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#1. Kersey:CMD:GET digest100.txt - from Marv Miller
#2. Re: Kersey - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#3. John Kersey - from Royce J Kersey
#4. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#5. Re: John Kersey - from Royce J Kersey
#6. Re: James Kersey and Jane - from Linda Hill
#7. Missing Bill Kersey - from Marv Miller
#8. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from CNESBIT77@aol.com
#9. Re: Kersey Genealogy - from Graylwolfe@aol.com
#10. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Pege Kersey Winkel
#11. Kersey - Va.- Land Patents and Grants - from JANASM@aol.com
#12. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Chris Kersey
#13. Kersey, Pink - from Paula Sowash
#14. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from Pat Wills
#15. Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Marv Miller
#16. New Mexico Kerseys?? - from Julia B.
#17. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Don Kersey, Sr.
#18. Kersey & Ader Putnam Co., Indiana - from Marv Miller
#19. Florida Kersey,s - from Bill Moore
#20. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Cathy Phipps
#21. Kersey Fw: List Welcome - from Marv Miller
#22. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from lmccane@juno.com
#23. Kersey Inventors - from Bill
#24. RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Marv Miller
#25. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Pansylea Willburn
#26. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Pat Henry
#27. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
#28. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
#29. Kersey - from Cathy Phipps
#30. Kersey Obituary - from BByrd27855@aol.com
#31. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#32. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#33. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
#34. Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from JANASM@aol.com
#35. "Kerseys in Colchester, Ontario ": Rev Alexander Kersey. - from nmvick
#36. Laura Kersey Library - from Marv Miller
#37. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
#38. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from Linda Hill
#39. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from Linda Hill
#40. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#41. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#42. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#43. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from Marc L. Hundley
#44. RE: Colchester, Ontario Kerseys - from Marv Miller
#45. RE: Alexander C. Kersey - Colchester, Ontario? - from Marv Miller
#46. Lavina Kersey - from Barbara L Richardson
#47. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from JANASM@aol.com
#48. Re: Kersey Inventors - from Amy Rogoski
#49. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
#50. Re: Question about black Kersey history - from Hck1031@aol.com
#51. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
#52. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
#53. Kersey Inventors - from Joe Kersey
#54. Joyce Kersey Karr - from Joe Kersey
#55. Re: Joyce Kersey Karr - from JANASM@aol.com
#56. Re: Kersey Inventors - from JANASM@aol.com
#57. Kerseys from Putnam Co. West Virginia.. - from Chris Kersey
#58. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from PETENOEL@aol.com
#59. Re: Kersey - from Kristi Zoebelein

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#1. Kersey:CMD:GET digest100.txt - from Marv Miller
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 09:14:37 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: Kersey:CMD:GET digest100.txt Hi folks-- A milestone! Kersey digest #1 came out in April 1997. Now Kersey digest #100 is available. You can subscribe to the digests by sending email to millerm@halcyon.com with SUBJECT set to "Kersey:CMD:SUBSCRIBE DIGEST" (without the quotes). All of the digests are also available online at http://www.halcyon.com/millerm. Select "Kersey Family List Digests". If you don't have web access, you can get a copy by email, simply by replying to this email without editing the subject line. To get earlier digests by email, edit the 100 in the subject line to the number of the digest you would like, 01 through 99. Remember, one digest file per email request. Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm

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#2. Re: Kersey - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 13:52:28 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey In a message dated 03/04/2000 8:53:28 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 01:58:46 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Kersey Here are the Kersey's that were found in the database Biographical & Genealogical Master Index (BGMI) >> The several entries having to do with William Hewell Kersey are relating to my Uncle. I now can't wait to get to the library and see if these publications are available and find out if there is any genealogical info in them that I did not alreay have in hand....tnx, Pete

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#3. John Kersey - from Royce J Kersey
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 18:42:02 -0500 From: Royce J Kersey <roycekerseyagency@juno.com> Subject: John Kersey I am looking for information about a John Kersey from Robeson or Duplin County North Carolina. He was born about 1825. Married a Nancy Kersey from South Carolina. He may have been my great-great-great grandfather. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Royce Kersey

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#4. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 21:17:32 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY In a message dated 03/05/2000 9:00:50 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << Abstracted from Keystone Kin, the publication of the Jefferson County Genealogical Society. >> The Bannister Kersey referred to in the 1850 census is my GGgrandfather. I believe the next name, Tilman Kersey could be one of Bannister's elder sons who married Elsabeth Williford

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#5. Re: John Kersey - from Royce J Kersey
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Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 22:35:16 -0500 From: Royce J Kersey <roycekerseyagency@juno.com> Subject: Re: John Kersey Thank you for such a prompt reply to my query. I really erred when I said that the John Kersey in question was born in 1825. He must have been born in the late 1700s. My Great-Great grandfather, John Beauregard "Pegleg" Kersey was born in 1825. I'm told, April 2, 1825. John "Pegleg" spent most of his life in Emanuel County, GA. I'm told that his father, also named John, was from NC. His mother whose name was Nancy was from SC. I'm not sure of her maiden name. On Sun, 5 Mar 2000 16:21:48 -0800 millerm@halcyon.com writes: > Hi Royce-- > > Thanks for your query. This could be a tough one. There are a lot > of John Kerseys out there. The closest match I could find in my > data is: > > Descendants of John W. Kersey > > 1 John W. Kersey b: c 1816 in North Carolina d: in > lived Panola Co., Texas 1850 > .+Nancy ? b: 1823 in Alabama > ..2 Mary Kersey b: c 1843 in Alabama > ..2 Martha Kersey b: c 1845 in > Alabama > ..2 Eliza Kersey b: c 1847 in > Alabama > ..2 William Kersey b: c 1849 in > Alabama > > Do you know for certain that Nancy's maiden name was Kersey? If you > send your later Kersey line, I might be able to match something > there. > > I took the liberty of passing your e-mail along to the Kersey list. > We are a free e-mail discussion group with over 125 Kersey > researchers world wide, including quite a few with North and South > Carolina connections. There may be someone there who can help you > or you might be able to help us. Let me know if you would like to > join. I will add you to the group and the list software will send > more information. > > Hope to hear from you soon, > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm

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#6. Re: James Kersey and Jane - from Linda Hill
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 12:16:10 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey and Jane Thanks for the reply. I actually have two Kersey lines I'm researching. My husbands line is Libron Kersey and Barcilla Boyett out of Madison Co, Fl and mine is James Kersey and Jane Roddenbery Kersey. I guess it's okay to add my name to the list. Both Kersey's are out of Ga but I don't have anything from there. Are you interested in more on James? Do you just collect all Kersey's trying to connect them? Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: <hillli@gator.net> Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2000 5:59 PM Subject: RE: James Kersey and Jane > Hi Linda-- > > Thanks for your query. I'm sorry, I don't anything James and Jane other than that they appear in the 1850 Jefferson Co., Florida census. He was listed as 50 years old at the time. I'd be very interested to hear more about the Kersey line that you are researching. I took the liberty of passing your e-mail along to the Kersey list. We are a free e-mail discussion group with over 125 Kersey researchers world wide. There may be someone there who can help. Let me know if you are interested in joining us. > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm > > Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 20:35:09 -0500 > From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> > Subject: James Kersey and Jane > > Interested in this James and Jane. Mine were married Feb 14, 1830. > Don't know his parents but her were George Washington Roddenbery and Mary Knight. My email is hillli@gator.net. Have more on their family. > L. Hill

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#7. Missing Bill Kersey - from Marv Miller
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 18:10:55 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: Missing Bill Kersey Hi folks-- Got a handwritten note forwarded by Don Kersey, magdon@netlinkcorp.com The list software doesn't work very well with attachments so here is my transcription: 28 Feb 2000 Dear Sir, I am a Korean War Veteran looking for a Bill Kersey who was in my platoon 1951. We were the 3rd Division, 7th Regt., Co. E, 1st Platoon. My name is Pat Filidoro. If you know him, I would appreciate finding him. I know that he came from West Virginia, but I do not remember the town. Thank you. Yours truly, Pat Patrick Filidoro 255-11 87th Drive Floral Park, NY 11001 Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm

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#8. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from CNESBIT77@aol.com
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 21:52:58 EST From: CNESBIT77@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY A Tillman Kersey was born in 1852 and is the son of Calvin Coe Kersey. He was born in Lee or Terrell Cty GA. I have been trying to make a connection between Calvin's father Alfred L. Kersey and Bannister Kersey . Alfred came from Robeson NC about 1835 or 36 to Lee Cty.

