I appreciate your getting back to me.
I've found much of the info that you have found, but some conflicting evidence on Elisha. I've found an Elisha in Greene County, GA, who was not brother to Ephraim. He died in 1836. See this link:
If you scroll down to #24 you will find his info. I found this in looking for information about his estate. Could info over the years been commningled between the two Elisha Hunters I wonder?
Thank you for the information you have shared. We have just come to a standstill on Green Dunn. I too have found the Greenberrys, and my grandfather just drew a connection between the Dunns and Martins last week.
I'll keep my fingers crossed that I am able to find something. I'm with you that I thik something happened in that family for the inheritance to be split like it was. I know Green was given POA in 1838, but he and Martha didn't have their first child until 1840, so it has made me wonder were they married before the POA switch, or maybe met because of it, fell in love, and married despite her parents's other wishes.
Good luck in your hunting, and if I stumble across anything that might be of interest to you, I will let you know.
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