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Re: Hugh Lavender immigrated 1771 from Antrim, Northern Ireland
Posted by: Heather Mccoy (ID *****0226) Date: March 19, 2007 at 14:35:53
In Reply to: Re: Hugh Lavender immigrated 1771 from Antrim, Northern Ireland by Matthew Johnson of 765

I have a ton of info on Hugh Lavender from Antrim Ireland . It is very long so I can email it to you,snail mail it to you or fax it to you. I can try to fit it all in on this forum if you wish. Anyone who is looking for info on Hugh Lavender can contact me here or by my email heatherdavismccoy@yahoo.com
I need Hugh's wife (or wives) name if anyone has that. I have the names of all 9 of Hugh's children ,the date of his death in Alabama (where he moved to with one of his sons) I have the name of the court house where his will is listed and the section and page# of it. He fought in the Revolutionary war and I have the names of the Col.'s he fought under. Hugh's Grandaughter Emaline married a Poole whom is my Husbands great great grandfather.
I have the date of Hugh's death and I think I have the name of the cemetary he is in. I would be glad to hear from either of you and happy to fill in some blanks for you.


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