1781 and Sarah Justice b. 1752. John died at the hands of the Torries at the Battle of Guilford House during the American Revolution. John and Sarah had at least 8 children of which three were sons, Edward b. 1770, John b. 1776 and William b. 1777. Edward may have married Thersa Adams and moved to KY?? John married Sarah Bradley ( daughter of William Bradley and Rachel Farmer) and moves to Vermillion, IL They have 10 children?. Our best guess is William is the father of my Rachel. He is the only male who is named in several trees and seems to just "disappear" off the radar. Sarah then married Alexander Ferguson and likely had a son. I have been provided a copy of a will for Sarah Justice Brazelton Ferguson. My brick wall is the wife of William Brazelton. We know she is Sarah. There is no marriage record for William B. and Sarah. After Sarah marries William Ford they move to TN, likely the DavidsonCo, TN area. William Ford and other male relatives ( Visers and Fowlers) are found in W. of 1812 in Bryans, Bradleys and Halls units. William and Sarah have 4 Ford sons in TN before settling in TX where in 1852 Sarah dies. I am most interested in hearing from anyone who descends from the children of John Brazelton and Sarah Justice. I have solid DNA matches to children of John and Sarah, siblings of John and siblings of Sarah. That is how I am able to deduce I am in looking inside the proper family unit. The are known to have only 3 sons. If John and Sarah Justice Brazelton are in your pedigree I welcome hearing from you, especially if you have any information that would be of help in my research. Sue -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 7:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 09:20:58
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835)
    2. ann
    3. thank you for the information. a.s. -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey <wdlindsy@swbell.net> To: brazelton@rootsweb.com <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 7:04 pm Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of  Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810.  Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register.  There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies.  Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758.   Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 08:18:23
    1. [BRAZELTON] BRAZELTON GENEALOGY
    2. Glenn Brazelton
    3. William, Good to hear from you ... it's been a long time. Really enjoyed your article and glad to see you were able to make some significant progress in your research on Hannah Green. I been moving slowly on my Brazelton lines, and actually spending more time on several other lines, including Everson/Iverson lines in Norway, Modeen/Moden lines in Sweden, and my mother's genealogy in Scotland. However, a couple of months ago I decided to go beyond the generic Ancestry DNA test. I subscribed to a Family Tree DNA test, specifically the Y-DNA 67 test to try obtain more fidelity on the European origins of John Brazelton of Little Pipe Creek, east of Frederick, Maryland. I have a long way to go in getting smarter on how to interpret all the data they provided, but here's a few bits that I can uncover so far: * I am a member of Haplogroup R-M269, and believe all male Brazeltons/Braseltons should be members of that same Haplogroup. * My kit number is 905166 and I can provide other researchers with access to this information. * For the 67 markers, I find only 1 individual with a very close match, and that is James A Brazelton, who I still need to contact. * From the matches and the matches map, my DNA ancestors are spread across Ireland, Northern Ireland, England & Scotland ... and isolated numbers in other areas. * The largest cluster of earliest ancestors appears to be in southeastern Ireland, around Wexford. Hope to hear more from you in the coming weeks. Regards, Glenn -----Original Message----- From: William Lindsey [mailto:wdlindsy@swbell.net] Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 8:04 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835) My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810. Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register. There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies. Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758. Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 08:14:38
    1. [BRAZELTON] Hannah Green, Wife of Jacob Braselton (1749-1835)
    2. William Lindsey
    3. My contribution to keeping the valuable Brazelton list alive: For a long time, it has been thought that Hannah Green, who married Jacob, son of John Brazelton, about 1773, was the daughter of Duff Green and Ann Willis of Virginia. My research on Hannah's origins has led me to conclude that she's very certainly the daughter of Henry Green and his wife Elizabeth of  Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. Henry was born about 21 March 1729, the date of his baptism in St. Paul's Episcopal parish, Baltimore. He died in Granville County sometime before February 1810.  Henry died testate, and his will does not name a daughter Hannah. Nor is a daughter Hannah among the children of Henry and Elizabeth who are recorded in St. Paul's parish in the 1750s and 1760s. However, there are other known children of Henry and Elizabeth who are also not in the St. Paul's baptismal register.  