I have spent many hour's on the Bramlet family since the last posting. Some corrections - Elizabeth Bramlett b.1852 Rabun Co. Ga. d.1926 Habersham Co. Ga. the second wife of Louis Lee Waldrep b.1833 d.1890 Habersham Co. Ga. Her parents were Jesse Bramlett b.ab.1799 S.C. d.aft. 1870 Rabun co. Ga. His parents were Reuben Bramlett and Alsey Grey. I have more info. on ancestors. Elizabeth had a inherited medical disorder called The Bramlett Bumps in the early days. Anyone who inherited this is a definate relative match, my wife Randi inherited the medical problem. She would break out in red bumps like the measles but larger. Cold weather, damp weather or rain, and air condition could couse the red bumps to come out and start haveing a extremly high fever but would feel like she was freezing at the same time and no matter how many blankets you put over her, she would still feel cold until the feever started going down, sometime lasting 3 or 4 hours. Randi would feel very weak afterwards. There was no cure or treatment until a research program developed a medication which was FDA approved about March 2008. The medication is not a cure but keeps the medical disordercompletly under control with no side affects. The Medical Disorder was named "Familial Cold Autoinflammatlry Syndrom"