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From: "Chandra" <>
Subject: Re: [LEENET] Introduction
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 16:29:05 -0600
References: <138935.54760.qm@web54109.mail.re2.yahoo.com>

Hi Jim,

My Lee line was in Oklahoma, and then on to California, in the same timeframe as your line. Oklahoma has been my home for the past 12 years.

I'd be willing to keep my eyes open for your family here if you would like. Just let me know if you already have their marriage and other records.

I wonder if our families ever crossed paths without realizing they were kin, since the connections would have been about 5 generations back??

The descendants from this line of LEEs must number several thousand. Does anyone have even a genearal idea of how many known descendants there are?

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Betancourt
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2008 03:55 PM
Subject: [LEENET] Introduction

Hello All,
I just wanted to introduce myself as I have started to research my maternal family tree that is descended from Richard Lee of Buckingham, VA and is as follows:

Martha Scott (b1910 OK - d1997 CA, m. Earl Parks, 1930 CA)
(Mother) Henrietta Moore (b1895 TX- d1972 CA, m. William Scott, 1908 OK)
(Mother) Martha Eudora (Udora) Lee (b1860 - d1930 CA, m. Mark Moore, 1877 TX)
(Father) William C. Lee Jr. (b1832 AL - d ?, m. Mary A. ?)
(Father) William Carson Lee (b1800 KY - d 1876 TX, m. Cynthia Woods, 1825 AL)
(Father) William Miller Lee (b abt 1769 VA - d 1852 TX, m. Margaret Carson, 1798 VA)
(Father) Richard Lee (b abt 1710 VA - d abt 1795 TN, m. (1) Mary Gresham abt 1835 VA, (2) Elizabeth Miller (Mueller) abt 1865?)

If anyone has any idea about the ?'s above it would be appreciated if you shared.

Obvioulsy, Richard Sr. is a whole other issue and I see that there is much debate, so I will not get into it this thread, but would eventually like to join the debate.


Jim Betancourt

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