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Re: James Hargraves can you help me?
Posted by: Sandra Kennedy (ID *****7386) Date: May 09, 2008 at 21:29:53
In Reply to: Re: James Hargraves can you help me? by JAMES HARGRAVES of 770

Mr. Hargraves, I thank you so much. I had left my family tree information with John as the son of Bray. As I stated, my line from John is Arthur and Ann Glasgow.
Their children:
Aaron born about 1775 married Jane Carr born about 1784
Absella, Fereby, Lemuel, Charity, and John.
Aaron and Jane's children:
Benjamin Franklin born abt.1797 married Mary Polly Bradshaw
Janet, Carr, Margaret, Harriett born 10/12/1802 married Archibald Monk, and Owen.
Benjamin Franklin and Polly Bradshaw Hargrove's children:
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Ione b: 1/6/1847 d:1905
John Aaron b: May 4, 1847 died in 20's or early 30's
William Henry b: June 18, 1849
Benjamin Carr b: January 31, 1853 d: before 1860
George Washington b: March 7, 1856 d: 1825 married Georgia Ann Allen b: June 28, 1864 d: 12/9/1935 (George Wasington is the only one of Benjamin and Polly's children to marry)
Susan (Sudie) Henritta b: 2/15/1859 d: 4/15/1930
George and Georgia had 2 sons Ed C. and Benjamin Franklin
Ed C. b: 10/20/1885 d:5/26/1953
Benjamin Franklin (my grandfather) b:12/19/1887 d:9/7/1967
Most of these people were from Hargrove's Crossroads in Sampson County, North Carolina. I live on land that has been in the Hargrove family for well over 100 years.

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