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Re: James B. Hampton and son Elisha
Posted by: Patricia Hampton Kinzie (ID *****6772) Date: December 22, 2009 at 19:38:58
In Reply to: Re: James B. Hampton and son Elisha by Bill of 689

I think the 1860 census shows that Warren J. Hampton's father was James, not Warren, as earlier stated by a relative.

1850 census misspelled Ester Ann Nash's name as "Astor".

3rd wife, Mary, I have Mary R. Adams who married him late in life.

Emmeline E. Bacon was the mother of Warren and Elbert and Stepmother to Charles, Elisha, Zalman, Francis & Emina. You can tell by the dates of their births.

What is an IGI entry? Do you have knowledge of this family or are you a researcher. Warren J. was my great Uncle and my dad was named after him.

Thanks, Pat


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