Re: AH Baxley and Martha A Mims Baxley
John, this counld be our AH BAxley, but I am not sure.
My records, bAsed on the census, show that AH was born in
1818. Your new info puts him born in 1814. I have found that census records are often wrong, so 4 years if not that far off. If this is our AH then he must have returned (gone) to Maryland and left Martha in GA. We know she is buried in GA. We can not locate where AH is buried.
I have found no record of our AH attending a medical school, but then I may not have looked in the right places.
Recently, I talked to a Dr. John B. Baxley who lives in Aiken, SC but practices medicine in Augusta. He is descended from the John Baxle listed in the 1790 census as living in Georgetown. Before the 1800 census the family moved to the Blackville area. I believe there were 4 boys.
One of the grandsons born 1820 was named John Baynard Baxley. Dr. BAxley does not think his BAxley family is connected to the other Baxleys around Barnwell.
There is a strong possibility that one of the 4 boys was John Duncan adn another AH. We have no proof.
I have a copy of the a plat that a John Baxley bought from a Blitcheton (sp) around 1800 or a little before. John Virgil Baxley, who owns John Duncan's land, says his track
looks like the same track. John Virgil was to get his surveyor to look at the old plat to see if he thought it was the same track of land. This MIGHT led us one step forward in our search.
Half of me says that we are connected to the 1790 John BAxley of Georgetown and the other half that we are connected to the Maryland Baxleys. OF COURSE THEY MAY BE THE SAME FAMILY.
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