Lillian Mae Labelle Josephine Hudson

Female 1906 - 1993  (86 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Lillian Mae Labelle Josephine Hudson was born 30 Nov 1906, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma (daughter of William McClean Hudson and Laura Jane Cooper); died 14 Mar 1993, Los Angeles, California.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  William McClean Hudson was born 20 May 1879, Marion County, Tennessee (son of John P. Hudson and Mary "Polly" Harmon); died 13 Dec 1952, Tulare, Tulare County, California; was buried Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, Tulare County, California.

    William married Laura Jane Cooper 20 Oct 1901. Laura was born 5 Dec 1888, Texas; died 23 Oct 1981. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Laura Jane Cooper was born 5 Dec 1888, Texas; died 23 Oct 1981.
    Children:
    1. Willie Clyde Hudson was born 14 Sep 1904, Callahan County, Texas; died 6 Jun 1984, El Cajon, San Diego County, California.
    2. 1. Lillian Mae Labelle Josephine Hudson was born 30 Nov 1906, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; died 14 Mar 1993, Los Angeles, California.
    3. Johnnie H. Hudson
    4. McClellan Hudson was born Abt 1918, Oklahoma; died 0___ 1936.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John P. Hudson was born 8 Mar 1854, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee (son of William M. Hudson and Martha Jane Griffith); died 16 Jul 1928, Nocona, Montague County, Texas; was buried Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, Texas.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1852, (Marion County) Tennessee

    Notes:

    Re: HARMON - 1850 census

    Posted By: Sara Goins

    Date: Friday, 19 March 2004, at 8:12 p.m.

    In Response To: HARMON - 1850 census (Brenda Hudson)

    Brenda, the first census of Sequatchie County is 1860. I find the William B. Harmon family in Bledsoe County, TN in 1850...as follows: HH #13-13 William B. Harmon, 23; Susan S., 20; Martha 4/12; all born in TN.

    There are also two other Harmon families, but I believe this is the one you are looking for..

    In 1860 they are in District 4, Sequatchie County, household 121-99, as follows: Wm. B. Harmon, 34; Susan S. 31; Martha 10; Mary 8; Henry 6; Faney E. 3; Joseph 1; all born TN. In 1870 they are still in Sequatchie County, district 4, HH #57. The wife Susan S. must have died as she is not listed.

    The family is: Bart Harmon, 48; Martha 20, Mary, 18; Henry 16; Fanny 14; Joseph 12; Frances, 8; and Susan, 6.

    This Mary is 18 in 1870, and would be about 21 when Mary Harmon married John Hudson, Jr. on 9 Oct 1873. Had you noticed that the security on the marriage bond is one J. H. Hudson, who most likely is the father of the groom?

    In a compendium of Biographies, published in 1898, there is a biography of Elijah H. Hudson, son of John Hudson. This John Hudson married Isabel Hackworth and they had five children:Elijah H., John H., Joseph, Samuel, and Lizzie.

    (The 1850 Marion County, TN census shows: HH943-943 John Hudson, 23; Isabella, 25; Eliga 11/12; all born TN.) ( The 1860 Marion County census shows: HH52-51 John Hudson, 33; Eliijah, 10; John 8; Elizabeth 2.)

    The biography goes on to say that after the death of Isabel, John Hudson married Matilda Heard, and they had four children: Byron, Isabel, Nancy, and James L.

    (The 1870 Marion County census shows: John Hutson, 43; Matilda, 38; Elijah 20; John 19; Elizabeth 13; Biran 8; Frizzell 7, and Nancy 5.) Since the above John is 19, and would have been around 22 by 9 Oct 1873, this very well could be the John Hudson who married Mary Harmon.

    Now that I've looked all this up, I've found in 1880 Marion County, Dist. 1, HH46-46 John Hudson 23; Pollie 24; Sarah 5; Nor F. 3; and William 2. They are living next to a William Hudson, age 52 who could be this John's father.

    So I don't know if I've helped you.

    Sara

    Re: HARMON - 1850 census

    Posted By: Amy Adams

    Date: Sunday, 21 March 2004, at 10:46 a.m.

    In Response To: HARMON - 1850 census (Brenda Hudson)

    Hi Brenda,

    I don't have info on your Harmons, but I have Hudson ancestors. The John Hudson who married Isabelle Hackworth and then Matilda Heard is my line. He had a son John H. Hudson who married Mary Josephine Holloway (my line). I think the William that Sara Goins mentioned living next door to John and Polly Hudson may be this William: (brother to the above John Hudson who married Hackworth)William M. Hudson b. May 1826 d. 9/1/1911 and buried at Griffith/Price Cemetery in Marion County. He married Martha Jane Griffith abt 1848. She was born abt 1828 and died June 1st, 1892.

    I don't have his children listed, but if this turns out to be your line, I have his siblings and parents, and lots of info.

