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Re: Haw's from Virginia
Posted by: Liz Mims Date: February 01, 2000 at 18:29:47
In Reply to: Re: Haw's from Virginia by william d. holder of 161

Yes, this is my line. Ann Nancy must have been the "one daughter" mentioned in the magazine, The Confederate Veteran. No dates or volume # available. The two brothers were John Haw III and my gg grandfather, Richardson Tyree Haw. Both the boys were left property; no mention of anything left to Ann Nancy. The mother of these people was Sarah Richardson Tyree. Her maiden name was Richardson, daughter of John Richardson (b.??-d. 1753). She married into the Tyree's. All were from Hanover Co., Va. Sarah married Benjamin Tyree in 1763. Sarah married John Haw, date unknown. She may also have married Joseph Tyree, relationship to Benjamin unknown. I'm not all together comfortable with some of this data. I may be getting data on two Sarah Tyree's, but Sarah Richrdson Tyree was Richardson Tyree Haw's mother and probably your Ann Nancy Haw's mom also.


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