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BEASLEY

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Posted: 8 Jan 2013 12:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi

Look to North Carolina for Gabriel Beasley. You and I are cousins if you are a Trousdale and Gabriel Beasley descendant. Gabriel was born N.C. 1/12/1785. Moved to Louisiana and married a widow (Sarah (nee McWilliams b. Ireland abt 1780)Burns. Sarah was first married to John Burns, b. Ireland. They ended up in South Louisiana and later moved to Morehouse Pparish in N. Louisiana. John died abt 1811 and Sarah married Gabriel about 1811 and moved back to Assumption parish near Napoleonville. I'm a descendant of Sarah and John's daughter Sarah Burns.John and Sarah Burns had 3 children, Maria, Sarah and Willoughby) Gabriel and Sarah raised the children at Wildwood Plantation near Napoleonville. I have seen information regarding the Trousdales (they are from NC and TN) and their close association with my g. grandmother Sarah Zenor (a cousin ). They often wen to "the city NOLA" for fun and entertainment in the late 1800s. My line goes like this: (1)Sarah and John Burns// (2)Sarah Burns and David Lee Robbins Jr.// (3)Lucretia Robbins and George Zenor// (4) Sarah Zenor and William Marshall Magill//(5) Lucretia Magill and George Davison// (6) Zenora Davison and Owen Duffy// (7)Alison Magill Duffy. Hope this reaches you

Alison
alison.duffy@tn.gov
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
gmcglass1 16 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT 
filidust 9 Apr 2007 1:45AM GMT 
gmcglass 10 Apr 2007 12:45PM GMT 
alisonduffy18... 8 Jan 2013 7:02PM GMT 
alisonduffy18... 8 Jan 2013 7:05PM GMT 
gmcglass 10 Jan 2013 5:55AM GMT 
filidust 9 Apr 2007 1:47AM GMT 
corwil54 18 Nov 2007 6:34PM GMT 
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