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#9. Re: Kersey Genealogy - from Graylwolfe@aol.com
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 22:02:50 EST From: Graylwolfe@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Genealogy Where are you from? Do you mean Pasleys? I am related to them. Mary Wolfe

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#10. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Pege Kersey Winkel
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Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 21:03:27 -0700 From: Pege Kersey Winkel <pwinkel@swnebr.net> Subject: Re: Missing Bill Kersey there is a list for Korean war veterans..they can probably help him find....I have a contact for the Marines...here it is ...I am sure he can help your friend Rasi37@aol.com his name is Richard A. Suarez Pege millerm@halcyon.com wrote: > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 18:10:55 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: Missing Bill Kersey > > Hi folks-- > > Got a handwritten note forwarded by Don Kersey, magdon@netlinkcorp.com The > list software doesn't work very well with attachments so here is my > transcription: > > 28 Feb 2000 > Dear Sir, > > I am a Korean War Veteran looking for a Bill Kersey who was in my platoon > 1951. We were the 3rd Division, 7th Regt., Co. E, 1st Platoon. My name is > Pat Filidoro. If you know him, I would appreciate finding him. I know that > he came from West Virginia, but I do not remember the town. Thank you. > > Yours truly, > Pat > > Patrick Filidoro > 255-11 87th Drive > Floral Park, NY 11001 > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes.

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#11. Kersey - Va.- Land Patents and Grants - from JANASM@aol.com
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 23:41:27 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Kersey - Va.- Land Patents and Grants Listed in the Va. Land Office Patents and Grants: I typed the actual spelling that was shown on the electronic cards. Capitalization and punctuation is as seen. Janas Kersee, Isaac - May 1, 1780 Pittsylvania County 432a. On both sides Bird Creek adjoining land of Matthews & Terry. Book A, P. 243 Kersey, John 5 Jany. 1785 Albemarle County 288a. On both sides of Slate River. Grants N, 1784-85, p. 498 Kersey, Thomas 16 June 1714 New Kent County 150a. Beg.g at Powhite swamp by a bridge. Patents 10, p. 139

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#12. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Chris Kersey
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Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 21:54:37 -0800 (PST) From: Chris Kersey <wvachris@yahoo.com> Subject: Re: Missing Bill Kersey I am a Kersey and I am from West Virginia.. and I am searching My family history.. if I find anything, I will send it to you,, on this site. Chris Kersey ===== Chris Kersey I use Yahoo and AOL`s AIM,, My Screen Name for both is : wvachris __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger. http://im.yahoo.com

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#13. Kersey, Pink - from Paula Sowash
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Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2000 17:07:44 GMT From: "Paula Sowash" <p_sowash@hotmail.com> Subject: Kersey, Pink Hi all, Sorry its been a while since I've responded. I have been extremely busy with work and other things. Anyway for those interested in the information Pink Kersey of Texas has passed away. He was my great uncle. My mother hasn't been associated with her family in many years so we weren't told about his death. He died sometime either last week or the last. Mother found his obit in the paper I'll have more precise details at a later date. His brother Sam Kersey is very ill. I am going to try to visit him as soon as I can to get some other information for those who would like more information on this branch of the family. Again, Marv and all of you others involved in this site and discussion group thank you for all of the information you have shared with me and others in researching the Kersey family history. Paula ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com

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#14. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from Pat Wills
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Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2000 14:01:37 -0800 From: Pat Wills <TheWills@bellsouth.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY Gillmore Tillman Kersey was born 5-27-1852 in Lee Co GA and married L C Sanders 12-11-1873 in Terrell Co GA His brother Luther Gasaway Kersey was my great grandfather. Alfred Kersey appears to have just fallen from the sky in1799-1800 in Robeson Co NC. Tillman is such an unusual name surely there is a connection there somewhere... > Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 21:52:58 EST > From: CNESBIT77@aol.com > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY > > A Tillman Kersey was born in 1852 and is the son of Calvin Coe Kersey. He > was born in Lee or Terrell Cty GA. > > I have been trying to make a connection between Calvin's father > Alfred L. Kersey and Bannister Kersey . > > Alfred came from Robeson NC about 1835 or 36 to Lee Cty.

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#15. Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Marv Miller
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Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 18:29:16 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? From: "Bill Moore" <zebsdad@qzip.net> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: 08 March, 2000 12:58 PM Subject: These belong to anyone? > Marv and List, > Anyone recognize these Kersey's?? > Bill Moore > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > SARDIS CHURCH > Adrian, Ga. > Adrian, Ga. is located in Emanuel County which was taken from Buloch and > Montgomery Counties Dec. 10, 1812. The County Seat of Emanuel County is > Swainsboro, Ga. > > The church was established May 7, 1853 with the following members: > > Elder Spencer Meeks > Elder Archibald Odom > > > Riner, Edward > Riner, William M. > Albritton, James M. > Riner, Retta > Kersey, Susannah > Riner, Eliza > Riner, Temperance > Wheeler, Elizabeth > Kersey, Thomas > Benton, Adam > Johnson, Eli > Cole, Sarah > Riner, Feriba > Kersey, Eliza > Neal, Elizabeth > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > > >

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#16. New Mexico Kerseys?? - from Julia B.
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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 21:15:44 -0600 From: "Julia B." <texcelt@earthlink.net> Subject: New Mexico Kerseys?? Anyone researching Kersey in New Mexico? My g-grandfather, Benjamin Franklin Kersey, b. 1843 in Ga. married a a woman named Pasha in the 1920s after his first wife (and my g-grandmother), Martha died. The older family members who remembered Pasha referred to her as a "bohemian". She was in her early 20's and B.F. was in his 70's. They had a child named Ezra. B.F. died in 1927 and Pasha and Ezra moved from Collinsville, Tx in Grayson County to New Mexico. We have lost all track of Ezra. Ezra was born in 1903. Please note my new e-mail addy... Julia in Weatherford...beautiful Texas

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#17. Re: Missing Bill Kersey - from Don Kersey, Sr.
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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 23:17:49 -0800 From: "Don Kersey, Sr." <magdon@netlinkcorp.com> Subject: Re: Missing Bill Kersey Thanks for your help, Don millerm@halcyon.com wrote: > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 18:10:55 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: Missing Bill Kersey > > Hi folks-- > > Got a handwritten note forwarded by Don Kersey, magdon@netlinkcorp.com The > list software doesn't work very well with attachments so here is my > transcription: > > 28 Feb 2000 > Dear Sir, > > I am a Korean War Veteran looking for a Bill Kersey who was in my platoon > 1951. We were the 3rd Division, 7th Regt., Co. E, 1st Platoon. My name is > Pat Filidoro. If you know him, I would appreciate finding him. I know that > he came from West Virginia, but I do not remember the town. Thank you. > > Yours truly, > Pat > > Patrick Filidoro > 255-11 87th Drive > Floral Park, NY 11001 > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm >

