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William Jones/Bashaba Coffee of Rabun County

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William Jones/Bashaba Coffee of Rabun County

Posted: 21 Jan 2007 10:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Jones, Beavert (Bevert), Cannon, Shirley
I have several good reasons to believe that this William Jones could be a brother to my gggggrandfather, Wallace (Wallis) Jones, who married Susannah Beavert. Wallace and Susan were in the vicinity of Tamassee, SC in the 1810 census and were in Blount County, Alabama by 1819. Wallace had two adjoining land grants (ca. 1818) on Whetstone Creek in Oconee Co., SC., about 5-10 miles from Tamassee. On one of the plats, there was the surveyor's notation, "William Jones lives on this tract of land." This was about the time that William and Bashaba showed up in Rabun County. I would like to exchange views with any serious researcher of this William Jones in an attempt to find his connection to Wallace (if any). Who was their (his) father, possibly named William, and possibly from England or Wales? I hope you have done some original research and please do not cite unfounded internet gossip as fact.
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EdwinHJones 22 Jan 2007 5:11AM GMT 
LavadaBrooks 25 Feb 2007 11:01PM GMT 
edjjo1 27 Feb 2007 12:36AM GMT 
spiderbasket 9 Mar 2007 9:11PM GMT 
willemdancer1... 23 Mar 2007 10:28PM GMT 
spiderbasket 23 Mar 2007 10:39PM GMT 
willemdancer1... 23 Mar 2007 10:48PM GMT 
ewhite213 30 Sep 2009 12:52AM GMT 
edjjo1 30 Sep 2009 4:01PM GMT 
spiderbasket 3 Oct 2009 1:56PM GMT 
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