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John Hunt and Gabriel H. Hattox 1840's
Posted by: Brenda Fohlmeister (ID *****7443) Date: November 01, 2008 at 16:04:21
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Am looking for two family members who settled in Washington Co, TX in the 1840's. Lucreasy Hattox married JOHN HUNT in Upson Co, GA on 1 Jan 1829. They were on the 1830 Census of Upson County but moved to Washington Co, TX in the early 1840's. With the name of John Hunt being so common I have not found them anywhere. Can someone help me?

Gabriel Hubbard Hattox, (Lucreasy's youngest brother) came to Washington Co, TX from Upson County, GA as a single man. He married Martha A. E. Williams Marchman on 19 April 1843 in Washington County. I have traced his family, but cannot find where he is buried.

Another brother Philip Hattox also from Upson Co, GA came to Washington County, TX in 1829 and was with Austin's colonists in 1832. He had changed his name to his mother's maiden name of Coe and married Sarah Elizabeth Parker ca. 1830. Philip Hattox Coe and his wife Elizabeth eventually settled in Gonzales County and are buried in the Coe Valley Cemetery near Cost, TX.

Any information on this Hattox or Hunt family would be appreciated.

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