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#18. Kersey & Ader Putnam Co., Indiana - from Marv Miller
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Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 20:44:00 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: Kersey & Ader Putnam Co., Indiana Hi folks-- I have Emery Vincent Ader 1880-1939 m. Zamora Ella Kersey 1885-1967 daughter of Eleazor Kersey and Ruth Gorham of Putnam Co., Indiana. I also have Myrta J. Ader d. c1930 m. Addison Chester Huber 1882-1971 also of Putnam Co., Indiana. Addison's second wife was a Lois Kersey. I learned from Steve Ader (see below) that Emery and Myrta were brother and sister. I suspect from this that Zamora and Lois may be related, but I have not been able to place Lois in any Kersey family. Can anyone help? Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm ----- Original Message ----- From: "Steve Ader" <swader@urec.net> To: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: 07 March, 2000 3:31 PM Subject: Re: Aders > Marv, > > I did find out that there was a Kenneth Kersey who taught music and band at > Bainbridge, IN while my father was in school. My father was born in 1923 so > that would have Kenneth teaching there in the mid 30's at least. Kenneth > then went on to open a music store in Greencastle, IN which is now operated > by his son. I don't know the son's name. > > Steve

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#19. Florida Kersey,s - from Bill Moore
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Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 12:33:26 -0600 From: "Bill Moore" <zebsdad@qzip.net> Subject: Florida Kersey,s +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FT. GREEN METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, Bowling Green, Hardee County, Florida KERSEY, Infant Son, d. Aug 21 1915, "Our darling", "Infant Son of Jas. & Kate KERSEY", "Baby" KERSEY, James D., b. 1884 d. 1963, "Father", "md. May 25 1908 to Katie A." KERSEY, Katie A., b. 1892 d. 1972, "Mother", "md. May 25, 1908 to James D." +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ NEW ZION CEMETERY, Ona, Hardee County, Florida KERSEY, Edd Lee, b. Jan 24 1936 d. Jan 23 1970 KERSEY, Elsie M., b. 1930 d. 1995 KERSEY, Ethel M., b. Dec 31 1901 d. Apr 27 1978 KERSEY, Exie E., b. Oct 17 1914 d. May 07 1979 KERSEY, Grady James, b. 1920 d. 1934 KERSEY, Hattie M., b. Sep 26 1914 d. Oct 30 1982 KERSEY, Joseph "Joe", b. Apr 08 1891 d. Feb 08 1975, "Father" KERSEY, Katie Parrish Gill, b. 1899 d. 1974 KERSEY, Mack, b. Mar 16 1902 d. Oct 11 1982, "Father" KERSEY, Michael Scott, b. 1970 d. 1973 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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#20. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Cathy Phipps
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Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 20:14:51 -0500 From: Cathy Phipps <nut1@bellsouth.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? Hey Marv and Bob, I think the Susannah Kersey might be my gggrandmother who was married to Richard G. Kersey. Oh I surely hope so. Does anyone have any more info on the Sardis church that is mentioned in the email? Cathy K. Phipps millerm@halcyon.com wrote: > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 18:29:16 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > From: "Bill Moore" <zebsdad@qzip.net> > To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Sent: 08 March, 2000 12:58 PM > Subject: These belong to anyone? > > > Marv and List, > > Anyone recognize these Kersey's?? > > Bill Moore > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > SARDIS CHURCH > > Adrian, Ga. > > Adrian, Ga. is located in Emanuel County which was taken from Buloch and > > Montgomery Counties Dec. 10, 1812. The County Seat of Emanuel County is > > Swainsboro, Ga. > > > > The church was established May 7, 1853 with the following members: > > > > Elder Spencer Meeks > > Elder Archibald Odom > > > > > > Riner, Edward > > Riner, William M. > > Albritton, James M. > > Riner, Retta > > Kersey, Susannah > > Riner, Eliza > > Riner, Temperance > > Wheeler, Elizabeth > > Kersey, Thomas > > Benton, Adam > > Johnson, Eli > > Cole, Sarah > > Riner, Feriba > > Kersey, Eliza > > Neal, Elizabeth > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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#21. Kersey Fw: List Welcome - from Marv Miller
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From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> To: "Kersey Digest" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: 09 March, 2000 6:47 AM Subject: Re: List Welcome My name is Linda Chestnut Hill. I'm related to James Kersey that Feb 14, 1830 married Jane Roddenberry, in Thomas County Georgia. I have a part of their family but do not know James parents or brothers and sisters. My husband is related to Libron Kersey and Barcilla Boyett, they were married in Madison County, Fl. We don't know their parents either. Any help for either line would be greatly appreciated. I can be reached at hillli@gator.net. Thanks! Linda

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#22. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from lmccane@juno.com
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Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:25:24 -0800 From: lmccane@juno.com Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? I wonder if instead this might be Susannah married to Thomas J. Kersey (b1809) and Thomas' sister Eliza Kersey (also b1809) decendents of John Kersey (b1782) son of John Kersey (b1764)--- David and Joyce, what do you think?.....this would be our line... Lori On Thu, 9 Mar 2000 17:29:16 -0800 millerm@halcyon.com writes: > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 20:14:51 -0500 > From: Cathy Phipps <nut1@bellsouth.net> > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > Hey Marv and Bob, > I think the Susannah Kersey might be my gggrandmother who was > married to > Richard G. Kersey. Oh I surely hope so. Does anyone have any more > info on > the Sardis church that is mentioned in the email? > > Cathy K. Phipps > millerm@halcyon.com wrote: > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > > > Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 18:29:16 -0800 > > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > > Subject: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > > > From: "Bill Moore" <zebsdad@qzip.net> > > To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> > > Sent: 08 March, 2000 12:58 PM > > Subject: These belong to anyone? > > > > > Marv and List, > > > Anyone recognize these Kersey's?? > > > Bill Moore > > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > > SARDIS CHURCH > > > Adrian, Ga. > > > Adrian, Ga. is located in Emanuel County which was taken from > Buloch and > > > Montgomery Counties Dec. 10, 1812. The County Seat of Emanuel > County is > > > Swainsboro, Ga. > > > > > > The church was established May 7, 1853 with the following > members: > > > > > > Elder Spencer Meeks > > > Elder Archibald Odom > > > > > > > > > Riner, Edward > > > Riner, William M. > > > Albritton, James M. > > > Riner, Retta > > > Kersey, Susannah > > > Riner, Eliza > > > Riner, Temperance > > > Wheeler, Elizabeth > > > Kersey, Thomas > > > Benton, Adam > > > Johnson, Eli > > > Cole, Sarah > > > Riner, Feriba > > > Kersey, Eliza > > > Neal, Elizabeth > > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > > > Earn $$$$-Get paid to surf the internet. Join now at http://www.alladvantage.com/home.asp?refid=EYH450 Lori (EYH-450---referral code)

