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Re: The LACY family of Marengo Co.,Ala. in the 1800s
Posted by: Jean (ID *****3289) Date: March 22, 2011 at 15:22:10
In Reply to: Re: The LACY family of Marengo Co.,Ala. in the 1800s by Pat Ralston of 402

Hello Pat and Hewlett-Lacy cousin!

Contact me at so I can send you attachments of documents I have.

My Martin and his brother Thomas Hewlett Jr married 2 Moseley sisters, daughter's of Samuel Moseley and Martha Hodges, "The Douglass Register, 1757-1797" by Rev William Douglass, St. James Northam Parish Church, Goochland Co. VA

Martha Hewlett Lacy b 1759/60 married 1787 to William Hughes Lacy, in Powhatten Co. Virgina. (Douglass Register)
I have electronic copy of DR if your library doesn't have copy. She died about or in the year 1831 and was last Hewlett sibling to die!
Her sister Susannah married Nicholas Darnall/Darnell of Virgina but migrated to Paris, Henry Co. TN where I found my Samuel Moseley Hewlett living from 1827-1835.

Thomas Hewlett Junior has Revolutionary War Pension application along with Samuel Moseley. I think I have found Father of William Hughes Lacy of Goochland Co VA?
Martha H Lacy followed her brother Martin to Kentucky, and after Wm Hughes died, she moved to Marengo Co AL with her son Elisha who had married in Caldwell Co, and again in Marengo after 1st wife died. Other Lacy children had married in Hopkins and Caldwell Counties after Father died.

Samuel Moseley Hewlett migrated to SW Missouri in 1839.
Interesting new fact for me is your Lacy ancestor in other Missouri County.


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