From: Jay Terry firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Monday, January 17, 2000 6:08 PM To: email@example.com Cc: Mike Terry Subject: Joseph Terry/Nancy Gooch
Do you still need info on James Terry and Prudence Gooch? Have much, related to my Terry/Gooch lines.
Jay Terry __________________________________________________
From: SVTHOMPTTT@aol.com Sent: Wednesday, January 05, 2000 8:45 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Thomas Terry, Pittsylvania Co., VA.
Today I learned that the father of Rosemond Terry (m. Benjamin Henry) was Thomas Terry of Pittsylvania County, VA. This information is contained in an Indenture dated 19 December 1816 which states briefly "This indenture made this 19th day of December 1816 between Thomas Terry, Walker Terry, Benjamin Henry and Rosa Henry his wife all of whom are legatees of the late Thos Terry dec'd of Pittsylvania County and State of Virginia of the first part and ?????Smith of Pittsylvania County and State of Virginia on the other part. Witness whereas (?Champess) Terry, Nathaniel Terry, Joseph Terry, Susannah Beasley, (?Solomon) Dalton and his wife Mary Dalton ..."
Rosemon Terry was born c. 1778 per 1850 census. Married Benjamin Henry 1812. Died 1850-1860, probably 1850-1853.
Is the Thomas Terry mentioned above the same Thomas Terry Son of Benjamin Terry/Elizabeth Parker.
Would appreciate any help.
Tom Thompson Wilmington, NC
From: Marvin L. Blackwell email@example.com Sent: Wednesday, January 05, 2000 7:18 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Terry Magazine, Mar. 1983
Terry, My great, great, ?? grandmother was Elizabeth "Betsy" Terry, b. 1805 daughter of George Terry, b. abt. 1764 and married to Mary Taylor, b. abt. 1776. George was an immigrant from England and was in Greenville Dist. of SC when "Betsy" was a child. He and wife and some children moved to Indianna abt. 1835. Betsy stayed in SC and was married Harrison Thompson, b. 1810 in Greenville Dist. SC
If there is info on them in this issue of your magazine - how can I get copy??
Any other info that you have on these people would be appreciated.
Kay Thompson Blackwell
From: Ankenbauer, Bob email@example.com Sent: Monday, January 03, 2000 10:53 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Terry family of Athens County/Hocking County, Ohio - early 1800's
I am looking for information on Terry's who lived in Athens County or Hocking County, Ohio in the early 1800's. Robert Terry (c1794-1875) married Julia Morse in 1821 in this area. It is suspected that Robert Terry's father was Edward Terry who moved to Ohio from New York state. Thanks for any help you can provide. Sincerely,Bob Ankenbauer
From: Helena Chester email@example.com Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2000 7:25 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Stephen Terry from Kent, England
Hi all We have just started researching my husband's family history and are wondering if any of you have the same ancestors in your genealogy and can give us any information.
Stephen Terry - came to Tasmania, Australia as a convict in approx. 1840s. Stephen Terry, son of the above, born in Tasmania and died in Tasmania. Violet Terry, daughter of the above, born in Tasmania on 20 Feb 1878, died approx 1950 Beryl Watts, daughter of the above, born in Hobart, Tasmania, 1911. Died 1984 Alan Chester, my husband, son of the above, born in Sydney NSW, Australia.
Hoping to hear from someone with extra information. Helena & Alan Chester
From: Sdswimer@aol.com Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2000 12:05 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Slave research
Thank you very much. Here is a link to an article about me in USA Today http://www.usatoday.com/olympics/olyglory/og27/ogv2704.htm
From: Bryan Tinlin firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Saturday, January 01, 2000 9:40 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Moses Terry
Hi Mike -
Thanks so much for your website - I've found a lot of interesting information on my family. I'm descended from Judah Terry who married Thomas Wells Woods and was apparently the daughter of John Terry and Sarah Gooch not Sarah Moore of Jackson County, Tennessee.I've been reading the monumental eight volume biography of George Washington by Douglas Freeman, and in volume three, on page 311, there is some mention of a Moses Terry in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. It says that he was a suspect in the great Virginia counterfeiting scandal of early 1773. He "showed a disposition to confess and to become the King's witness." There is a footnote on the page referring to the Virginia Gazette of 25 Feb and 4 Mar 1773.
Just thought I'd pass along an interesting tidbit.
Best regards (and Happy New Year),
Bryan Tinlin Tucson, Arizona firstname.lastname@example.org