Some great "finds" in genealogy!
meet in person for the first time.
Etheda had contacted a distant cousin,
whom she didn't know, to ask for genealogy info.
The distant cousin suggested Etheda contact Bobbie,
yet another cousin Etheda didn't know.
Etheda mailed info and questions to Bobbie,
who had never heard of Etheda either,
but responded by calling Etheda up on the phone.
So happens that. . .
they live only about 100 miles from each other, and that
Bobbie's grandmother, Liz (Sasser) Cobb, is a sister
to Etheda's grandfather, Joe Sasser.
Born 2 years and 2 months apart,
Bobbie and Etheda are . . . 2nd cousins!
2nd cuzs with a LOT in common besides just cuz-stuff!
Robert &Nollie(Cobb) Grant
John &Liz(Sasser) Cobb
Jody &Dutch(Dickerson) Sasser
Joe &Ada(Attaway) Sasser
are both great-granddaughters of
Eli &Mary(Tuttle) Sasser
deemed "twins" by a granddaughter.
Becky (Jones) Tigges,
was surfing the Cobb-Sasser Website when a photo
of webteam cuz, Glenn, caught her eye.
She immediately re-experienced those feelings
of missing her grandfather, because of Glenn's
stark resemblance to him during a certain age era.
So, she emailed us the above photo of Tilford
(taken in appx 1933), side-by-side with the one of
Glenn (taken in 1999), copied from our website,
to share this "find" with the rest of us.
(She said to especially notice the noses!)
. . . or should that be quadruple cousins . . .
Anyway, 1-part 3rd cousins-once removed -AND-
3-parts 4th cousins-once removed.
This is complicated - concentrate!
The 1-part 3RD COUSINS-ONCE REMOVED is that
Wallace Sasser, is a brother to
Glenn's grandfather's (Clabe's) mother,
Susan (Sasser) Taylor.
The 3-parts 4TH COUSINS-ONCE REMOVED is that
Crawood Sasser, is a brother to both
Glenn's grandfather's (Clabe's) grandfather,
Jesse Sasser, and
Glenn's grandmother's (Sarah's) grandmother,
Piety (Sasser) Humfleet.
JohnDixon &Lucy(Sasser) Sasser
Tollie &Pearl(Taylor) Perry
Isaac &SusanAnn(Sasser) Taylor
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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