There are a lot of very strong indicators that Hannah was Henry's daughter. Henry and Elizabeth had moved over to Frederick Co., Maryland, where the Brazeltons lived at the time when Jacob Brazelton and Hannah Green are thought to have married. Henry's parents were William Green and Hannah Haile, so it seems likely this is where Hannah Green Braselton's name came from. Jacob and Hannah moved to Granville Co., North Carolina, with Henry and his family, and there's much interaction between the two families in the records of Granville County. These folks left Maryland after Henry's son Job was imprisoned by the Committee of Safety in Maryland for using his ship to run goods through embargo lines — so it was alleged — to the British in the West Indies.  Hannah's date of birth as recorded in Jacob Brazelton's bible — 8 April 1757 — fits right into the list of Henry and Elizabeth Green's known children, between Job, who was baptized 31 March 1755 in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore, and Nicholas, who was born about 1758.   Jacob and Hannah Green Brazelton named their first son John, which was the name of Jacob's father. Their next child was a daughter whom they named Elizabeth. The third child was a son whom they named Henry. They named another of their sons Job Green Braselton. Ancestry's new ThruLines reports show me matching five proven descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Green's son William, who is named in Henry's will and also listed as a son of Henry and Elizabeth when he was baptized in St. Paul's parish in Baltimore on 20 April 1750. I think there's compelling reason to conclude that Jacob Braselton's wife Hannah Green was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Green of Baltimore Co., Maryland, and Granville Co., North Carolina. William D. Lindsey

    08/01/2019 06:04:24
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active
    2. Sue D
    3. Hi Ann, On ancestry there are 158 trees that list your Rebecca A. Davis. Some of them have listed her father in the tree. Have you looked at some of the trees to see if they have valid sources and names? Here is one tree with a suggested father for Rebecca. The name in this tree is William Elson Davis b. 1772. Just because it is in a tree does not mean it is valid of course. I have had to use DNA testing to prove my Brazelton line. Good luck, Sue https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/2397696/person/262077251483/fact -----Original Message----- From: ann via BRAZELTON Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 4:36 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Cc: ann Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active -----Original Message----- From: ann via BRAZELTON <brazelton@rootsweb.com> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Cc: ann <herhiness2@aol.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 10:21 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active STill not sure Ransom A. Davis my family goes through, so know for SURE who his father was. Ransom A. Davis married Rebecca Brazelton in Hall Co. Ga. and had a famiily lived in Ala. and Virgil S. (stuart) DAVIS is my great grandfather, he moved to Conway Arkansas about 1882. Any help Appreciated. A.s. -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson <ancestrynut@charter.net> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 8:59 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Help Keep This List Active I just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches. A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time. We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best Wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 05:40:17
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active
    2. William Lindsey
    3. Ann, I have a tiny piece of information in my notes for Rebecca Braselton that may be some kind of clue for you — or it may well contain information you already have. My notes for Rebecca say,  The 23 Jan. 1961 letter of Susan Brandon cited in the file of her father Reuben Braselton states, "Mrs. Becky Braselton Davis, a dau. of Reuben Braselton, married, went to Randolph Co., Ala." William D. Lindsey On Thursday, August 1, 2019, 10:21:05 AM CDT, ann via BRAZELTON <brazelton@rootsweb.com> wrote: STill not sure Ransom A. Davis my family goes through, so know for SURE who his father was. Ransom A. Davis married Rebecca Brazelton in Hall Co. Ga. and had a famiily lived in Ala. and Virgil S. (stuart) DAVIS is my great grandfather, he moved to Conway Arkansas about 1882. Any help Appreciated. A.s. -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson <ancestrynut@charter.net> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 8:59 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Help Keep This List Active I just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches.  A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time.  We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best Wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 05:35:24
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active
    2. ann
    3. -----Original Message----- From: ann via BRAZELTON <brazelton@rootsweb.com> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Cc: ann <herhiness2@aol.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 10:21 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active STill not sure Ransom A. Davis my family goes through, so know for SURE who his father was. Ransom A. Davis married Rebecca Brazelton in Hall Co. Ga. and had a famiily lived in Ala. and Virgil S. (stuart) DAVIS is my great grandfather, he moved to Conway Arkansas about 1882. Any help Appreciated. A.s. -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson <ancestrynut@charter.net> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 8:59 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Help Keep This List Active I just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches.  A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time.  We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best Wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 03:36:18
