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Genforum-Surnames: Cole, Sanders, McAlister, and all others.
Pedigree Charts of Maxie Guinty and Roland Jary-Sanders family.
McAlister Clan Website
Brad Campbell's Genealogy Website-Sanders and Crump
Thomas Sanders
Kindred Konnections website-Cole Surname
GenWebb-Academy Cemetary Tippah Co. Mississippi
Find A Grave.
1850 Census Genweb-Cole, Crump, Guinty
History of Union County-F421,pg 381
History of Butler Co.-Michael Guinty (Captain Mike)
Will of John Cole-Genforum posting by Angela Davis
Genforum posts by Rhonda Lundsford, verified by CMA Website
1850 Tippah Co., Census records
Sanders Family Website-WASRG.ORG
123 people forum
RootsWeb the free stuff!
Sanders/Saunders associated Families-Thanks, Cousin Chuck!
Family Tree Maker-Descendants of Leonard Cross-Cole Family
1850 Census for Lasalle, Illinois posted on Genforum-Guinty
1895 Kansas Census-Holsapple, Snodgrass
Ruthven Papers
Posts and emails from Janice Ruthven
Stories from my mother.
Hopewell Cemetary-Tuscaloosa, Ala.-gravesite for William and Martha Cole.
History of LaSalle, Illinois
Obituaries from various sites
LDS Baptism index for Kilmacteige Parish, Ireland
County Sligo Tithe lists
archives of the RI Argus/Moline Dispatch newspapers
1900 census Kansas Butler County-Manning, Beere
The obituary for Margaret Beere Manning-Peabody Gazette
1860 the US Census found in Walnut Grove, McDonough County, Illinois
Ballykilkline Website-Mary Lee Dunn
1910 Census online, Kansas
Genealogy Book Links
1880 Census, Cleveland, Ward 8-Daniel McGinty;berkshireparishr01phil/berkshire-go to this for the Berkshire Parish Register 1538-1837-Berkshire Marriages

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on 2011-01-01 17:46:13

I'm also researching Guyton, Cole, McAlister lines. Just starting on the GUINTY, SNODGRASS, PIPER line on my father's line. My ancestors came from England, Ireland, Scotland. They settled in Massachussetts, Kansas, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina. I have also been researching the Manning line on my fathers side. The Sanders line is nearly complete, exept the large wall between William Aaron and his ancestors (Thanks to DNA evidence disproving a large part of my work, and the work of others!). Would love to hear from any distant cousins I have out there!

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