I am starting this for anyone related to or interested in this group of Huguenots Maybe we can solve some of the mysteries and myths about these people. A lot has been documented but there are a lot of gaps including mine.
James Gandovin Agee, Sr.
I have several James Agee's in my family tree. Do any of these sound like the one you're looking for: James Agee 1844-1905; James 1725-1821; James C 1826-1891; James M 1905-1915; James Robert 1868-?.
I am related to the Agees through both my mom's family & my husband's family & I have a lot of info on the family, including a 4-page history writtem by my grandmother, Bessie Pruden Agee & another 2-page older one I just found in my mom's papers after she died a few months ago. I'd be happy to share anything I have. I've already posted the histories in my photos & there are several photos of Agees in my Pruden Family Album. All can be accessed through my profile or look for my tree under "Curtis-Boggs Family tree".
Feel free to contact me if you'd like further info.
This is one of the earliest Bryant who settled in Manikin
James Bryant, Sr.
Darlene, to send a link, copy the URL from the top of your browser into the message. Its that easy. Here is an example. http://www.geni.com/family-tree/index/6000000008899991191I was just going to write you about this tree. In the of the tree are two private profiles managed by @Donald Keith Conley. Do you know who who he is or why these would be private?
Thanks for the onfo. Please feel free to do any merges you find. Donald (Keith) Conley is my nephew & I have access to all merges of his profiles. He's very busy & I don't see him on here very often. I tried your link & it came up "page not found". If you could give me the names involved, I'll look it up & see if I can fix it.