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Re: Mourning Hutcherson (Hutcheson)
Posted by: Jo Ann Perry (ID *****0264) Date: November 02, 2009 at 16:00:56
In Reply to: Re: Mourning Hutcherson (Hutcheson) by Jeff Harbin of 664

Jeff,

Appoligize for delay in responding.

Don't know if I can provide any helpful information. Turner was born about 1795 in N.C. or Virgina. The only known child was Curtis C Hutchenson (b. 1810) who married Verlina Deadmon (Deadmond) in 1836 in Auraria Georgia.

Turner was married to a Mourning Sowart(?) reportedly Native American. It would not be possible for Mourning to be the mother of Curtis if she were born in 1825. The only posibility would be if Mourning was a second wife of Turner, or if Turner had a second child named after the Indian Mother. So far we have no been able to solve this mystery. Turner died sometime after 1850.

There was a Mourning Hutcheson living with The Deadmons (Cutris' in-laws) in Aruaria, Georgia and this is probably Daniel Hyden second wife. Do have some limited in formation on the Deadmon's, and more on the Hutchenson line.

I will keep you name on file as should I find anything more about Turner or Mourning we will let you know.

Aaron and Jo Ann



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