Anita (Hill) JacksonHonor Code Signatory
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l am interested in researching all sides of my family ancestors and my late, ex-husbands. I am particularly interested in finding information on my great great great grandfather, William G Hogue. He was part Native American, half I believe, but none of the family knew what tribe/nation. I have found very little inforamation about him except that he was in the Civil War, was married in 1864, had a daughter in 1865, and lived in Bourbon County in 1865. I believe he was born in Missouri.
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I have an Ancestry subscription, so ran through the various family trees which included their alleged father. I did not find any with more than the currently profiled children with names and dates. I would say that these two can be merged into one of the other valid children. When you do the merge, include something in the description about cleanup up a bad gedcom import.
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