Re: Sampson Bracewell & Miss Moore of Laurens Co., GA
You can transcribe and post all the NC land documents all you want, but you are still talking about two different SAMPSONS in GA.
This SAMPSON BRASWELL is the BRASWELL spelled in WILKES CO to FRANKLIN CO GA.....while at the same time there is a SAMPSON BRACEWELL SR in Washington Co GA (who is the son of a RICHARD BRACEWELL out of BURKE co GA that came from NC just after the Rev. War) who was married to ELIZABETH SCARBROUGH daughter of William Scarbrough.
lineage for SAMPSON BRACEWELL SR:
Richard BRACEWELL married to AGNES PROCTOR...they left TARBORO NC and moved to BURKE CO GA just after the REV WAR.
CHIDLREN:ALL DIED BUT THREE:
Sampson BRACEWELL born about 1760-1770 married Elizabeth SCARBROUGH
Richard BRACEWELL born about 1766 married CHARITY SCARBROUGH
Elizabeth BRACEWELL born unknown married unknown.
If you are searching for a SAMPSON BRA** married to a MOORE surname (first name unknown only suspected as Christian) then perhaps you should be looking at the SAMPSON BRASWELL of WILKES and FRANKLIN county GA as he still has no known wife.OR perhaps you should just look in another state, say TN?
It is perfectly reasonable that Sampson BRACEWELL SR of Washington co GA had an estate left by his D'cd father RICHARD BRACEWELL, land that he sold to likely family members.The BURKE CO GA BRACEWELLS were afterall, from NC.But the SAMPSON who married MOORE in NC would likely have been an UNCLE to the GA Sampson BRACEWELL SR of Washington Co GA/Laurens Co GA.
Please stop confusing the serious researchers who just want to find connections to their families.Anyone living in Georgia conducting BRASWELL and BRACEWELL research knows the Laurens Co records and your MOORE marriage isn't here and the date do NOT match up at all.
Thanks and please gather all of the materials you need for information to provide proof when making claims about the lines in Georgia.