Jevette, I am always looking for more relatives. The reason I started this journey was originally for siblings. The more my new family grew the more i became excited about finding more. Is this what your curous about? I have been the type that neede to have the entire story. I think my middle name should have been what or why. If I have not made myself clear then write me again. Harry
Hello Jevette, I have all the papers concerning my adoption from the county I was adopted from including my original birth certificate from the state. I have the name of my birth father on the certificate but have never been able to locate him. I feel that I do not have the right name. My birth mother worked for an attorney who at one time was voted as the top defense attorney in the US many years ago. I had great parents so I am not looking except to see if I have any brothers or sisters out there. I have had mucho fun in my search and have enjoyed meeting my birth cousins. Have also traced my birth mother's side of the family back a number of generations and found out that I have a little Creek Indian and possibly a little Cherokee. People years ago asked me what I was and my answer was Irish,English,German,and Indian. It is true and where I had that idea from I have never been able to figure it out. Enough. Time for my afternoon coffee. with my wife Sue of 53 years. Fondest Regards, Harry McBride
Jevette, I just joined here, so wondering what line of Duncans you hail from. My great grandmother was a Duncan and I have her line back to Scotland. You can also reach me via e-mail at email@example.com if you like.
Jevette, Fort Payne is named for the Union Capt. sent to remove the Cherokees from Alabama along the Trail of Tears. I will have to check for sure but John Payne. Not from AL but served here in the late 1830's. Mike