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Re: Hinson/Gannon, Gibson/Gannon, Joiner(Joyner)/Gannon
Posted by: Buddy Jackson (ID *****8848) Date: February 11, 2009 at 08:44:58
In Reply to: Re: Hinson/Gannon, Gibson/Gannon, Joiner(Joyner)/Gannon by Kenneth Hinson of 974

Earl-Good to hear back. I have continued to look for more on your Martin M., but no luck. On the other Martin. In 1850 he gave age as 93[so born 1757]. I've wondered about that. Hard to trust ages. One of my gg grandfathers gave his birth date as 1790, then 1787 then 1783. From other records it was 1790. As he got older he liked being even older. Martin could easily have been in the Revolution with a birth year of 1763. Do you have any ideas on this? Also I think I saw where you said wife of Needham was Lena or Lanie Hinson. Did you mean Hinson was her maiden name? I have not been to Alabama Archives in several years- Just by luck I found obit of my gg grandfather John Jackson in a Montgomery paper[1854]. Maybe Martin will show up in a paper some day. Buddy

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