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This person was created through the import of Shortened files.ged on 30 December 2010. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.
- Date: ABT 1780
Removed ABT from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.
- Note: @N4964@
- @N4964@ NOTE
- Married Phoebe (poss Hutson). Their son William married Mildred Benningfield (Benefield) in about 1830 in Johnson Co TN. Their son, Madison (Matty), married Josephine Patton on Jul 10, 1870. Their daughter, Nannie, married Lem Barnett on June 29, 1904 in Levee, Montgomery Co KY. He was shot and killed in 1927 by Nannie's cousin, Pleas Willoughby. He left 10 children with one still on the way.
- 1810 Montgomery Co MD: 10110/30001.
- 1820 Montgomery Co KY, same page as Elijah and Enoch: 410010/02110
- 1830 Montgomery Co KY: 0122001/0
- 1. William, 1805 in Tennessee
- 2. Phoebe, ca 1810
- 3. Susan, 22 Feb 1811 in Montgomery Co KY, married Nixon Covey.
- 4. Pleasant Wade, 1811 in Castle Rock, Kentucky
- 5. Benjamin Franklin, 1814 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co KY
- 6. James W, ca 1817 in Montgomery Co KY
- 7. Maylon, 1821
- User ID: 51729B4D9CDD4105A38BCDC450EB00C327F2
- Data Changed:
- Date: 23 APR 2010
Prior to import, this record was last changed 23 APR 2010.
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