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38444
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James M. Davis, Jr. discusses how he got interested in genealogy. He was awed by the fact that at your seventh generation back you have 64 grandparents and by the tenth generation back you have 1024 grandparents. He discusses family boat racing, and introduces the family members in which he would start his genealogy.
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38456
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The author gives the descendants of William Early ‘Buck’ Sawyer and his wife Sarah Woolley.
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38481
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The author gives various records, such as the Will of Thomas Sawyer, Pasquotank Co., 1750, notes on John Casey, and notes and Wills of the Smithson family.
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38480
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James M. Davis, Jr. gives a detailed history of his Sawyer and Davis family ancestry.
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38647
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Edmund Sawyer, a native of North Carolina, a son of Wilson and Penelope Sawyer, moved to Indiana and then to Black Creek County, Iowa in 1852. He was married twice and had 13 children.
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