How do you start undoing but by starting at the beginning. About 35 years ago when I was comparatively young and not experienced at abstracting from old court house records . There were no photo copiers available then.I was sifting through some of the deed books willsand a few of the marriage records that had survived the fire at Wilkinson County.I had seen the deed of Joel Brewer and his heirs.At the time I had thought that Nicy Brewer might have been Joel's wife, and Hymen Mercer, a son- in- law. This was about 1841. Thenwhen I was abstracting deeds from Deed Book A, I had been noting (Deed Bk) until at the bottom of my page I was running out of space and rushed for time too, so only wrote "Book A. p. 326-327, Nicy Brewer to Hyman Mercer, Feb 5, 1858.Sign. B. Johnson, C.T. Johnson, S. F. Player. I now remember that at the time, I still thought it was probably Joel's widow, Nicy Brewer deeding something to her son-in-law. Since the Joel Brewer family was evidently not my Elizabeth Brewer's,These notes had grown cold over the years.So, when I saw (Nicy Brewer to Hyman Mercer) I mistook it to mean marriage.I apologize for that. and it certainly teaches me to be more careful reading my old untyped notes. I still have never found out the relationship, if any, of Joel, Simon and Samuel Brewer who were on the 1820 census.Only Simon seems to have had a daughter in the age bracket to have been my Elizabeth Brewer who married Irvin Lambert in 1825, Wilkinson Co., There was a Daniel Brewer who witnessed the deed when Elizabeth and Irvin sold their property in 1838.Was he her brother.In a book, "Wills and Cemeteries, Wilkinson Co., Ga., by Jos. T. Maddox, p. 394. He states that Daniel Brewer, 1-8-1811 to 7-29-1887, buried at Brooks Frm. was a son of Simon and Elizabeth Brewer (his wife was Martha Gainey, bur. same cemetery.Since Daniel witnessed the deedof my gggrandparents,there is a good possibility that he was my Elizabeth Brewer's brother and thus, she would also be named for her mother, Elizabeth.Can anyone help on this, please?As you know, I have been searching a very long time.Thanks, and Iwill be more careful in the future.