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Terri wilkerson
Posted on the 2017-09-24 at 20:00
Does anyone have information on the Leakes from Blount Co.? My mother is a Leake, daughter of Grady Leake. I have never met any of the Leakes an just curious about my moms family.
Marty Leake
Posted on the 2016-02-07 at 19:00
This is a great family website. Several of your photos I have seen collected by my cousin Delois Woodruff of Olive Branch MS. My brother Army Joe Leake Sr, and my cousin Delois Woodruff mentioned the following names Bessie Holloway, James Henry Snook Leake, and Grady Bud Leake. I remember an aunt Bessie arriving on the train in St. Louis Mo during the 1960's I live in Florida and my father is Joe Leake from Gunnison MS.  
Posted on the 2014-07-02 at 20:00
love yall
Janet Rene Brown
Posted on the 2014-07-02 at 20:00
Greetings FAMILY!!!    This website is awesome.  I pray all is well with each of you!!!  
Posted on the 2012-12-21 at 19:00
the family reunion sounds fun and exciting and we are going to have so much fun and i hope we goto the water park and the park with the rollercoasters i can not wait i have butterflies in my stoamach
Elizabeth Sue Leake
Posted on the 2012-05-15 at 20:00
maya leake
Posted on the 2011-11-19 at 19:00

I  love  my   family.  from  the  bottom  of  my  heart.

Kathleen West
Posted on the 2011-05-22 at 20:00

I am the youngest daughter of Edward DeWitt and Louise West. Visiting the web site.

kesha merriweather
Posted on the 2011-02-27 at 19:00
great website!!
C J Bruce
Posted on the 2011-01-20 at 19:00

This is amazing work you all have put together. Very well done.

Lamont L. Beauregard
Posted on the 2011-01-18 at 19:00
This is an amazing web site. Thanks for sharing.

Short/Austin Families of Brownsville, Tenn.
Carol Marshall Bridgeman
Posted on the 2010-08-25 at 20:00
 My Greatgrand Mother was Della Carpenter Smith.  Great job you have done bringing all this together.
Jo-Ann Leake
Posted on the 2010-08-14 at 20:00
Hi there!  We are the Leakes from Toronto/Windsor, Canada.  Our ancestor, John Leake, was from New Jersey, and fought for the Crown in the Revolutionary War.  He settled in New Brunswick originally.  We are now scattered.  Where is your branch connected?  I LOVE your website!!
I am browsing through the categories and love the layout.  Keep up the great work you do for all Leakes everywhere!!
andre spears
Posted on the 2010-08-08 at 20:00
Excellent site!  My great grandmother was Laura Carpenter Lane. 
Posted on the 2010-03-14 at 20:00
So impressed with this website. You have thought of everything.  I really love video intro.  Great work Leake family!
Howard Williams
Posted on the 2010-01-31 at 19:00
My daughter told me about the upcoming reunion. Hopefully we will be able to make it. I am the son of Lucinda Leake Williams and John D. Williams.
Sidney (Sid) Eugene Leake, Sr.
Posted on the 2009-12-14 at 19:00
You can see by my name, we share it in common.  The Leake's in my family came frm England in the late 15th Century.  In this country, their names start showing up in Virginia, later in Carswell County, North Carolina, Laurens County, South Carolina, then to Cass County (now called Bartow County), Georgia.  I've found records, wills, testaments of some of lives, mainly in Laurens County, SC and Bartow County, GA.  Sadly, these ancestors of mine owned slaves.  Too often, when drawing up their Last Will & Testament, a recurring theme is shown, which goes something like this: "When the Good Lord calls me home, I expect to be put away in the style & custom befitting my station in life.  To pay for this, sell my Negro Annabel..."  Too sad, too inexplainable.  How could these God-Fearing people reconcile their actions with their commitment to living Christian lives.  How very sad.  I congratulate your extended family's toil and effort to put forth an excellent legacy for your kinships.  An excellend website.  The fact that you and I share the name "Leake", indicates somewhere in the past, there was a relationship between my ancestors and yours.  Unfortunately, it was heirarchial, not horizontal.  However, a change has come and today, we who share the Leake name do so in an even, side-by-side basis.  No master, no slave.  Only God's people doing the best we can in this life, loving our neighbors and looking forward to a great reward.    
Tawny Jackson
Posted on the 2009-12-12 at 19:00
 This is very interesting!  I would be very curious to know why the name was changed to Leake.  I am a descendant of Joseph "Freejoe" Harris of Eads, TN.  He married a woman named Fanny Leake who was owned by Col Samuel Leake who fought in the civil war.  Some of our family names include....Leake, Anderson and Rice which I also see in your heritage.
samuel woodson..woody
Posted on the 2009-11-11 at 19:00

in north garden,va., i have a great=gradmother buried with her husband on my property.her name ..betty leake woodson.he was samuel augustus woodson,blacksmith...i am 10 miles from charlottesville,va ( if anyone in central va is curious.i would like to know more about these kin.thanks....woody...........

Lionel Collins
Posted on the 2009-11-04 at 19:00
Very Impressive, I love all the information you've listed here, it blows everyone away as I "allow" them to see were it all started and how it continues to grow... And if the stars will have it, I'll see you all in TN.... K.I.T.....
Lesley Anderson
Posted on the 2009-07-20 at 20:00

This website is a wonderful idea.  I have showed some of my friends and coworkers and they have been very impressed.  Some are suggesting for their families to start one. 

Joane Castanares
Posted on the 2009-05-17 at 20:00
Name: Joane Castanares
Telephone: 718-468-3031
Comments: Dear Trela,
I am your friend Joane from Paris. I've lost touch with you, but I remember you
very well.
Please email me. I'd love to know how you are doing.
Love You and Miss You,

Linnie Daggs
Posted on the 2009-02-08 at 19:00
Hello everyone,
I always feel refreshed when I check the family tree. I'm always suprised when I see the latest updates. Love you all.
P.S.- Go Trela!
And hello little Jahnece, we miss you!   
Yolanda Cutno
Posted on the 2009-01-04 at 19:00
Telephone: 225-264-0135 
I just want to say that this is an awesome tribute to your loved ones. Fannie and I were close friends for about 10 years and I just can't believe she is no longer with us.  She is a someone I will never forget( such a dear friend). I know longer reside in TN and was unable to attend the services. I just want to send a special prayer request to Earl and John Robert. Just know that GOD will heal your broken hearts.