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Re: 50+ English Surnames mid 1800's to Ohio
Posted by: Karen Deeds-Jarvie (ID *****7392) Date: December 17, 2006 at 19:15:41
In Reply to: 50+ English Surnames mid 1800's to Ohio by Gayle of 1002

Very much interested in the Hill name, as it is associated with Trumbull County. Happy to share what I know with other Hill researchers. The Hill I'm seeking was named John, William, or David (aargh!) and he married a Margaret Denison. The Denisons were long-standing members of Liberty Twp. in Trumbull Co. Not sure if Mr. Hill was a minister or some other kind of traveler, as he and his bride moved to PA and that's where their children, James, David, Alexander, Mary and Jane were born. Margaret and Mr. William/John/David Hill must have died rather young, as the family for the most part seems to disappear. The only records that exist are on Mary and Jane, the two youngest. Any leads that anyone can provide would be most appreciated.


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