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Dixon-Hill, circa 1770, England, NC, SC
Dixon-Warner, 1800's, TN
Dixon-Cooper , circa 1800, NC, TN
Freeman-Goode, 1800's, NC, TN, AR
Freeman-Dixon, 1830's, NC, TN
Freeman-Dowdle, 1850's, KY, TN, AR
Freeman-Hargis, 1880's, AR, MO
Freeman-Miller, 1910's, AR, MO
Others; Lentz, Toney, Kirk, Methvin
Byler, Cooper, Hunt, Wood. (Arkansas)
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|MLKunz||RE: Hartwell Freeman, sr.|
You said: In my records, I have him in NC, Montgomery Co, Salisbury Dist., in the 1790 census, about age 35, with the 2 boys (Baily and Russell) and 3 girls.
I'm so glad I mentioned that census! Thanks the conflicting information. I went back to review my source for the census. Ancestrydotcom had indexed it incorrectly as Iredell County. The transcriber had not noticed that the image showed the end of Iredell County and then the beginning of Montgomery County, where Hartwell Freeman appeared. 3 boys under 16, 2 males over 16 and 5 females.
Added by MLKunz on May 27, 2015 2:16 PM
|MLKunz||RE: Elizabeth Bailey Freeman|
Thank you for the very fast response(s)! I descend from Russell Freeman through his son Hartwell and Hartwell's daughter Elizabeth Rebecca Freeman.
Added by MLKunz on May 27, 2015 1:31 PM
|MLKunz||Elizabeth Bailey Freeman|
Thank you again for all your help.
Where did you get Elizabeth's birth and death dates/places and how did you manage to connect her to her father, Robert Bailey? I'm certainly ready to believe they are connected to my ancestor Russell Freeman. Elizabeth's grandson Hartwell (Russell's son) named one of his own sons Robert Bailey Freeman. Named after Elizabeth Bailey's father? Looks like it, doesn't it?
Added by MLKunz on May 27, 2015 12:29 AM
|MLKunz||Hartwell Freeman Sr|
Thank you for all the information you have gathered and kindly shared with us. Could you please tell me your sources for his birth date, death date, and death place? Did he actually go to Tennessee after North Carolina? I did find his marriage to Elizabeth Bailey in Virginia and what I hope is his family in the 1790 census in Iredell, NC. I would especially like to know how you connected them to their children so I can prove he is my 5th great grandfather.
Thank you, cousin(?)
Added by MLKunz on May 27, 2015 12:19 AM
|Christina Nelson-Sivewright||RE: Delbert G. Harper|
Hello Christina, I was wondering if you could tell me if Delbert's wife, Wilma is still living or is she interred in the Stickler cemetery as well. They lived in Centralia. Her 3G Grandfather and my 3G grandfather were brothers. Thanks in advance
My response: I found no record of a Wilma Harper buried at GMP... There's 2 Franks, George, Jalmer and Jerry Harper. I did find that there's a Wilma Harper who is 80+ years old living in Olympia which is a neighboring town that lives on Magnolia Street... might be related but not validated. Good luck!!! Christina
|Sandra Smith||Unity Cemetery|
Sorry I'm late about this. The cemetery is between Knob Creek & Bandmill on the old Blankenship land out in the woods. Difficult to find - to many ticks & snakes this time of year.
Not sure if any one put up a new sign or not.
|Sandra Smith||RE: Unity Cemetery|
Pioneer Day is Saturday. I'll try to pinpoint the cemetery for you before you come down.
|Carolyn Thomas Gratton||Gammill in Old Mount Hermon Cemetery|
Thanks for your info. I have been able to identify all of the Gammills listed on the plaque.
Did this William Dixon leave a will or estate papers? If so, in what county?
Added by Searcher on Apr 14, 2015 11:37 PM
|Debora Hill Nichols||RE: 67534979 (Lorenzo D. Toney)|
Thank you for your help. For some reason that was not among the data bases that were showing up when looking for Lorenzo. I appreciate your help.
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