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Help Keep This List Active
    2. ann
    3. STill not sure Ransom A. Davis my family goes through, so know for SURE who his father was. Ransom A. Davis married Rebecca Brazelton in Hall Co. Ga. and had a famiily lived in Ala. and Virgil S. (stuart) DAVIS is my great grandfather, he moved to Conway Arkansas about 1882. Any help Appreciated. A.s. -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson <ancestrynut@charter.net> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thu, Aug 1, 2019 8:59 am Subject: [BRAZELTON] Help Keep This List Active I just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches.  A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time.  We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best Wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/01/2019 09:18:54
    1. [BRAZELTON] Help Keep This List Active
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. I just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches. A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time. We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best Wishes, Jim

    08/01/2019 07:59:11
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Rachel Brazelton, born in NC around 1797/98 in Guilford County, NC area
    2. Glenn Brazelton
    3. Sue Could you call me when you have a few minutes at 757-256-7042 ... possibly on Wednesday or Thursday. I don't want to cover ground that you've already been over. I did some quick Ancestry searches and I see your frustration. *As you already know, John Brazelton (& his wife Bridgett Crawford) of Little Pipe Creek Maryland is the patriarch of all the Brazeltons in the U.S. ... and all the Brazeltons "theoretically" should link back to his 4 sons, including : * William "the Quaker" (1734-1827) ... the eldest who did live in Guilford Co., NC. This is my line and it is fairly well documented through the generations. This line mainly migrated to eastern Tennessee, Illinois, Kansas, and Wisconsin. * Isaac (1739-1811) ... moved to Kentucky and sons/descendants settled in Indiana and other Midwest locations. 3 sons ... John (1774-1827) , William (1777-1812) and maybe Edward (1780-1859) * John ...(1741-1781) killed in Guilford Co., NC in 1781 during the Revolutionary War. His wife was Sarah Justice. They had 8 children between 1770 and 1781. Boys names were Edward, John & William. It seems to me that not a lot is known about this line, and there are probably more lose links here than the others. * Jacob (1749-1835) ... the youngest who did live in NC briefly, but moved to Georgia, and his descendants are also found in northern Alabama and Texas. All this line spells their name with an s instead of a z. If Rachel's father spelled his last name with a z, then she is not from Jacob's line. * Given the above in your search for the Brazelton father of Rachel, you can: * Eliminate Jacob's line * Eliminate Isaac's line. Isaac's sons would have been the right age, but they all moved to Indiana. * I need to go back and look at William's sons & grandsons ... as I recall a couple of them ended up in Texas. * John's sons are also good possibilities, but again I do not believe much is known about this line. Regards, Glenn Brazelton gbraze@cox.net -----Original Message----- From: Sue D [mailto:sodixey@hotmail.com] Sent: Monday, September 3, 2018 9:05 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Rachel Brazelton, born in NC around 1797/98 in Guilford County, NC area Hi All, In my pedigree my 4th Great grandmother is Rachel Brazelton who later married William Viser around 1815 in presumably Montgomery County, TN. Rachel's father seems to be a mystery, as is the parents of her mother Sarah. I have no maiden name, nor the name of her husband Mr. Brazelton. Only marriage record I find is for Sarah Brazelton who married William Ford in Guildford County, NC in October 1800. Armfield was the bondsman for this marriage. Rachel's mother is Sarah. She was b. about 1780 in NC. She dies in Walker County, TX in 1852. I have research what appears to be the children of John Brazelton and Matilda Crawford. None of the sons or grandson's seem to fit as a possible husband. There is no marriage record for Sarah and ?? Brazelton. I don't know if Brazelton was her name and there is no husband. Most of the online trees incorrectly name the parents of Rachel Brazelton to be a John Brazelton and a Sarah Bradley. That family had a Rachel also but she married a different man and they move around and settle in Illinois. My Brazeltons settle in Texas. There are actually a total of three Rachel Brazeltons all born near the tail end of 1790s. Each one married an entirely different man. I have been trying to use DNA testing to link us to the right Brazelton with no luck. Anyone familiar with this line? Or a unaccounted male Brazelton? Any input is welcome as I seem to just hit dead ends. Sue _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/lists/orphanedLists _______________________________________________ Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwICAg&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=VoZnSJ5UYwqMyFNClEjbHtBvhb-VngwLDSLfuZMJp5E&m=-aY391eaOXgO313FU2jXDHs_w4bj8QZLon26vWf9Xlk&s=xiRlCGbxmE12LGC0mSR4VZfh_eWGOYYr0T8hXpjPs1w&e= Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/brazelton@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwICAg&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=VoZnSJ5UYwqMyFNClEjbHtBvhb-VngwLDSLfuZMJp5E&m=-aY391eaOXgO313FU2jXDHs_w4bj8QZLon26vWf9Xlk&s=GfiLtmCkdPVLyOhVq3B3zzr_I8KP4aKV2HHaGbd3FTo&e= Terms and Conditions: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwICAg&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=VoZnSJ5UYwqMyFNClEjbHtBvhb-VngwLDSLfuZMJp5E&m=-aY391eaOXgO313FU2jXDHs_w4bj8QZLon26vWf9Xlk&s=Lf7mUmS01mwU-BQpRIqUVfqg-WIGFO3IGog1JZOUP5M&e= Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    09/03/2018 09:31:47
