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Re: The Knights of N. Florida and S. Georgia...
Posted by: Dori Lloyd (ID *****2514) Date: March 16, 2013 at 12:07:52
In Reply to: Re: The Knights of N. Florida and S. Georgia... by Thomas Kerwin of 21436

Thomas,

Thank you so much for doing this... especially since this is not your family! :-] Unfortunately (or fortunately!) I knew all this, but it is Henrietta's parentage that I'm looking for... "Undetermined" is such a lonely word... :-]

Something weird I found also in the 1860 Census, is a "mirror" family of Hunters also in New River (which is Bradford County before the name change in 1861):

J B Hunter        40
Rebeca Hunter        33
Henry Hunter        25
Thomas D Hunter 17
Susana M Hunter 14
Rebeca J Hunter 12
D B Hunter        1

Creepy, huh? Same/similar names and same/similar ages... When I found this, I wondered which Hunter family was my own... *sigh*

Thanks again! Dori


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