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Rebecca Elizabeth Edins & Thomas James Pinson Family

Updated June 10, 2003

About Our Family Research

This family research page carries information about the descendants and ancestors of Rebecca Elizabeth "Lizzie" Edins and Thomas James Pinson and collateral families.

Surnames include Edins, Eddins, Eddings, McGuire, Green, Flynn, Hendricks, Helton, Jones, Dennis, Hardy, and others.

States include AL, GA, NC, SC, TX, and others.

We strive for accuracy but do not guarantee it. Each piece of information has been documented as far as possible, but there may be mistakes. Information is updated as often as time permits. Submissions and corrections are always welcome. Proof and sources, please! If you have no proof or source for your info, please identify it as personal knowledge or hunch.

Information about living people will NOT be included because of privacy issues. You can feel free to submit info about living people knowing that it will NOT be included here.

Credit must be given to Jeanne H. T., whose research into the Hardy family has served as the model for the family trees here.

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  • T. J. Pinson & R. E. "Lizzie" Edins of AL (104 KB)
    Ancestors and deceased descendants of Thomas James Pinson and Rebecca Elizabeth Edins. Collateral families, too. Most common names: Pinson, Edins, McGuire, Green, Hardy, Helton, Hall, Dennis. Most common locations: AL, TX, GA, SC, NC. 1700's-1900's.
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