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Re: Mourning PASS/POSS m. Stith DANIEL-GA
Posted by: William D. Hammond Date: March 06, 2000 at 17:07:52
In Reply to: Mourning PASS/POSS m. Stith DANIEL-GA by Cheryl Governale of 293

John Burt Pass, Edmond Pass, Nathaniel B. Pass, Miles P. Pass and Caroline Pass were siblings, according to some old family records. Records doesn't name parents. These siblings were in Putnam County, but records show born Hancock County. Suspect that Mourning Pass who married Stith Daniel on 18 Jul 1810 to be Morning Barksdale, b. 1773, dau of Joseph Barksdale & Hannah Ford, and the widow of a William Pass, who was in Hancock County, GA in 1796, and suspect that above named siblings were children of Mourning & William Pass. Census & other records show these siblings as born 1910 or before. Caroline Pass married Leonard Peek.

The child that you have listed for Stith Daniel must have been from a previous marriage.

1813 Putnam County Tax rolls show Stith Daniel as guardian of heirs of William Pass.

Suspect this William Pass to be a son of the William Pass whose will is recorded 18 Mar 1774 in Halifax County, NC. Also suspect the William Pass of the aforementioned will to be the William Pass who was in Isle of Wight County, VA 1750 - 1760.
4-greatgrandson of Nathaniel Pass

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