John Rockhouse Sizemore
Nancy (Bowling) Sizemore
(variations of the name include Scarisbrick, Scarasbrick, Scaresbrick),
which is represented on this page by graphics of
a symbol of England's flag, which is the logo of their Patron Saint,
St. George --- a red cross on a white background, a reminder that
St. George was said to have once slayed the "dragon" of sin from England.
Some of the early Sizemore settlers in America inter-married with various
Native American tribes and recent DNA tests have proven that
all descendant of
the "George &Agnes(Shepherd-Cornett) Sizemore" lineage
are definitely part Native American,
though it is yet unknown as to what degree of or from what Tribe of
(although some-not-all say George was half Cherokee and Aggie was full Creek).
The Sizemore Indian heritage is represented on this page
by graphics of an Indian head superimposed over England's flag,
and of a joining of England's flag with the Native American
Medicine Wheel shield --- an emblem of the "Circle of Life"
of which all races (red, yellow, black, white) are a part.
Much of the lineage information for
this "John/Nancy" page
was found in files at genealogy sites such as
Genforum.com, the LDS site, Rootsweb.com, etc..
MANY THANKS TO ALL THOSE WHO SHARE INFORMATION ONLINE!
Your generosity and help is very much appreciated.
And there is lots more great info on the general internet about these Sizemores.
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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English Flag graphic and Native American
graphics all of unknown origins.