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#23. Kersey Inventors - from Bill
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Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:44:37 -0700 From: "Bill" <bkersey@wolsi.com> Subject: Kersey Inventors Marv I have attached a word doc that has all the Kersey patent information I could find from the patent office and a little history note about the first one I didn't get credit for :-) Bill Kersey Kersey Patent Information Collected by Bill Kersey, Salt Lake City, Utah Just as a note to history: United States Patent 4,857,002 was really invented by Bill Kersey, Salt Lake City, Utah and was sold or consigned by Sperry Corp. to Methode Electronics and I have the Application For United States Patent to prove it. Sperry gave me a plaque and $500 for it :-) United States Patent 3,995,565 Kersey Dec. 7, 1976 Extensible telescoping cargo brace Inventors: Kersey; Henry C. (1105 Sixth St. SW., Canton, OH 44707). United States Patent 4,077,573 Kersey, et. al. Mar. 7, 1978 Independently mounted thresher cutters Inventors: Kersey; Carl H. (Richmond, VA); United States Patent 4,172,963 Kersey, et. al. Oct. 30, 1979 Checker and automatic synchronizer for coding equipment Kersey; Joseph A. (Arlington, VA).; United States Patent 4,245,714 Kersey Jan. 20, 1981 Mining vehicle Inventors: Kersey; Frank N. (712 Mountain La., Bluefield, VA 24605). United States Patent 4,449,686 Kersey May 22, 1984 Display fixture mounting bracket Inventors: Kersey; Melvin L. (Paragould, AR). United States Patent 4,642,458 Kersey, et. al. Feb. 10, 1987 Polarimetric fibre sensor Kersey; Alan D. (Washington, DC); United States Patent 4,669,196 Kersey Jun. 2, 1987 Rangefinding adjustable bow sight Inventors: Kersey; Anthony E. (1240 South Mulberry, Martinsville, IN 46151). United States Patent 4,678,909 Kersey, et. al. Jul. 7, 1987 Optical pressure sensing apparatus Kersey; Alan D. (Washington, DC); United States Patent 4,714,342 Kersey, et. al. Dec. 22, 1987 Fiber optical interferometric temperature sensor with ramp modulation Kersey; Alan D. (Washington, DC); United States Patent 4,739,661 Kersey, et. al. Apr. 26, 1988 Fiber-optic accelerometer having cantilevered acceleration-sensitive mass Kersey; Alan (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 4,782,808 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 8, 1988 Process and apparatus for reducing port fuel injector deposits Kersey; Victor L. (Ashland, KY); United States Patent 4,820,956 Kersey, et. al. Apr. 11, 1989 Light matrix display system Kersey; Bill (Smithfield, UT); United States Patent 4,874,244 Kersey Oct. 17, 1989 Method and apparatus for increasing the unambiguous sensing range in an interferometric fiber gyroscope Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 4,886,381 Kersey Dec. 12, 1989 Dot matrix print head assembly Inventors: Kersey; Kevin T. (San Diego, CA). United States Patent 4,889,986 Kersey, et. al. Dec. 26, 1989 Serial interferometric fiber-optic sensor array Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 4,897,543 Kersey Jan. 30, 1990 Apparatus and method for minimizing polarization-induced signal fading in an interferometric fiber-optic sensor using input-polarization control Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 4,907,849 Kersey, et. al. Mar. 13, 1990 Integrated-optic, polarization-selective phase modulator Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 4,908,742 Kersey Mar. 13, 1990 Portable desk unit Inventors: Kersey; Denise A. (1708 Walpole Pl., Modesto, CA 95351). United States Patent 4,932,783 Kersey, et. al. Jun. 12, 1990 Apparatus and method for minimizing polarization-induced signal fading in an interferometric fiber-optic sensor using input-polarization modulation Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 4,968,110 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 6, 1990 Apparatus and method for optimizing the modulation efficiency of a remotely-located, polarization-sensitive, integrated optic modulator which is addressed with a non-polarization-preserving fiber Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,003,995 Kersey Apr. 2, 1991 Compositions and articles for stimulating taste receptors Inventors: Kersey; Robert L. (Morehead City, NC). United States Patent 5,054,922 Kersey Oct. 8, 1991 Differential polarimetric fiber optic sensor Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,063,290 Kersey Nov. 5, 1991 All-optical fiber faraday rotation current sensor with heterodyne detection technique Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,074,272 Kersey, et. al. Dec. 24, 1991 Process and apparatus for reducing port fuel injector deposits Kersey; Victor L. (Ashland, KY); United States Patent 5,104,222 Kersey, et. al. Apr. 14, 1992 System and method for minimizing input polarization-induced phase noise in an interferometric fiber-optic sensor depolarized input light Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,140,154 Kersey, et. al. Aug. 18, 1992 Inline fiber optic sensor arrays with delay elements coupled between sensor units Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent RE34,135 Kersey, et. al. Dec. 1, 1992 Light matrix display system Kersey; Bill (Salt Lake City, UT); United States Patent 5,180,190 Kersey, et. al. Jan. 19, 1993 Damage-resistant containment device Inventors: Kersey; Joe B. (Duncan, OK); United States Patent 5,202,747 Kersey Apr. 13, 1993 Fiber optic gyroscope with wide dynamic range analog phase tracker Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,206,924 Kersey Apr. 27, 1993 Fiber optic Michelson sensor and arrays with passive elimination of polarization fading and source feedback isolation Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,227,857 Kersey Jul. 13, 1993 System for cancelling phase noise in an interferometric fiber optic sensor arrangement Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,308,590 Kersey, et. al. May 3, 1994 Apparatus for removing particulate matter and gases from a polluted gas stream Inventors: Kersey; Larry M. (Scottsdale, AZ); United States Patent 5,312,598 Kersey, et. al. May 17, 1994 Hopper system and electrostatic gun for injection of an electrostatically charged sorbent into a polluted gas stream Inventors: Kersey; Larry M. (Scottsdale, AZ); United States Patent 5,319,440 Kersey, et. al. Jun. 7, 1994 Fiber optic gyroscopes with depolarized light Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,332,562 Kersey, et. al. Jul. 26, 1994 Method for removing particulate matter and gases from a polluted gas stream Inventors: Kersey; Larry M. (8501 E. Camino Vivaz, Scottsdale, AZ 85255); United States Patent D351,859 Kersey, et. al. ** Oct. 25, 1994 Tape dispenser Kersey; Clarence C. (Sarasota, FL); United States Patent 5,361,130 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 1, 1994 Fiber grating-based sensing system with interferometric wavelength-shift detection Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,364,012 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 15, 1994 Method of producing metal encapsulated plastic tank systems Kersey; Joe B. (Duncan, OK); United States Patent 5,379,045 Kersey, et. al. Jan. 3, 1995 SATPS mapping with angle orientation calibrator Kersey; Steve (Elgin, IL); United States Patent 5,396,166 Kersey, et. al. Mar. 7, 1995 Fiber optic interferometric electric field and voltage sensor utilizing an electrostrictive transducer Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,410,404 Kersey, et. al. Apr. 25, 1995 Fiber grating-based detection system for wavelength encoded fiber sensors Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent H1,436 Kersey, et. al. May 2, 1995 Interferometric fiber optic sensor configuration with pump-induced phase carrier Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (9035 Silvercreek Ct., Fairfax Station, VA 22039); United States Patent 5,428,686 Kersey, et. al. Jun. 27, 1995 Secure communication system having long-term keying variable Kersey; Joseph A. (Arlington, VA); United States Patent 5,434,501 Kersey, et. al. Jul. 18, 1995 Polarization insensitive current and magnetic field optic sensor Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,438,411 Kersey Aug. 1, 1995 Electronic phase-tracking open-loop fiber optic gyroscope Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA). United States Patent 5,440,414 Kersey, et. al. Aug. 8, 1995 Adaptive polarization diversity detection scheme for coherent communications and interferometric fiber sensors Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,479,094 Kersey, et. al. Dec. 26, 1995 Polarization insensitive current and magnetic field optic sensor Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,488,475 Kersey, et. al. Jan. 30, 1996 Active fiber cavity strain sensor with temperature independence Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA). United States Patent 5,495,366 Kersey, et. al. Feb. 27, 1996 Apparatus and method for eliminating polarization sensitivity in transducers Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,528,367 Kersey, et. al. Jun. 18, 1996 In-line fiber etalon strain sensor Kersey; Alan D. (Fair Fax Station, VA); United States Patent H1,626 Kersey, et. al. Jan. 7, 1997 Fiber optic network system with low crosstalk using code-division multiplexing Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (9305 Silvercreek Ct., Fairfax Station, VA 22039); United States Patent 5,591,412 Kersey, et. al. Jan. 7, 1997 Electrostatic gun for injection of an electrostatically charged sorbent into a polluted gas stream Kersey; Larry M. (Scottsdale, AZ); United States Patent 5,645,052 Kersey Jul. 8, 1997 Anaesthetic vaporizer with expandable/contractable reservoir for pumping liquid anaesthetic Inventors: Kersey; Clifford Graham (Keighley, GB3). United States Patent 5,648,049 Kersey, et. al. Jul. 15, 1997 Purging electrostatic gun for a charged dry sorbent injection and control system for the remediation of pollutants in a gas stream Kersey; Larry (Scottsdale, AZ); United States Patent 5,664,561 Kersey Sept. 9, 1997 High/low flow anesthetic vaporizer Inventors: Kersey; Clifford G. (Oregon, WI). United States Patent 5,680,489 Kersey Oct. 21, 1997 Optical sensor system utilizing bragg grating sensors Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA). United States Patent 5,706,079 Kersey Jan. 6, 1998 Ultra-high sensitivity transducer with chirped bragg grating relector Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA). United States Patent 5,748,312 Kersey, et. al. May 5, 1998 Sensing apparatus and method for detecting strain between fiber bragg grating sensors inscribed into an optical fiber Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,757,487 Kersey May 26, 1998 Methods and apparatus for distributed optical fiber sensing of strain or multiple parameters Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA). United States Patent 5,787,668 Kersey, et. al. Aug. 4, 1998 Ventilated insulated roofing system with improved resistance to wind uplift Kersey; Timothy L. (Arkadelphia, AR). United States Patent 5,818,585 Kersey, et. al. Oct. 6, 1998 Fiber Bragg grating interrogation system with adaptive calibration Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent 5,870,245 Kersey, et. al. Feb. 9, 1999 Modular cabinet for data storage media and drives Inventors: Kersey; Kevin T. (San Diego, CA); United States Patent 5,892,860 Kersey, et. al. Apr. 6, 1999 Multi-parameter fiber optic sensor for use in harsh environments Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA). United States Patent 5,945,666 Kersey, et. al. Aug. 31, 1999 Hybrid fiber bragg grating/long period fiber grating sensor for strain/temperature discrimination Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Fairfax Station, VA); United States Patent H1,813 Kersey Nov. 2, 1999 Spectrally-selective fiber transmission filter system Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (9305 Silvercreek Ct., Fairfax Station, VA 22039). United States Patent 5,986,749 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 16, 1999 Fiber optic sensing system Kersey; Alan D; United States Patent 5,986,784 Kersey, et. al. Nov. 16, 1999 Adaptive polarization diversity detection scheme for coherent communications and interferometric fiber sensors Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (Springfield, VA); United States Patent 5,987,197 Kersey Nov. 16, 1999 Array topologies for implementing serial fiber Bragg grating interferometer arrays Inventors: Kersey; Alan D. (South Glastonbury, CT). United States Patent 6,024,087 Kersey, et. al. Feb. 15, 2000 Emergency oxygen flowmeter arrangement Inventors: Kersey; Clifford G. (Oregon, WI);

