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Re: William HILL, 1800's Wake Co. N.C.
Posted by: L B Hayes (ID *****0104) Date: May 29, 2002 at 05:53:30
In Reply to: Re: William HILL, 1800's Wake Co. N.C. by Sue Aaron of 1372

I got a letter from Jo White Linn in Salisbury NC a few years ago looking for Puah Hill. I know she was working on that and don't know if she found her or not. I have not found her in my files. However, my Sion Hill b. 1773 m. my Starage Lee b. 1780 in Johnston Co. in 1800. They migrated from Wake Co. to Davidson Co. around 1820-22 or so to Davidson Co. and they were members of Tom's Creek Bapt. Church. The cemetery is very old and a lot of stones are missing. I have some minutes of their meetings that mention Starage, my Michele Peacock m. John Nance, and Wm. Peacock. They moved from the church (withdrew) in 1832. Riley Hill b. 1810 m. Apsylla Nance was s/o Sion and Starage. I've been at a dead end on Starage Lee for many years. She was from Johnston Co. and her husband Sion Hill was from Wake Co. Of course, these counties border and it seems they lived on both sides of the line. Jo White Linn is the best source I know of for this. If you learn anything please let me know. I feel she is definitely in my Hill family somewhere.

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