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How to get information about family members prior to mid 1800s

Question by odiek56

I have done some research and know a little history. I cannot seem to find any iformation regarding my greatgrandfather George Marcy and his wife Melissa Pruitt or Pruett and one of their daughters who happens to be my grandmother, Lila or Lela Marcy. Someone helped me with the information I do have of my grandmother's siblings. George and Melissa I believe may have met and married during the early 1800s in Texas or Oklahoma.

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on 2011-02-17 14:54:24

I have been desperately seeking Marcy family members for a few years. I have found a few but there are many more out there especially in Texas and Oklahoma. We hope to find Marcy members to attend our upcoming family reunion in July 1-5, 2011 in San Antonio. Marcy family members can contact me at odiek56@yahoo.com for additional information.

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by edmondsallan on 2011-02-17 22:13:17

some times you can just put the name on line wih dates & country . > Trbalpages.com also sometimes . Usually . familysearch.org has a pedigree section that goes well back and also their all sources ._ Just going to a country . putting name can turn very old info . Its not easy - regards -

by edmondsallan on 2011-02-17 22:19:25

If you go to . familysearch.org --> all sources --> united states their is a huge number of Marcy's under 1800 - Regards

by odiek56 on 2011-02-18 17:23:57

Thank you very much. I will take your advice.

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