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1. Title:   "Am I My Own Grandpa" - Descendants of Rush, Davis, Milling, Seymore, O'Neal, Bailey, Hopkins, Friday - written and compiled by: June Rush Carter and Marilee Rush Horton, Selma, AL (1988)
2. Title:   Frank Milling, Ph. D. - 547 Shady Lane, Woodbury, TN 37190 ([email protected]) - 7/96 (information from M.N. Lawrence) Also received a mailing dated September 20, 2001, from Frank Milling, Ph. D., P.O. Box 1967, Purvis, MS 39475, about the publication of his book "The Scotch-Irish Milling Families of The Southeastern United States" published by the Gregath Publishing Company. This book traces the origins of Scotch-Irish Millings who came to the Carolinas prior to the Revolutionary War, and lists those early families and their descendants. It includes genealogical connections of over 1,200 individual Millings, plus known spouses, and with important dates.
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a. Continued:   The 1840 Perry County, Ala census show the <b>Joseph Rush</b> household consisted of one male 40 years or over and one male 15-19 years which is probably this Joseph Rush. Since the Land Grant records show that the Rush family owned land in the Panhandle, Ala area around 1820-1830 we could assume that this Joseph Rush was probably born in the Panhandle area. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.