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Re: Deputy Clerks & other Issuing Officers
Posted by: Tommy Booker Date: May 12, 2001 at 07:58:14
In Reply to: Deputy Clerks & other Issuing Officers by dee reynolds of 1367

Hello! My 3rd g-grandfather was Paul A. Haralson. I didn't know his wife Leannah Graves Haralson was an official. Paul's father was Herndon Haralson. Herndon's father-in-law was Archibald Murphey. Both fought in the Revolution. A letter written by Paul in 1838 mentioned a Squire Harvey who married a suspicious-looking couple after Van Hook refused to marry them. Thomas. D. Johnston was mentioned in 1842.


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