Thanks for your response to my query about John Connaway.Your information contained a couple of things of real interest to me.You mentioned that you have census records from Newton Count, GA for 1820, 30, and 40 showing a William and a John Connaway. Do these census records indicate from whom they descended?The John Connaway of 1757 whom married Bettsey Williams Had three sons in addition to my Benjamin. They were Lemuel, 1785, John, 1787 and Silas 1788. Bettsey Williams Connaway died in Greene County Ga in 1790...Greene County was not to far from Newton County.If William and John Connaway were siblings, they could easily have been sons of either of the above mentioned son's of John (1757). If they were not siblings, they still could be a son and grandson of either of John's (1757) sons. The John Conway (1850) you mentioned could have been a great grandson of either of John's (1757) sons. John Connaway (1757) used at least three different spelling of Connaway, (Conaway), (Conway), and it is believed even a (MacConaway).Even your John Monroe Connaway could possible by a grandson of any of John's (1757) sons. A birthdate in 1829 in GA could easily fit a grandson's age. I have no additional information about Lemuel, John or Silas. This could indicate that when John (1757) and Benjamin returned to Virginia, these sons remaind in Georgia...The plot thickens.