|Posted By:||Betty B|
|Subject:||Re: Roswell and Ella Wooley Colvin m Logan Co., Ohio|
|Post Date:||September 21, 2003 at 14:54:47|
|Forum:||Colvin Family Genealogy Forum|
Sounds heriditary. (don't know that I spelled that right)LOL
I had to look further back to check again too, but I finally got my desk cleared, but not organized.
If you will check under Colvin # 1308 it will save me much repeat.
I am trying to see if my family is connected to you as I have many Wooley/Woolley lines. 7/8
Checking your messages here is what I found that could relate, and then a few I don't mention:
Smith/Smyth (my GGG-GM born 1802)
Wright (Perhaps your Landon other spelling ? here?)
Miskell site (your Wooley line?)
Means/etc (Does this family connect to your McClure?)
McFarland (Does your Smyth connect here?)
State of NE too (to your Wooley line?)
Just to name a few, looking for connections. The other message will explain more detail and KY could play a big part too.
I am looking for the dod and gravesite or location of my GG-Grandfather Thomas C Wooley/Woolley/etc born c 1800 or some of his children of which I know only where one is buried and it is not the original location.
To answer more clearly, I would have to try to write a book there are so many possibilities.
Roswell and Ella Woolley/Woolley Colvin---Ella is the daughter of my GG-Grandfather, and I would love to make a family connection thru her and Roswell if possible to your lines. They married in Logan Co., Ohio. I don't remember the year at this time. Can try to see if I still have it. The spelling of Roswell's surname has changed so much I fear trying to pin it down right now. I haven't found much on him to verify anything but his marriage to my GGG-Aunt.
Thanks for keeping up with me.