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Inabinets in SC

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Inabinets in SC

Posted: 11 Dec 2000 8:45AM GMT
Edited: 3 Dec 2001 10:22AM GMT
I am researching my mother's family tree. She was a Smoak from St. Mathews,SC. Her family tree includes Smoaks, Golsons,Staleys, McMichaels, and Bartons.Inabinets appear in the tree periodically, and I have just begun the process of trying to relate them to one another.Specifically, Major Lewis Golson, who died circa 1799, was buried on the farm of Alonzo Inabinet; Johannes Steheley, the brother of Lewis' wife, Elizabeth,married Elizabeth Inabinet circa 1760; Elizabeth Golson, Lewis' granddaughter, married Jacob Inabinet circa 1810; Dr. John H. Smoak married his second wife,Emily Inabinet, on the 1860's or 1870's; and John's son, Lee Smoak, married Julia Inabinet in the late 1800's.All of the above took place in the Orangeburg area.Would like to hear from anyone who can help me flesh this picture out.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
RMueller8390 11 Dec 2000 3:45PM GMT 
karencotter12 17 Dec 2000 12:56PM GMT 
RMueller8390 18 Dec 2000 9:12AM GMT 
debland 19 Dec 2000 10:33AM GMT 
karencotter12 19 Dec 2000 12:35PM GMT 
debland 20 Dec 2000 5:29AM GMT 
karencotter12 20 Dec 2000 10:33AM GMT 
debland 20 Dec 2000 11:29AM GMT 
Elizabeth Guy 12 Oct 2004 4:12PM GMT 
Inabinit 2 Mar 2001 9:48PM GMT 
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