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14268Re: [jacksongenealogy] Green/e help

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  • John Green
    Feb 8, 2011
      My GREEN line came from Virginia to Lincoln County TN before 1820 and on the Francisco area of Jackson about 1840. So far as I know, we have no North Carolina connection.

      John M. Green
      On Feb 7, 2011, at 5:31 PM, Pam Cain wrote:

      > Hi all,
      > I wanted to ask if there is anyone on the list who would help me with the
      > Green/e ancestors of Jackson Co.
      > My line is Margaret Green/e m Russel Hamilton c 1808 - Cabarrus or
      > Mecklenburg NC.
      > She was b c 1792, NC (probably Cabarrus Co, but maybe Mecklenburg) and she
      > and Russel Hamilton married and her first child was named Nathan Green
      > Hamilton. I thought she was the daughter of Nathan Green m Mary Polly Kiser
      > but they are the same age, so it doesn't fit.
      > The family's migration pattern was something like this: NC>Abbeville SC by
      > 1820, but may have been in TN between 1814 and the census of 1820. >TN
      > (maybe, again) before moving to Jackson, AL by the 1830 census. The family
      > left Jackson AL c 1845 to move first to Itawamba MS, and then to Tishomingo
      > MS.
      > I don't know her parents, or how she ties to the Burkett Green/e line.
      > My Hamilton ancestor, Gabriel, m Mary Catherine READY/Reddy/Reidy Pruitt,
      > and they named their only son Burkett H. Hamilton - though he always went by
      > the nickname, Banks. This makes me think they were kin to this Green/e
      > line.
      > Margaret Green/e Hamilton died c 1856 Tishomingo MS, but, her will was
      > probated in Marshall Co AL (I need a copy).
      > Any help is appreciated.
      > Thanks,
      > Pam Cain
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