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Donna Bailey
NY McTyeire Issac Mctyeire, Sr; Issac McTyeire jr (Alice Palmer; Cassie Pryor sr, (Violet); Mabel Pryor Bailey
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GA Willis
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CA Willis
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CA Willis
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Stephanie Woods (Samuels)
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TX www.4eint.org Both Issac & Kissah Willis (Parents of John Solomon Willis) and Issac McTyeire, Sr. and Millie Smith also called "Big Momma" (parents of Ardelia McTyeire) were my paternal great, great grandparents. John and Ardelia were married. John played the violin which he called a fiddle. It is said Ardelia was called "Aunt Honey". They lived and began to raise a family in Greenville, Alabama before moving the family to Barberton Ohio.

Issac and Millie had a large family the names of which are listed in the 1880 Alabama Census.
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