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Re: Mexican War Volunteers - HANCOCK
Posted by: clarence leathers Date: March 19, 2002 at 14:29:50
In Reply to: Mexican War Volunteers - HANCOCK by Robert Holley of 568

Deed Book G, p. 130 A.L.Huie as Administrator of the Estate of Albert G. Hancock, transferred NW Corner of Lot #72 of the 13th Dist. of Fayette County, Georgia to purchaser at Administrator's sale, C.T.Hancock. Parcel of land conveyed contained 66 2/3 acres. Date of Instrument was 2 April 1848. Petition for administration filed 8 Jan. 1847 and Bond made 1 March 1847. There is an inventory and appraisal of the personal property on file in Albert G. Hancock probate file but there is no information on family or cause or date of death contained in probate file. Do not know how long a person had to be missing to be declared dead in mid-1800's. Definitely dead by 8 Jan 1847,when petition filed. Have you tried regular army records for Mexican War or are you positive of 1845 death date?
Clarence Leathers clarenc917@aol.com


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