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#24. RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Marv Miller
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 08:17:49 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Hi Linda-- Welcome to the group. Do you have more information on the children, etc. of James Kersey and Jane Roddenberry? I don't have this marriage in my database. I do have a James Kersey b. c1800, wife Jane ? b. c1812, both born in Georgia. In 1850 they were in Jefferson Co., Florida. Children listed in the 1850 census were William, George, Emily, Lurana, Mary A., Tempy, Elijah, Cynthia, and Susan. The oldest was born c. 1832, consistent with an 1830 marriage. Does this sound like the right family? Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> To: "Kersey Digest" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: 09 March, 2000 6:47 AM Subject: Re: List Welcome My name is Linda Chestnut Hill. I'm related to James Kersey that Feb 14, 1830 married Jane Roddenberry, in Thomas County Georgia. ...

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#25. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Pansylea Willburn
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 08:48:04 +0000 From: "Pansylea Willburn" <willburn@earthlink.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? Can you tell me where this John Kersey, born 1764, was born and later lived. Thanks. Pansylea ---------- >From: millerm@halcyon.com >To: Kersey List <millerm@halcyon.com> >Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? >Date: Fri, Mar 10, 2000, 5:37 AM > > > >++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > >Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:25:24 -0800 >From: lmccane@juno.com >Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > >I wonder if instead this might be Susannah married to Thomas J. Kersey >(b1809) and Thomas' sister Eliza Kersey (also b1809) decendents of >John Kersey (b1782) son of John Kersey (b1764)--- > >David and Joyce, what do you think?.....this would be our line... > >Lori > >On Thu, 9 Mar 2000 17:29:16 -0800 millerm@halcyon.com writes: >> >> >> ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ >> >> Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 20:14:51 -0500 >> From: Cathy Phipps <nut1@bellsouth.net> >> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? >> >> Hey Marv and Bob, >> I think the Susannah Kersey might be my gggrandmother who was >> married to >> Richard G. Kersey. Oh I surely hope so. Does anyone have any more >> info on >> the Sardis church that is mentioned in the email? >> >> Cathy K. Phipps >> millerm@halcyon.com wrote: >> >> > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ >> > >> > Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 18:29:16 -0800 >> > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> >> > Subject: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? >> > >> > From: "Bill Moore" <zebsdad@qzip.net> >> > To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> >> > Sent: 08 March, 2000 12:58 PM >> > Subject: These belong to anyone? >> > >> > > Marv and List, >> > > Anyone recognize these Kersey's?? >> > > Bill Moore >> > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ >> > > SARDIS CHURCH >> > > Adrian, Ga. >> > > Adrian, Ga. is located in Emanuel County which was taken from >> Buloch and >> > > Montgomery Counties Dec. 10, 1812. The County Seat of Emanuel >> County is >> > > Swainsboro, Ga. >> > > >> > > The church was established May 7, 1853 with the following >> members: >> > > >> > > Elder Spencer Meeks >> > > Elder Archibald Odom >> > > >> > > >> > > Riner, Edward >> > > Riner, William M. >> > > Albritton, James M. >> > > Riner, Retta >> > > Kersey, Susannah >> > > Riner, Eliza >> > > Riner, Temperance >> > > Wheeler, Elizabeth >> > > Kersey, Thomas >> > > Benton, Adam >> > > Johnson, Eli >> > > Cole, Sarah >> > > Riner, Feriba >> > > Kersey, Eliza >> > > Neal, Elizabeth >> > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ >> >> >> Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List >> >> To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com >> with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" >> without the quotes. >> >> >> > >Earn $$$$-Get paid to surf the internet. Join now at > http://www.alladvantage.com/home.asp?refid=EYH450 >Lori (EYH-450---referral code) > > > >Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > >To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > > > >

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#26. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from Pat Henry
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 14:21:57 -0700 From: Pat Henry <pathenry@micron.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? I would be interested in knowing more about the Kerseys in the message below. Would there be more information concerning the John Kersey (b 1782) and John Kersey (b 1764)? Would appreciate anything about them and their families. Pat millerm@halcyon.com wrote: > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:25:24 -0800 > From: lmccane@juno.com > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > I wonder if instead this might be Susannah married to Thomas J. Kersey > (b1809) and Thomas' sister Eliza Kersey (also b1809) decendents of > John Kersey (b1782) son of John Kersey (b1764)--- > > David and Joyce, what do you think?.....this would be our line... > > Lori >

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#27. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 19:54:20 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Correct///////////////////////1The oldest daughter was Elizabeth Kersey that married James chestnut DEc 7, 1848. Since she married in 1848 she was not included in James Kersey and Janes census of 1850. Whatcha got? Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 6:14 PM Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 08:17:49 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > Hi Linda-- > > Welcome to the group. Do you have more information on the children, etc. of > James Kersey and Jane Roddenberry? I don't have this marriage in my > database. I do have a James Kersey b. c1800, wife Jane ? b. c1812, both > born in Georgia. In 1850 they were in Jefferson Co., Florida. Children > listed in the 1850 census were William, George, Emily, Lurana, Mary A., > Tempy, Elijah, Cynthia, and Susan. The oldest was born c. 1832, consistent > with an 1830 marriage. Does this sound like the right family? > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm > > From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> > To: "Kersey Digest" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Sent: 09 March, 2000 6:47 AM > Subject: Re: List Welcome > > My name is Linda Chestnut Hill. I'm related to James Kersey that Feb 14, > 1830 married Jane Roddenberry, in Thomas County Georgia. ... > > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#28. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 20:06:11 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Have information on several fo them including my Elizabeth that married James Chestnut, in 1848 plus a document of Emily;s, saying she was her sister. A couple of others two from family that lived in Perry, Fl. Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 6:14 PM Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 08:17:49 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > Hi Linda-- > > Welcome to the group. Do you have more information on the children, etc. of > James Kersey and Jane Roddenberry? I don't have this marriage in my > database. I do have a James Kersey b. c1800, wife Jane ? b. c1812, both > born in Georgia. In 1850 they were in Jefferson Co., Florida. Children > listed in the 1850 census were William, George, Emily, Lurana, Mary A., > Tempy, Elijah, Cynthia, and Susan. The oldest was born c. 1832, consistent > with an 1830 marriage. Does this sound like the right family? > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm > > From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> > To: "Kersey Digest" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Sent: 09 March, 2000 6:47 AM > Subject: Re: List Welcome > > My name is Linda Chestnut Hill. I'm related to James Kersey that Feb 14, > 1830 married Jane Roddenberry, in Thomas County Georgia. ... > > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#29. Kersey - from Cathy Phipps
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 10:51:33 -0500 From: Cathy Phipps <nut1@bellsouth.net> Subject: Kersey Hi Marv, I was looking at your home page yesterday and saw a couple of things that need to be corrected. You have my husband's name as Schley Ellis Phipps and it is really Ellis Schley Phipps Jr. Also we have two children that you don't have listed, Samuel Waylon Phipps, born 6/14/80 and Jessica Megan Phipps, born 4/23/84. Thanks, Catherine Kersey Phipps

