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John 3:16 "For God so loved the world,
that He gave his only begotten Son,
that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life."
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Descendants of John Lyming, born 1650, and Prudence Wainwright. Linda Hendley's web page.
Ruby's Genealogy. Ruby Collins web site. Ancestors of Sarah Annie Roberts found on this site. A great web site.
Take me to James B Davis Clifford Davis' home page on James B Davis genealogy.
Mr. William Davis sent informartion on Davis families of Fayette Co, KY. I happened upon your web page and early Fayette County, Ky Davis lines. This url: WilliamDavis has some data that might help sort out some of the early Fayette County Davises, if you are still looking there for any insight.
Best Regards,Bill Davis
Dawn Pursley Goodrum's web site on Benham,Burch, Nichols, Pursley, Stout and Stringfield families of Baren County Kentucky.


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Links to a few Genealogy sites on the web:
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet

Ancestry.com
US GEN Web Project

Jessamine County Kentucky, US GEN Web Project.
Genealogy home page for Russell County, Kentucky, USGEN Web Project. Russell County, Kentucky
US Gen Web Project for Cass County, Illinois.
Navarro County, Texas, US GEN Web Site.
The SurnameWebThe SurnameWeb
Lineages.com website.
NARA Genealogy Page.
Library of Virginia
Colonial Records, Digital Collection, Lib. of Virginia. Requires "Tiff" viewer, downloadble link from Colonial Records Site.
Genealogy Resource Center
Davis Family Genealogy Forum, Family Tree Maker Web Site
Smith Family Genealogy Forum, Family Tree Maker Web Site
Jennings Family Genealogy Forum, Family Tree Maker Web Site
Hawkins Family Genealogy Forum, Family Tree Maker Web Site
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Words to Little Brown Church in the Vale. Jesus Saves, loves you with amazing love, and died to save you.

There’s a church in the valley by the wildwood,
No lovelier spot in the dale;
No place is so dear to my childhood,
As the little brown church in the vale.
Refrain

Come to the church in the wildwood,
Oh, come to the church in the dale,
No spot is so dear to my childhood,
As the little brown church in the vale.

How sweet on a clear, Sabbath morning,
To list to the clear ringing bell;
Its tones so sweetly are calling,
Oh, come to the church in the vale.
Refrain

There, close by the church in the valley,
Lies one that I loved so well;
She sleeps, sweetly sleeps, ‘neath the willow,
Disturb not her rest in the vale.
Refrain

There, close by the side of that loved one,
To trees where the wild flowers bloom,
When the farewell hymn shall be chanted
I shall rest by her side in the tomb.
Refrain

From the church in the valley by the wildwood,
When day fades away into night,
I would fain from this spot of my childhood
Wing my way to the mansions of light.
Refrain
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