Ginny, Concerning your e-mail, which I received on possible sighting of Addison S Embrey.This could be him, although I am not absolutely certain, as I may have some info on him in the census of 1900, which, to me, seems somewhat vague.I have 3 possibles, and leaves me a little puzzled on his rightful birth. 1. This says his DOB was 10 June, 1835, Fauquier, Va., and the Son of: Fielding Embrey & Mary Ann Brown. 2. This record gives his DOB as 1839, born & living in Culpeper, Va. Now, your info seems to coincide with some of the info I have, but, one..............shows his DOB as June of '1845'!, however, his wife is shown as Harriet E., which is where the E for Elizabeth could come in.So, as you see, I have 3 possibles for Addison and his birth, and yours does have the same DOB as one, and the E for Elizabeth could be a distinct possibility.I mean, how many different possibilities could there be, for the Culpeper, Va., area, for Addison S Embrey?I feel though, that you may be on to something, as I have a pretty good feeling about what you possess.I would be very interested in his siblings and all the other information that you have, as this could very well lead to the man who could be my g.g.grandfather.I want you to know that I greatly appreciate the answer to my query about Addison, as his life's info has been scarce and difficult to find, especially from afar, as I live in the State of Washington, although I did grow up in the Northern Va.area, and I am glad that you took the time to contact me concerning this.How would you like to go about transferring this info to me?E-mail?Mailing address?Whatever suits you and what you may feel comfortable in doing.This seems to me, like you may have provided some very valuable information concerning Addison, and again, I deeply appreciate what you have done.