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#30. Kersey Obituary - from BByrd27855@aol.com
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 16:17:29 EST From: BByrd27855@aol.com Subject: Kersey Obituary Marv, This obiturary is in today's Dothan, Eagle. Mrs. Patsy Pauline Kersey Lawhon,73 of Pinellas Park, Fla. died March 8, 2000. Burial will be in Geneva City Cemetery, Geneva, Alabama, 3-11-2000. Mrs Lawhon was born 2-19-1927, in Samson, Alabama, the daughter of Paul & Bobbie Bowden Kersey.She is survived by 5 daughters, Connie James, Joyce Batton, Paula Crawford, Carrol Grillis & Johnnie Lawhon: 2 sisters, Jackie Lee, Dorothy Griffin. She was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Paul Kersey, Jr. and Lester (Dago) Kersey. I do not know these Kerseys but maybe this will help someone. Sue

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#31. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:01:27 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY In a message dated 03/07/2000 12:28:32 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << A Tillman Kersey was born in 1852 and is the son of Calvin Coe Kersey. He was born in Lee or Terrell Cty GA. I have been trying to make a connection between Calvin's father Alfred L. Kersey and Bannister Kersey . >> Bannister is in my family line and thus far I have been unsucdessful in tracing the family deeper into history beyond Bannister. His father supposedly was an Elijy (Elijah?) Kersey. Bannister supposedly had brothers William, James and Joseph. None of his children are named Alfred, at least none that showed up in the census records. I am headed for Jefferson County, Ga where Bannister was supposed to have been born. Will be researching the musty records this May. I'll pass anything I find to the list.

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#32. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:21:00 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry In a message dated 03/11/2000 1:13:20 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Correct///////////////////////1The oldest daughter was Elizabeth Kersey that married James chestnut DEc 7, 1848. Since she married in 1848 she was not included in James Kersey and Janes census of 1850. >> Hi Linda...do you by perchance have any info on your James parents or his brothers. My Bannister Kersey had a brother James, both born in Georgia, believed in Jefferson County, around 1800.

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#33. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:18:40 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Yep that is the right one. My Elizabeth Kersey is probably their oldest child. She married my James Chestnut Dec 7 1848 in Jefferson Co, Fl. I have Emily's family, it was through her I idientified their father. Tempy's descendant and I met a few years back. Her relatives put us on to the Roddenbery's.Have also identified Susan Chestnut clinching my James Chestnut's parentage is William and Susan(Folks) Chestnut. Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 6:14 PM Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 08:17:49 -0800 > From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Subject: RE: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > Hi Linda-- > > Welcome to the group. Do you have more information on the children, etc. of > James Kersey and Jane Roddenberry? I don't have this marriage in my > database. I do have a James Kersey b. c1800, wife Jane ? b. c1812, both > born in Georgia. In 1850 they were in Jefferson Co., Florida. Children > listed in the 1850 census were William, George, Emily, Lurana, Mary A., > Tempy, Elijah, Cynthia, and Susan. The oldest was born c. 1832, consistent > with an 1830 marriage. Does this sound like the right family? > > Marv > millerm@halcyon.com > http://www.halcyon.com/millerm > > From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> > To: "Kersey Digest" <millerm@halcyon.com> > Sent: 09 March, 2000 6:47 AM > Subject: Re: List Welcome > > My name is Linda Chestnut Hill. I'm related to James Kersey that Feb 14, > 1830 married Jane Roddenberry, in Thomas County Georgia. ... > > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#34. Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from JANASM@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 02:11:41 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 Looking through the 1830 Census of Ga. at the library, I found the following listings for Kersey/Kearsey. Everyone may have this information, but just by chance if not: The initials were given for the county and I am not sure exactly what some of them stand for. Janas Kersey, Ailsey Bke " , Charles Hry " , John Em " , Thomas Em " , William Cow " , William Tms Kearsey, Banister Hst

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#35. "Kerseys in Colchester, Ontario ": Rev Alexander Kersey. - from nmvick
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 09:27:26 -0800 From: nmvick <nmvick@umich.edu> Subject: "Kerseys in Colchester, Ontario ": Rev Alexander Kersey. In response to an earilier inqury of the black Kerseys of Colcherster and Harrow Ontario Canada, I would like to Know The Place of Birth of Rev Alexander Kersey and if his father is Ephraim Kersey? Sources reveal that most of the Black Kersey migrated to the state of Indiana and mirgrated to Canada. In the 1850 Jennings County, Indiana Census I see Alexander Kersey being in the famiily of Ephraim and Rebecca Kersey, their children listed as Elisha 28yr Alexander 17yr, Mariah 16yr, Willis 13yr. More recent information reveal the Rev Alexander Kersey may have been born in Terre Haute Indiana. Many thanks go the Quakers, in the efforts in getting my african-americans to Freedom. Terrence A. Vick Ypsilanti, Mi.

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#36. Laura Kersey Library - from Marv Miller
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 09:06:31 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: Laura Kersey Library Hi folks-- More information about the Laura Kersey Library at the University of Louisville: From: "Carol Brinkman" <csbrin01@louisville.edu> To: <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: 06 March, 2000 7:17 AM Subject: Fwd: Yes. Miss Laura Kersey was the first professional librarian at Speed School, serving as director from 1940 until 1974. She continued working part time until December 1980. When this building, formerly the Institute of Industrial Research, was converted into a library, the facility was named in honor of Miss Kersey. From: <Miller Marv> To: <csbrin01@gwise.louisville.edu> Sent: 04 March, 2000 7:11 AM Subject: Kersey Library Comment *********** Comment Form *********** * Laura Kersey Library * ************************************ Status: Faculty x Staff Graduate Student Undergraduate Student Other Name: Marv, Miller E-mail: millerm@halcyon.com Department or Major: Comment: Is the Laura Kersey library named for Laura Kersey, born 1906/07, who is listed in Who's Who in Library Service? Thanks for your help. Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 01:58:46 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Kersey .... 619867 Kersey, Laura 1906- A Biographical Directory of Librarians in the United States and Canada. Fifth edition. Edited by Lee Ash. Chicago: American Library Association, 1970. (BiDrLUS 70) Who's Who in Library Service. A biographical directory of professional librarians in the United States and Canada. Fourth edition. Edited by Lee Ash. Hamden, CT: Shoe String Press, 1966. (WhoLibS 66) -- 619868 Kersey, Laura 1907- Who's Who in Library Service. A biographical directory of professional librarians of the United States and Canada. Third edition. Edited by Dorothy Ethlyn Cole. New York: Grolier Society, 1955. (WhoLibS 55) .... Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm

