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Re: ***ARCHIBALD MILLINER HAND***
Posted by: Lisa (ID *****2285) Date: August 16, 2010 at 12:02:24
In Reply to: ***ARCHIBALD MILLINER HAND*** by Lisa Wiliamson of 343

Hello,
I know now that Archibald's middle name was not Milliner, but, Millinson. I now know that his wife Martha's maiden name was PARE. On the Chambers Co.,Al. marriage certificate, it reads, Pare.
Their son, Let Hand, I know his full name now. It was , Littleton Arascus Hand, born 1875,in Heard Co.,Ga. and died in Florence, Lauderdale Co.,Alabama, in 1947. He went by ,Lit A. Hand.
Martha Pare may be related to the, Bridges PARR family. Bridges Parr was married to , Penelope May Hand. They lived in Chambers Co.,Al. at some point.I am trying to connect the dots.Martha and Archibald had a daughter named, Pennie O L J Hand. Her initials are on the 1870 and 1880 Heard Co.,census. The Hand family lived in the Texas Community in Heard Co.,Ga. A coincidence that a Pennie Hand was born to a Martha Pare, married name , Hand, and a Penelope May Hand, married to a Bridges Parr, who could have been Martha Pare Hand's parents. I see no records of Martha with the Bridges Parr family, but it is a unique thought , they may be related.
Any knowledge will be appreciated.
Thanks, Lisa.



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