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"Looking for JOHN WATERS in Spartanburg sc

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1850 Federal Census information: JOHN WATERS age - about 45 - Est. birth - abt 1805 - Gender - m Home in 1850 Spartanburg SC - Family no. 808.

Household Name: John Waters - age 45 - Spouse: Nancy Waters Children: WILLIAM WATERS - 1850 census ages - WILLIAM WATERS, 22 yrs. - JOHN, 20 yrs. - SALLY WATERS, 18 yrs. - PERRY WATERS, 16 yrs. JAMES, 14 yrs. HARRIET WATERS 12 yrs. (NANCY WATERS the spouse of JOHN WATERS WAS 49 yrs. of age)

JOHN WATERS was a farmer

I believe WILLIAM WATERS is my great great grandfather (The son of JOHN WATERS) (WILLIAM WATERS was born abt. 1830.)

JOHN WATERS resided in Spartanburg county, spartanburg, sc

WILLIAM WATERS moved from Spartanburg sc (no date given) to: Chick Springs, Greenville, SC. WILLIAM'S son (my great grandfather) was named JOHN W WATERS, born appx 1848 - 49 was also from Chick Springs, Greenville, SC WILLIAM WATERS spouse's name is - Sarah (Sallie) Vaughan Waters. My great grandmother's name (Married to JAMES W WATERS is Caroline Willard Waters (from Tenn)

My question: Was JOHN WATERS unquestionably my great great great grandfather? If so, I would like to know who my great great great great grandfather is. What's him name, history, etc.

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by 1bobbylee Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-03-01 19:39:04

Ancestry information on Surnames - Waters, White, Vaughan, Willis.

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by 1bobbylee on 2011-03-01 19:45:26

by 1bobbylee on 2011-03-01 19:49:01

Any one out there. Please help me. I am really stuck on John Waters.
I am a rookie. Any piece of information is important to me. Thanking all of you.

by 1bobbylee on 2011-03-04 01:31:37

Two corrections to above journal. 1. my great grandfather's name is Jsmes W. Waters - not John W. Waters - 2. My great grandmother's maiden name is, Caroline Willis Waters - Not Caroline Willard Waters.
Just simple mistakes are not simple. One oversight may lead one into a different direction and give a red light staying on red. Sorry about the above mistakes. I will try to be careful and proof read before sending. Thanks, Bye.

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