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Re: Chester & Dunlavy Families of Montgomery Co., Tn and N.C.
Posted by: MONA ROMANS (ID *****5820) Date: September 01, 2010 at 15:26:04
In Reply to: Re: Chester & Dunlavy Families of Montgomery Co., Tn and N.C. by Lynn Bible of 1116

Great! I am always glad to meet a new relative. My relationship to the Chesters is through my father's side. his name is John William Mayberry (b. 2-23-34). His father was Hazel Phillip Mayberry (b. 12-06-1907; d. Apr. 1969). His father's name was William Henry Mayberry (b. 6-24-1888; d. 3-20-31). William Henry had an identical twin brother Johnny(there were several other siblings as well). Their mother was Elizabeth Chester (b. 5-8-1865; d. 2-27-1925. She married George Mayberry 8-13-1887. All my grandfathers were from the Humphries/Hickman county area of Tennessee. Elizabeth's parents were Elizabeth King Baker and John Chester, Jr. John, Jr.'s father was, of course, John Sr. I have not found anything past John Sr. although I am trying to follow up on a couple of leads. How are you related to John Sr.?

Mona


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