Re: [jacksongenealogy] Hall, Prince, Hinshaw, Trice, Taylor, Roberson, Carter, Williams, WALLS
- hello kyle
My name is Sue Sharp Long could u tell me about the Carter side of your family i am kin to the Carters to my g grandfather was e\Edward Carter my grand dad was Hester Miles Carter
eny help will be nice. thank u Sue
Kyle Davenport <kdavenpo@...> wrote:
The Hinshaw historians have my line all the way back:
Martha Jane Hinshaw (1847-1918) -> William (1812-1859) -> William
(1772-?) -> Thomas (1749-1825) -> Jacob (1710-1796) and Jacob was the
immigrant from Ireland. Does that fit in with yours?
paula stockebrand wrote:
> Welcome Kyle.---------------------------------
> .I have "cousins" related to the Hinshaws of Chatham and Randolph
> County North Carolina..One descendant of Robert Hinshaw changed his
> name to "Wall", which is my line of research. Mark Wall of Nash County
> NC was the bondsman on Sept 10, 1799
> to the marriage of Sarah Carter and William Jones. Mark Wall's sons
> David Wall and Jesse Wall are on the Jackson County Alabama census in
> 1830 and Mark's son Daniel shows up in 1840 in Jackson County. A
> fourth son William Wall also came to Alabama..
> We have ties to Browning, Rackley, Williams, Wheeler, Walden and
> Griffith families...and my dna is uploaded, full 67 markers, and my
> line is Pittman (perfect, no mutations). So we picked up the Wall name
> in Surry County Virginia about 1655: Joseph Wall/Pittman.
> Have you seen the Hinshaw webpage?
> Best Regards,
> Most Sincerely,
> Paula Fabionar
> Kyle Davenport <kdavenpo@... <mailto:kdavenpo%40tx.rr.com>> wrote:
> My ancestors in Jackson County.
> Just joined the list and seeing no mention of these names. Any one on
> here related?
> These folks were mostly in the NW part of Jackson County. My last
> relative I knew there died in 1989 (Joe Hall)
> Kyle Davenport
> Dallas, TX
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