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Martha Gilbert early 1800's, South Carolina
Posted by: jeff gilbert (ID *****7583) Date: July 01, 2012 at 08:53:10
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Hi, I'm looking for the parents of a Martha Gilbert from the early 1800's in South Carolina in the Pendleton District or Old 96 District.
I'm not sure whether or not she was born in S.C. But, She was in an 1850 Habersham/Lumpkin Counties, Ga Census as Martha Gibbert(Gilbert) SC with three I suppose sons, Marion (Francis Marion), Sion (Simeon), and Jasper.
Jasper was, According to civil war records, Born in Anderson Co S.C. in 1932 (The year Anderson became a county).
I think she might be kin to Amos or William Gilbert of the same area. Maybe even Pickens Co S.C.
I found a record one time of a child being disowned but can't find out if it was a male or female.
Also according to DNA, Which I'm slowly coming to believe less and less in. There is an Oakley, Pugh, or Haney illigitamacy (Among about 45 other connections).
This name "Martha", could have been the proper name for "Mary".
There was a William Gilbert, (Son of Amos Gilbert) that had Bastardy bonds on him by a Rebecca Davis. I was wondering if there was any other records on William fathering other children.
Help Gilbert family

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