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Dear Sirs and Madams,
My name is Darryl Eley, Professional Genealogist, Family Historian, Video Producer, Computer Installation and Troubleshooter, Business Owner and Web Designer. For the past 34 years, I have been doing a project that has allowed me to utilize all the skills that are necessary to get a book, CD Collection, DVD Collection and Video Collection prepared for publication on the national and world-wide scale. The information in my possession consists of over 6500 names of relatives who connect to over 1,000 ancestors, 300 Aunts and Uncles, over 5800 Cousins, which comes from 19 different backgrounds which include African, European, Native American, and Jewish background. The information consists of 11 main books pertaining to a project I call FROM THE GROUND TO THE CROWN.
What is FROM THE GROUND TO THE CROWN? It is a collection of information that consists of 10 main family history genres which includes my four immediate families and my extended family history, which contains extensive information about the Holy Bible and the European Royal Community in 10 countries. This is the history of my maternal and paternal families. The history of the Bracy-Demaree-Mungo-McDow Family Histories was completed on May 15, 2012, which consists of the extended family histories of my grandparents: Jessie Vera Bynum Faison, Roger Gary, Gladys Mungo and Gonzielo McDow. The information was compiled in a computer format, created by Familytreemaker 7.0, which allowed the books to be setup the contain front page, table of contents, page numbers, chapter headings, generated text, and information which is help through the familytreemaker software.
The following information is a short look at what is available for review about the families that has been researched since August 15, 1979-May 15, 2012:
The Bracy Family History can be traced back to my third great grandmother, Jane Esther Bracy whose family history can also be traced through her father, Solomon Bracy, Jr. whose family history can be traced back to the European Royal Family and with two side of his family that can also be traced back to the Holy Bible with online proof. The information gives you the information about the family who are from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Connecticut. The extensive background gives you a detailed look at information from France, England, Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, and Russia. This is the family history of my maternal grandmother, Jessie Vera Bynum Faison.
The Demaree Family can be traced back to Yoruba, African to a man name Oyo “Jack” Demaree whose family history begin there in 1645 and extends into 15 generation of the Demaree-Demory-Parker-Gary Family. The family information contains families from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Indiana. This is my maternal grandfather’s family-Roger Gary.
The Clyburn-Mungo Family is the shortest of these family histories which includes three generations of ancestors who reached their 90th birthdays. The family information gives you information about families from South Carolina, North Carolina, and New York, which research from Cameroon, The Congo, and Wacksaw Indians. This is my paternal grandmother’s family-Gladys Mungo McDow.
The Huey-McDow Family consists of the members of the Massey- Huey-McDow of Lancaster, South Carolina. The family information gives you families from North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, with connection to Ireland and The Congo.
Welcome to my History and Genealogy and the World of Uncle Darryl Research.
Uncle Darryl Research Network 2014
Updated May 29, 2014

Darryl Eley
Brooklyn, New York United States
(646) 373 1455
darryl.eley@yahoo.com

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    These histories were written in book, computer, and video production by me but I need help in the publication of the material. If you would to find out more about this history and how I would like to meet with publishers and investors on how to get this research out to the general public, please e-mail me at darryl_eley@yahoo.com or darryl_eley@hotmail.com . You can go to my website at www.facebook.com/ourtimeisnow2012 , or www.facebook.com/uncledarrylresearch2012, you can view my profile, photographs, videos, groups and my information that I have put together for your enjoyment. This is a project that has been ongoing for the last 32 years and is publication ready. Please call me, Uncle Darryl Eley at Uncle Darryl Research at (646) 281-9149 in New York City, or 757-215-8544, in Virginia. Terry Jenkins at (757) 582-1079, Shawn Jenkins at (757) 305-2920, Tim Deans (757) 227-2795 and Doemaine Deans at (757) 305-3916 and leave a message that you would like to get in contact with me and my team of experts.
 

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