Hattie Estelle Crowther
Found 10 Records, 9 Photos and 189,066 Family Trees
Born in Abbeville, South Carolina, USA on 24 Oct 1872 to James Ibzan Crowther and Jane Elizabeth Pruitt. Hattie Estelle married John Swilling McFall and had 5 children. She passed away on 2 Nov 1940 in Anderson, Anderson, South Carolina, USA.
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Saint Clair County, AL Genealogy Forum
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The Verizon Wireless USB727 Modem is sleek, compact, the smallest–in–market USB modem and the next generation of USB BroadbandAccess devices. Serving as both a high–speed modem AND a mass storage device with its microSD™ memory slot, the USB727 makes file transfers, storage and Internet access easier than ever. The user experience is further enhanced with VZAccess Manager, universal Type A USB port connectivity and its dual band diversity flip–up antenna.
Broadband Access and National Access Compatible
2–in–1 USB Device: Broadband Access and Memory storage (4GB+ capacity–sold separately)
Rev. A Capable: Typical download speeds of 600–1400 kbps and upload speeds of 500–800 kbps
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The USB727 is a more attractive product than many of the mobile broadband cards we have seen in the past. The first thing people will notice is that it is smaller than you might expect. At about 3.5″ x 1″ x 0.5″ the USB727 is not much bigger than a pack of chewing gum and isn’t much heavier either. Some additions you might not expect are a microSD slot (up to 4GB) and an external antenna jack in case you want to get a little bit more reach, though an antenna is not included. That microSD slot could come in handy if you need to transfer data to a device like a cell phone, but don’t want to carry a card reader with you. As with much of the competition, it has a flip-up antenna and a LED indicator light across the top. It is GPS-capable (depending on your carrier) and has no battery on-board so it’s always ready to go.
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Re: George Silvers,MD. NC.b late 1700
Posted by: Jan McDaniel (ID *****5859) Date: February 17, 2012 at 10:16:55
In Reply to: Re: George Silvers,MD. NC.b late 1700 by Phil Rutledge of 362
I’m replying to a post that is older, but I hope you receive this. The family you are looking for has a detailed history at http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~silver/south/ancesthome.html
I am a descendant of Jacob Silver (no “s” on the end). Charles was his half brother by George, Jr.’s first wife. Hope this helps.
I’m interested in any other information about lines back from George Silver (Jung Silber) and also the Mode family of western North Carolina.
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