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Private Lyles family
James W. Green III (1-803-635-9236) told me that:
- Sharon (Mrs. Mike) Avery, 800 Cummins Pkwy, Des Moines,
IA 50312-1114, (515) 279-2935, firstname.lastname@example.org works on
Lyles genealogy and agrees that Nancy B. (Barrett?) Lyles
was the daughter of Arromanus Lyles II and Mary Woodward.
Ask her to look at this webpage and for information.
- Harry JETER (803-781-7809) is the great
grandson of John G. Wolling, father of ShaneWolling (803
749 2029), and a postman in Columbia. About the time of
the Federal Invasion John G. Wolling sold to a Traylor
land which Joseph B. Stewart bought, and may have lived
in a house Nancy B. LYLES Traylor may have built west of
highway #215 across from the Feasterville boarding house,
after she returned with her children from Mississippi,
where her husband William E. Traylor had died. On
12/20/98, I telephoned Mr. Jeter, who told me his brother
dates Leona Dehart, a relative of mine. Her father still
lives in Carlisle, and her brother John Wayne Dehart
works at the Kohn upholstery factory there and lives in a
brick house with several cars in his yard on the east
side of Highway #215 about 1/4 mile after it splits off
Highway #72 west of Carlisle She has a sister named Gwin.
He said that I may be kin to a good carpenter named Mack
Traylor who lives on Cornwall Road in Blackstock and
likes to restore old bildings.
- Mrs. Ted MORTON
<email@example.com> lives in Greenville County
(called the emerald isle because of its vegetation) is a
genealogist and daughter of genealogist Mrs. Etta Rosson
from Feasterville. She may know something about the house
Nancy B. Lyles Traylor may have built.
- Mark RIGBSY works in the Winnsboro
Museum and lives in the Coleman house in Feasterville, on
the east side of highway #215 a couple miles south of
road 51, near the boarding house. He is the source of
much of the information conveyed to me by JWGIII..
- To visit Pelham LYLES SPONG
(803 635 2486) drive from Winnsboro south on Highway #321
to city boundary: 1.5 miles east on highway #34: north
across railroad tracks just after Thomas Woodward's
grave: and east on road #334, which curves north as road
#168. Pelham grew up in Winnsboro in a home Thomas
Woodward TRAYLOR may have once owned, and is in charge of
the Winnsboro museum, which is open between about 10:30
and 12:30 and 14:30 and 16:30 three days a week.
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