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#37. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from Linda Hill
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 13:42:12 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry Don't have any brothers or sisters of James, parents either. I know there are several Kersey men that would be right age for siblings. Got any good stuff? Thanks for response, Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 1:44 AM Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:21:00 EST > From: PETENOEL@aol.com > Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > In a message dated 03/11/2000 1:13:20 AM Eastern Standard Time, > millerm@halcyon.com writes: > > << From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> > Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry > > Correct///////////////////////1The oldest daughter was Elizabeth Kersey that > married James chestnut DEc 7, 1848. Since she married in 1848 she was not > included in James Kersey and Janes census of 1850. > >> > Hi Linda...do you by perchance have any info on your James parents or his > brothers. My Bannister Kersey had a brother James, both born in Georgia, > believed in Jefferson County, around 1800. > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#38. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from Linda Hill
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 13:54:31 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 Hi Kersey Cuz, Aisley Kersey,Bke Burke Charles Kersey, Henry John Kersey, Emannuel Thomas Kersey, Emanuel William Kersey, Cowetha William Kersey, Thomas (believe he was possible son of James) Banister Kersey, Houston Those are the counties in Georgia I think you were refering to. How about Libron Kersey? Does anywone claim him? He married Barcilla Boyett in Madison County, Fl. He died in Pasco Co., Fl Thanks! Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 9:41 AM Subject: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 02:11:41 EST > From: JANASM@aol.com > Subject: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 > > Looking through the 1830 Census of Ga. at the library, I found the following > listings for Kersey/Kearsey. Everyone may have this information, but just by > chance if not: > The initials were given for the county and I am not sure exactly what some of > them stand for. > Janas > > Kersey, Ailsey Bke > " , Charles Hry > " , John Em > " , Thomas Em > " , William Cow > " , William Tms > Kearsey, Banister Hst > > > > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#39. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from Linda Hill
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 13:58:26 -0500 From: "Linda Hill" <hillli@gator.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY My James Kersey had a son Elijah. Do you know of a relationship? Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: "Kersey List" <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 1:43 AM Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 22:01:27 EST > From: PETENOEL@aol.com > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY > > In a message dated 03/07/2000 12:28:32 AM Eastern Standard Time, > millerm@halcyon.com writes: > > << > A Tillman Kersey was born in 1852 and is the son of Calvin Coe Kersey. He > was born in Lee or Terrell Cty GA. > > I have been trying to make a connection between Calvin's father > Alfred L. Kersey and Bannister Kersey . > >> > Bannister is in my family line and thus far I have been unsucdessful in > tracing the family deeper into history beyond Bannister. His father > supposedly was an Elijy (Elijah?) Kersey. Bannister supposedly had brothers > William, James and Joseph. None of his children are named Alfred, at least > none that showed up in the census records. I am headed for Jefferson County, > Ga where Bannister was supposed to have been born. Will be researching the > musty records this May. I'll pass anything I find to the list. > > > > Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List > > To Unsubscribe: email millerm@halcyon.com > with SUBJECT = "Kersey:CMD:UNSUBSCRIBE" > without the quotes. > >

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#40. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 14:12:54 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 In a message dated 03/12/2000 9:53:36 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << Looking through the 1830 Census of Ga. at the library, >> Hi Janas....the Bannister Kearsey is 90% certain my guy. Hst stands for Houston County. I'll probably committ hari kari if one of these days I discover there were two Bannister Kersey's floating around Georgia during that era. Pete

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#41. Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 15:02:09 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: KERSEY In a message dated 03/12/2000 2:43:31 PM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << My James Kersey had a son Elijah. Do you know of a relationship? Linda - >> The only relationship there might be that James son was the grandson of the Elijy(Elijah) I have been seeking......Pete

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#42. Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 15:09:20 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: James Kersey & Jane Roddenberry In a message dated 03/12/2000 2:43:52 PM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << Don't have any brothers or sisters of James, parents either. I know there are several Kersey men that would be right age for siblings. Got any good stuff? >> Only slim possibilities. My James had Joseph, William and Bannister as brothers. I only have info on Bannister. Was James born in Jefferson County, Ga?

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#43. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from Marc L. Hundley
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 14:31:48 -0600 From: "Marc L. Hundley" <mhundley@isbe.accessus.net> Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 Hello, We are still looking for an Elijah Kersey marr. to Sarah with children in Ga. Emanuel Co. as of 1860 census - Elijah, Jr. 9, Jeremiah 8, Sarah 5, Hamiltion 3, and Westley 1 Does anyone see them listed in an earlier census. We are fairly sure that he was not the son of John and Nancy, but a nephew is not out ruled... Thanks for look ups and thoughts, Ruth in Illinois

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#44. RE: Colchester, Ontario Kerseys - from Marv Miller
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 15:09:43 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: RE: Colchester, Ontario Kerseys Hi Terrence-- I don't have the father of Rev. Alexander Kersey in my data, but you are right, Ephraim and Rebecca look like good candidates for his parents. I didn't see Elisha listed as a child of Ephraim in the census? Two neighboring families, Allen Kersey and Dennis Kersey look like they could well be older children of Ephraim and Rebecca. There is also a Dennis Kersey on the next page of the census who looks like he could be a brother of Ephraim. The children of Allen Kersey show up in the 1860 census of Kalamazoo Co., Michigan. There are other black Kerseys from Canada in the 1860 Kalamazoo Co. census. Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 09:27:26 -0800 From: nmvick <nmvick@umich.edu> Subject: "Kerseys in Colchester, Ontario ": Rev Alexander Kersey. In response to an earilier inqury of the black Kerseys of Colcherster and Harrow Ontario Canada, I would like to Know The Place of Birth of Rev Alexander Kersey and if his father is Ephraim Kersey? ...In the 1850 Jennings County, Indiana Census I see Alexander Kersey being in the famiily of Ephraim and Rebecca Kersey, their children listed as Elisha 28yr Alexander 17yr, ... Terrence A. Vick Ypsilanti, Mi.

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#45. RE: Alexander C. Kersey - Colchester, Ontario? - from Marv Miller
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 15:17:26 -0800 From: "Marv Miller" <millerm@halcyon.com> Subject: RE: Alexander C. Kersey - Colchester, Ontario? Hi again Terrence-- I just noticed that the Dennis Kersey living next to Ephraim Kersey in the 1850 Jennings co., Indiana census also has a son Alexander C. Kersey b.1832. Looks like either Alexander son of Ephraim or Alexander C. probably grandson of Ephraim could be Rev. Alexander Kersey? Marv millerm@halcyon.com http://www.halcyon.com/millerm

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#46. Lavina Kersey - from Barbara L Richardson
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 19:24:19 -0500 From: Barbara L Richardson <joatmon7@inetdirect.net> Subject: Lavina Kersey Hi All, I have a Lavina Kersey that was born in Tennessee, and married on 27 Jan 1842 to Leonidas Gilson in Rush Co., IN which is verrry close to Jennings Co. Do you have a sister or an Aunt Lavina anywhere? I have no parents or siblings for her. She might be listed as Lucinda in some records as it was in a handwritten document I saw somewhere. I have a copy of her marriage license and it is definitely Lavina. Please help! Thanks a Bunch, Barbara Richardson

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#47. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from JANASM@aol.com
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 20:02:58 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 Pete, If it is any consolation to you, that was the only Kersey/Kearsey in Ga. in 1830. I had the bound indexed book and it was for Ga. in 1830. I assure you there were no others listed except the ones that I printed. I would say that if your Bannister was in Ga in 1830, I would be 99.9% sure that he's your man. Thanks, Janas

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#48. Re: Kersey Inventors - from Amy Rogoski
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 09:15:20 -0500 From: "Amy Rogoski" <arogoski@stny.rr.com> Subject: Re: Kersey Inventors Dad - Very interesting. I have printed this out and am looking forward to reading through it. I'd like to hear more about your geneaology work! Amy ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: Kersey List <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 10:41 AM Subject: Kersey Inventors > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:44:37 -0700 > From: "Bill" <bkersey@wolsi.com> > Subject: Kersey Inventors > > Marv > I have attached a word doc that has all the > Kersey patent information I could find > from the patent office and a little history > note about the first one I didn't get credit > for :-) > > Bill Kersey >