    1. [BRAZELTON] Rachel Brazelton, born in NC around 1797/98 in Guilford County, NC area
    2. Sue D
    3. Hi All, In my pedigree my 4th Great grandmother is Rachel Brazelton who later married William Viser around 1815 in presumably Montgomery County, TN. Rachel’s father seems to be a mystery, as is the parents of her mother Sarah. I have no maiden name, nor the name of her husband Mr. Brazelton. Only marriage record I find is for Sarah Brazelton who married William Ford in Guildford County, NC in October 1800. Armfield was the bondsman for this marriage. Rachel’s mother is Sarah. She was b. about 1780 in NC. She dies in Walker County, TX in 1852. I have research what appears to be the children of John Brazelton and Matilda Crawford. None of the sons or grandson’s seem to fit as a possible husband. There is no marriage record for Sarah and ?? Brazelton. I don’t know if Brazelton was her name and there is no husband. Most of the online trees incorrectly name the parents of Rachel Brazelton to be a John Brazelton and a Sarah Bradley. That family had a Rachel also but she married a different man and they move around and settle in Illinois. My Brazeltons settle in Texas. There are actually a total of three Rachel Brazeltons all born near the tail end of 1790s. Each one married an entirely different man. I have been trying to use DNA testing to link us to the right Brazelton with no luck. Anyone familiar with this line? Or a unaccounted male Brazelton? Any input is welcome as I seem to just hit dead ends. Sue

    09/03/2018 07:05:24
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Introductions
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. Hi Glenn, I count about 50 subscribers to this list. The answers to your other questions will, unfortunately, have to come from those willing to reply to those questions as that information is not kept anywhere that I know of. Feel free to pose questions and see what response you get. There may be some who see advantage to participating in such discussions. Good luck with your efforts. Best Wishes, Jim -----Original Message----- From: gbraze@cox.net [mailto:gbraze@cox.net] Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2018 10:04 AM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Re: Introductions Jim, Thanks for your work on this. I haven't been active in my Brazelton research for 8+ years, but anxious to get back at it. FYI ... I did publish a Brazelton/Braselton Newsletter for about 10 years in the 1990s. Couple of thoughts: * How many subscribers are there for this list? * From the administrative perspective, is there a way to identify everyone's research interests and their linkage to the original Brazelton/Braselton lines in America? ** For example, my interests tend to be focused on the initial generation in America, specifically back to John Brazelton & his wife Bridget of Little Pipe Creek, Frederick County MD. ** All our lines currently track back to John Brazelton's 7 children: William, Elizabeth (Betsy), Isaac, John, Ann, Esther & Jacob (patriarch of Braselton lines). ** If you agree, it would be helpful to know each subscribers linkage to these ancestors. My linkage is back to John's eldest son, William "the Quaker." For example, in my notes I add W, E, I, JR, A, E, or J next to someone's name to keep track of their ancestry.. * Turning to questions: ** Delving back into Ancestry.com, I note that 10 researchers show Isaac Brazelton & Ann Coleman (or Ann Johnston) ... both born circa 1685 ... as the parents of John Brazelton (b. ca. 1730, d. 1788). Can anyone identify proof or source of that information? ** Who has done any DNA testing? My y-chromosome patriarchal test shows my Brazelton line as 46% Scots-Irish. Given family lore has John Brazelton's wife Bridgett as being from Ireland, I think this Irish link makes sense. Though no surname researchers that I can find in Ireland can identify any Brazelton surnames or related spellings in Ireland. Thanks very much. Glenn Brazelton gbraze@cox.net 757-256-7042 _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: http://resources.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listrequest.pl _______________________________________________ You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:brazelton-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/brazelton@rootsweb.com/ Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/14/2018 11:54:11
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Introductions
