Bevers, Hadaway, Wheeler & Griggs Families

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This is the story of my Georgia family. Most of my ancestors first settled in Virginia, but some initially came through Maryland, Pennsylvania or Massachusets. These early Colonists migrated south and established farms in the Carolinas. When land became available in north Georgia in the 1790's and early 1800's, three of my grandparents' families settled in this newly opened wilderness, though one remained in central NC. We are truly a proud Southern Family.

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Jackson MurphyP: 
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P: Jackson Parish, LouisianaP: 
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D: 17 MAR 1912B: 
P: Pike County, Arkansas(burial Kirby Cemetery)P: 
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Jackson Murphy Jr.10 Austin Reed  =>
B: ABT 1856B: 12 APR 1809
P: Jackson Parish, LouisianaP: Greenville County, South Carolina
M: ABT 1879M: 12 AUG 1828
P:  5 Mary Jane ReedP: Blount County, Alabama
D: B: FEB 1836D: 1896
P: P: Blount County, AlabamaP: Pike County, Arkansas
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P: probably Pike County, Arkansas (probably buried Kirby Cemetery)11 Gracy Berry Scott  
B: ABT 1812
P: Alabama or Spartanburg, South Carolina
D: ABT 1895
P: Jackson Parish, Louisiana
Sarah A. Murphy
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Elizabeth ( ) Murphy14   
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