Your grandmother was my grandmother's sister. My grandmother was Anna Jane White, she married Lycurties Richard Jennings.
So, Aunt Janie was your Grandmother, meaning your mother was either Mary, Louise, Lola, Lottie, Gertrude or Myrtis. I don't think it could be Annell - as far as I recall she and Paul Doughdrill only had a son (and he died at his own hand). Until 1972, we went to family reunions in MS. I have contact with Linda White (her father, Hewlitt was my dad's first cousin), and David White (and for the life of me, I don't recall who his father is, one of Winston's grandsons perhaps), I haven't spoken to Ronnie or Donnie (JY's sons) since JY passed away. I spoke to one of the Corbans about 10 or 12 years back.
As far as land deeds, check with the county clerk's office - or go through wills and probate. you will probably have to search the microfiche, unfortunately.
Millie Terrell's parents was the daughter of Joseph Terrell b. 1755 NC d. 30 Mar 1843 in Liberty. He married Anna Hulette in 1793 in Franklin County GA. Joseph Terrell was the son of Solomon Terrell b 1734 in Granville, NC d. 1775 in Chatham NC. His wife was Elizabeth - no info on her. Anna Hulette's parents were William Hulette and Mary Hansford.
I looked through the papers I got from JY (Jr., not senior - SR passed in 1957 and Jr in 2005) and there is no info on how, when or where Seaborn died. I have seen his name on various documents with spellings of Saeborn (and I can hear the enunciation in my head) Cebrun, and Ceborn.
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