    2. Jim, Thanks for your work on this. I haven't been active in my Brazelton research for 8+ years, but anxious to get back at it. FYI ... I did publish a Brazelton/Braselton Newsletter for about 10 years in the 1990s. Couple of thoughts: * How many subscribers are there for this list? * From the administrative perspective, is there a way to identify everyone's research interests and their linkage to the original Brazelton/Braselton lines in America? ** For example, my interests tend to be focused on the initial generation in America, specifically back to John Brazelton & his wife Bridget of Little Pipe Creek, Frederick County MD. ** All our lines currently track back to John Brazelton's 7 children: William, Elizabeth (Betsy), Isaac, John, Ann, Esther & Jacob (patriarch of Braselton lines). ** If you agree, it would be helpful to know each subscribers linkage to these ancestors. My linkage is back to John's eldest son, William "the Quaker." For example, in my notes I add W, E, I, JR, A, E, or J next to someone's name to keep track of their ancestry.. * Turning to questions: ** Delving back into Ancestry.com, I note that 10 researchers show Isaac Brazelton & Ann Coleman (or Ann Johnston) ... both born circa 1685 ... as the parents of John Brazelton (b. ca. 1730, d. 1788). Can anyone identify proof or source of that information? ** Who has done any DNA testing? My y-chromosome patriarchal test shows my Brazelton line as 46% Scots-Irish. Given family lore has John Brazelton's wife Bridgett as being from Ireland, I think this Irish link makes sense. Though no surname researchers that I can find in Ireland can identify any Brazelton surnames or related spellings in Ireland. Thanks very much. Glenn Brazelton gbraze@cox.net 757-256-7042

    04/14/2018 08:03:48
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Introductions
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. My apologies! The correct spelling of the link is this: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/. Best Wishes, Jim -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson [mailto:popsjackson@charter.net] Sent: Friday, April 13, 2018 8:59 PM To: brazelton@rootsweb.com Subject: [BRAZELTON] Introductions Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Jim (Pops) Jackson and have been given the privilege of acting as List Admin for the BRAZELTON List. I have been active with Rootsweb for nearly 20 years and have received great pleasure in doing so. I hope this message will help spur renewed activity with offers of helpful information, requests for help etc. Obviously this means that Rootsweb is back in active status after a period of difficulties that have been dealt with and needed upgrades made. If you have not already done so, you may register at ttps://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ and be able to see all the lists to which you are subscribed as well as control how your messages are delivered, etc. I hope to hear from you soon with your comments, information and questions. Best wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: http://resources.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listrequest.pl _______________________________________________ You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:brazelton-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/brazelton@rootsweb.com/ Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/14/2018 07:01:42
    1. [BRAZELTON] Re: Introductions
    2. ann
    3. I have been on ancestry and pay for that subscription I do not have anything on Rootsweb. I don't seem to have the time to research the Brazelton line however I do know I am related. Many thanks for the information sincerely a.s. -----Original Message----- From: Jim Jackson <popsjackson@charter.net> To: brazelton <brazelton@rootsweb.com> Sent: Fri, Apr 13, 2018 7:59 pm Subject: [BRAZELTON] Introductions Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Jim (Pops) Jackson and have been given the privilege of acting as List Admin for the BRAZELTON List. I have been active with Rootsweb for nearly 20 years and have received great pleasure in doing so. I hope this message will help spur renewed activity with offers of helpful information, requests for help etc. Obviously this means that Rootsweb is back in active status after a period of difficulties that have been dealt with and needed upgrades made. If you have not already done so, you may register at ttps://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ and be able to see all the lists to which you are subscribed as well as control how your messages are delivered, etc. I hope to hear from you soon with your comments, information and questions. Best wishes, Jim _______________________________________________ This list is adoptable. If you would like to volunteer to adminster this list, click here: http://resources.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listrequest.pl _______________________________________________ You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:brazelton-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/brazelton@rootsweb.com/ Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/14/2018 05:26:38
    1. [BRAZELTON] Introductions
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Jim (Pops) Jackson and have been given the privilege of acting as List Admin for the BRAZELTON List. I have been active with Rootsweb for nearly 20 years and have received great pleasure in doing so. I hope this message will help spur renewed activity with offers of helpful information, requests for help etc. Obviously this means that Rootsweb is back in active status after a period of difficulties that have been dealt with and needed upgrades made. If you have not already done so, you may register at ttps://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ and be able to see all the lists to which you are subscribed as well as control how your messages are delivered, etc. I hope to hear from you soon with your comments, information and questions. Best wishes, Jim

    04/13/2018 06:59:23