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Re: James Pinkney Hornbuckle, b. 1844, Concord, NC
Posted by: Will Branch (ID *****3197) Date: April 05, 2005 at 13:25:12
In Reply to: Re: James Pinkney Hornbuckle, b. 1844, Concord, NC by Peg of 460

Hi Peg,

Thanks for your reply! This looks like the right family.

According to my great aunts, James was a farmer who later owned a livery stable in Concord.

In 1870, He and Susan would have had 2 children,
Richard Jacob Franklin (Frank), born 7 Jan 1869,
and William Pickard (Will), born 14 May 1870.

In reference to the 1860 data, I've also seen a reference to a "Pink" Hornbuckle, listed in "Alamance Co, the Legacy of itís People and Places." This could easily be the right person.

Terry Whitesell lists James' father as George, but has no dates or references making the link at this time. Your information looks much more likely.

Again, thank you so much! If you need some information on this family, please let me know. I'll be glad to share what I have.


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