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Studstill Reunion in October

If you have a Studstill in your family line, I'd love to tell you all about the reunion this October 2014.

From Bowen and Johnson, through McCraney, McLean, McPherson, to Studstill and Thompson I love my family!

Maternal family names... Okay, maybe I got carried away, or maybe I am just thorough. I'm going for the later! :-) If you have one of the family names in your research, I'd love to talk. We may be able to help each other. I've been doing this for about five years. In the beginning I called the money I spent good value for the entertainment I received. For the amount of time it entertained me, I was getting good value for my dollar. Today I am much more serious and invest much more time. Still loving the excitement of learning new things about all my family.

Bowen, Johnson, Studstill, Jernigan, Journagan, Shaw, McLean, Blue, Currie, McPherson, Casey, Sanderford, Keene, Evans, Denny, Atkins, McCraney, Morrison, Hardeman, Dabney, Margetts, Mizell, Thompson, Harris, Salisbury, Martin, Titus, Peak, Hanson, Hansen, Hansin

Edward Bowen from Duplin Co NC moved to Telfair Co GA

Any info on him or his family is appreciated.
I have found him in NC 1800, 1820, 1830 census and North Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890, in 1806.

I am trying to determine if he is my 3GGF so am looking for marriage records and children. He may have married a Catherine Hansen.

My 2GGF is Needham Bowen, 1812-1870 m Susannah Jane Studstill.

Thank you very much.