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#49. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:28:48 -0500 From: "David Love" <midgain@pineland.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? HI ALL SORRY IT HAS TAKEN SO LONG TO REPLY BUT I HAVE BEEN OUT OF TOWN. THE KERSEY'S LISTED BELOW I CAN IDENTIFY: DAVID > > SARDIS CHURCH > > Adrian, Ga. > > Adrian, Ga. is located in Emanuel County which was taken from Buloch and > > Montgomery Counties Dec. 10, 1812. The County Seat of Emanuel County is > > Swainsboro, Ga. > > > > The church was established May 7, 1853 with the following members: > > > > Elder Spencer Meeks SON OF ALLEN MEEKS & SUSANNAH TISON > > Elder Archibald Odom > > > > > > Riner, Edward > > Riner, William M. > > Albritton, James M. > > Riner, Retta > > Kersey, Susannah WIFE OF THOMAS KERSEY > > Riner, Eliza > > Riner, Temperance > > Wheeler, Elizabeth > > Kersey, Thomas SON OF JOHN & NANCY KERSEY > > Benton, Adam > > Johnson, Eli SON IN LAW OF JOHN & NANCY KERSEY > > Cole, Sarah > > Riner, Feriba > > Kersey, Eliza DAUGHTER OF JOHN & NANCY KERSEY > > Neal, Elizabeth

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#50. Re: Question about black Kersey history - from Hck1031@aol.com
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:44:19 EST From: Hck1031@aol.com Subject: Re: Question about black Kersey history To anyone who might be able to answer this question [black or white]: How did the Kersey name originate within the roots of the black community? Did slaves take the names of their owners when they were freed after the Civil War? Or because many Kerseys were Quakers [as my line is] and probably instrumental in helping the slaves to freedom they took the name of the one who helped them? Or maybe a little of both? There are quite a few well known black Kerseys; Jerome Kersey of the National Basketball Association, Ken Kersey the black jass pianist of the 40s and 50s to name a couple. I have only met one Kersey of African American descent and he was in a group that took our place when we were shipped back to the States from Korea in 1951. I met him but didn't get to talk to him very much and have always wondered about this every since that time. Of course there is always the possibility that some of your ancestors immigrated to America from Europe the same as the ancestors of the white Kersey population did. I would like to have the answer for this for my Kersey history book. Thanks to anybody who might be able to enlighten me on this subject. HCK

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#51. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:37:58 -0500 From: "David Love" <midgain@pineland.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? HI LORI THIS IS OUR LINE DAVID ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: Kersey List <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Friday, March 10, 2000 12:37 AM Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 21:25:24 -0800 > From: lmccane@juno.com > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > I wonder if instead this might be Susannah married to Thomas J. Kersey > (b1809) and Thomas' sister Eliza Kersey (also b1809) decendents of > John Kersey (b1782) son of John Kersey (b1764)--- > > David and Joyce, what do you think?.....this would be our line... > > Lori >

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#52. Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? - from David Love
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:36:13 -0500 From: "David Love" <midgain@pineland.net> Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? HI CATHY: SARDIS CHURCH IS LOCATED ABOUT 5 MILES SOUTH OF KITE, ABOUT A MILE FROM THE JOHNSON COUNTY LINA AND ABOUT 2 MILES FROM MY HOME AND THE KERSEY'S HOME AT THAT TIME. DAVID ----- Original Message ----- From: <millerm@halcyon.com> To: Kersey List <millerm@halcyon.com> Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2000 8:29 PM Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > > ++Kersey Family History and Genealogy Discussion List++ > > Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 20:14:51 -0500 > From: Cathy Phipps <nut1@bellsouth.net> > Subject: Re: Kersey Fw: These belong to anyone? > > Hey Marv and Bob, > I think the Susannah Kersey might be my gggrandmother who was married to > Richard G. Kersey. Oh I surely hope so. Does anyone have any more info on > the Sardis church that is mentioned in the email? > > Cathy K. Phipps

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#53. Kersey Inventors - from Joe Kersey
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 20:00:18 -0600 From: "Joe Kersey" <jakersey@erols.com> Subject: Kersey Inventors I have a son named Alan Kersey. Unfortunately his name is not Alan D. Kersey. That guy lives somewhere in my neighborhood and must be some kin f brain. However, I amthe Joseph A. Kersey from Arlington who is responsible for a piddling 2 inventions on his list (compared to Alan Kersey's). I think I made a total of about $500 on both of my inventions. Joe Kersey jakersey@erols.com

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#54. Joyce Kersey Karr - from Joe Kersey
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Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 20:13:44 -0600 From: "Joe Kersey" <jakersey@erols.com> Subject: Joyce Kersey Karr Joyce Kersey Karr is not the only Joyce Kersey. I have a cousin living in Huntsville, alabama named Joyce Kersey Haywood. I belive her daughter, Phyllis Hammack in on the Kersey Distribution. Joe Kersey jakersey@erols.com

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#55. Re: Joyce Kersey Karr - from JANASM@aol.com
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Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 12:23:33 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Re: Joyce Kersey Karr I have a half-sister named Joyce Kersey too. Besides Joyce on the list, this is the only other Joyce Kersey that I have seen. My dad is James Kersey and all his children started with "J"'s. Judith, Janas, James Jr., Jamie (boy), Joyce and Joe. Try saying all of them 5 times. :-) Although, I feel very safe saying that I am the only Janas Kersey. (with that spelling). Janas

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#56. Re: Kersey Inventors - from JANASM@aol.com
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Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 12:31:30 EST From: JANASM@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey Inventors Joe, Any invention takes ingenuity and thinking, at least you had inventions that you can speak of. We do have alot of talented Kersey's. Janas

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#57. Kerseys from Putnam Co. West Virginia.. - from Chris Kersey
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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 13:41:14 -0800 (PST) From: Chris Kersey <wvachris@yahoo.com> Subject: Kerseys from Putnam Co. West Virginia.. I am looking for any and all Kerseys that are from Putnam County, West Virginia.. Or that has Family from West Virginia.. Please Visit my web site as well, the web site address is http://members.citynet.net/kersey/kersey.html there is a way to post info straight to our MyFamily.com site.any info would be appreciated.. Christopher Todd Kersey Putnam/Mason Co West Virginia... ===== Chris Kersey I use Yahoo and AOL`s AIM,, My Screen Name for both is : wvachris __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger. http://im.yahoo.com

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#58. Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 - from PETENOEL@aol.com
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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 21:26:19 EST From: PETENOEL@aol.com Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 In a message dated 03/13/2000 12:45:22 AM Eastern Standard Time, millerm@halcyon.com writes: << Subject: Re: Kersey - Kearsey Ga. Census 1830 Pete, If it is any consolation to you, that was the only Kersey/Kearsey in Ga. in 1830 >> Thanks Janas...I've tracked Bannister back to 1829 when he purchased property in Houston County, Ga. Judging from the 1830 census he married his first wife about 1825. You are right, 99.9% certainty he is my guy.,,,,Pete Kersey

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#59. Re: Kersey - from Kristi Zoebelein
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Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2000 22:14:26 -0600 From: Kristi Zoebelein <zoebekl@mail.auburn.edu> Subject: Re: Kersey Hello everyone! I just thought that I would introduce myself to everyone! I was on the list last year for only about a month before my husband and I moved to a different city so I could try and actually get my degree. But now I'm trying to reestablish all my research on my family tree and I need some help! I am the great great granddaughter of Thomas E. Kersey (b. May 1852) and Margaret Susan Carter (b.March 1853). I can't go any farther back than Thomas' parents John A. Kersey (b. abt 1811) and Priscila ___? (b. abt 1820). I would love any information that anyone has concerning this branch of Kerseys in Georgia. I am also tracing my Dyal and McEachin ancestry in Georgia, which they all seem to intermingle at one point or another. I would love any information any could spare! I would also like to ask, before I moved I sent several e-mails back and forth with someone and they had asked me to do some research for them on the Alabama census but I moved and lost their e-mail address. Is that anyone here? Thanks and I'm glad to be a part of the Kersey discussion group! Sorry to ramble on and on! Kristi Zoebelein

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