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Old 01-03-2012, 01:55 AM   #509
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Yeah was not expecting that huh timmy lol.


Your painting yourself into a corner lol


Sin-o-gee, Chilli-cothe, Senoa/Senoya and Daniel Newman Mcintosh is all proven creeks in the Coweta county and villa rica, ga areas.

Sin-the....Senoya...Newman....Coweta...Villa rica....1820-1830

The redwine/readwine/read family was the creek indian traders in coweta county and villa rica, Ga.

And don't say I did not already give you the picture of them in the 1900's. So we already know what they looked like.


And I already showed you they show up as 2 different races depending on which record you look at.....

Go ahead keep painting yourself in a corner.

Austin Newman was in Creek territory with chief mcintosh's family in the 1820's also which is why Chief Mcintosh named his son Daniel Newman mcintosh. Austin Newman's great grandson is who married Senoya Teal.
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