    Amy

    John married Mary "Polly" Harmon 9 Oct 1873, Sequatchie County, Tennessee. Mary (daughter of William Bartley "Bart" Harmon and Susan Silvan(a) Smith) was born 12 Nov 1852, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 9 Feb 1940, Montague County, Texas; was buried Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, Texas. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mary "Polly" Harmon was born 12 Nov 1852, Sequatchie County, Tennessee (daughter of William Bartley "Bart" Harmon and Susan Silvan(a) Smith); died 9 Feb 1940, Montague County, Texas; was buried Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, Texas.

    Notes:

    Re: Harmon familyView Thread

    Re: Harmon family

    Posted By: Robbie Robinson

    Date: Saturday, 1 December 2001, at 1:53 a.m.

    In Response To: Harmon family (Corky Harmon)

    >Posted By: Corky Harmon Date: Monday, 4 June 2001, at 11:00 p.m.

    Looking for information on family of William B. Harmon and Susan Harmon listed as living in Bledsoe Co., in the 1850 census and living in Sequatchie Co., in the 1860 census.

    Children listed: Martha, Mary, Henry, Faney & Joseph.

    I think this is my husband's family that by the mid 1870's was living in AR.

    I'm trying to find out more about William Barton "Bart" HARMON's family, too.

    William was my great-great-great grandfather, born about 1827. I have found a William HARMON in the Bledsoe Co., TN 1830 Census age between 60 and 70 with a boy under 5, 3 boys 5-10, a girl under 5 and 3 girls 15-20. His likely wife was listed as 40-50.

    In the 1840 US Census of Bledsoe Co., TN There is no William listed anymore but a Susan HARMON age 50-60 with all the same children in the right age groups. I believe these are William Barton's parents.
    Sequatchie Co. was made from part of Bledsoe Co. in 1857.

    In the 1850 Marion Co.Census Susan HARMON, age 60 is living with Polly ELLIOTT age 37 who I suspect is one of her daughters.

    In the 1860 Census she is in Sequatchie Co. again living with Polly Elliot next door to William B. HARMON and his family.

    In the 1870 Census in Sequatchie Co. in Dunlap, she is 86 and still living with Polly ELLIOT next to Bart (William B.) HARMON's family on one side and Mary HUDSON age 60 on the other.

    William Barton HARMON's daughter Mary "Polly" HARMON was my great-great grandmother. She married John HUDSON in Sequatchie County, TN on 9 Oct 1873. She died 9 Feb 1940 in Montague County, TX and was buried in the Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, TX.

    John and Polly were in Marion Co., TN in the 1880 US Census living next door to John's parents, William and Martha J. (GRIFFITH) HUDSON, and his younger siblings, David M.... Standifer and Benette
    K.

    His brother, William C. HUDSON had already married and moved. In the 1900 US Census John and Polly were living in Jackson, Little River Co., Arkansas with 6 children. In the 1910 US Census they were living in Rack Creek, Stephens Co., OK. with their 3 youngest children. In the 1920 US Census they were living in the same county but in the town of McPherson. I have a photo of John, Polly and their youngest daughter, Bessie take about 1913 outside their boarded up General Store in Bowie, Montague Co., TX where they finally ended up.

    They traveled a lot. (Back and forth to Tennessee in a covered wagon several times. They had children born in Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas.)

    I have more information on Mary "Polly" HARMON HUDSON's children the her brother's and sister's, also. I think J. B. "Bird" HARMON and Leonard HARMON were William B.'s brother's. I'd be glad to trade some info. Finding another cousin is always fun.

    Robbie Robinson gavinu2@earthlink.net

    17 Mar 2011 - email no longer valid. Robbie may have passed away...DAH

    Children:
    1. Sarah Hudson was born 0___ 1875, Marion County, Tennessee.
    2. Nora Florence "Florence" Hudson was born 0___ 1877, Marion County, Tennessee; died 26 Jul 1925, Childress, Childress County, Texas; was buried 27 Jul 1925, Bowie, Montague County, Texas.
    3. 2. William McClean Hudson was born 20 May 1879, Marion County, Tennessee; died 13 Dec 1952, Tulare, Tulare County, California; was buried Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, Tulare County, California.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  William M. Hudson was born 12 Mar 1827, Marion County, Tennessee (son of Elijah Albert Hudson, Sr. and Rebecca Barker); died 11 Sep 1911, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Griffith Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Uncle Billie
    • Residence: 0___ 1900, Sequatchie County, Tennessee

    William married Martha Jane Griffith (Tennessee). Martha was born 0___ 1830, (Marion County) Tennessee; died Bef 1900, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Martha Jane Griffith was born 0___ 1830, (Marion County) Tennessee; died Bef 1900, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee.

    Notes:

    February 27, 2016

    I searched for her parents - to no avail. I also ran across "The Hudson Family Association" which is apparently now defunct as the its website, www.hudsonfamilyassociation.org, is no longer active...DAH

    Children:
    1. 4. John P. Hudson was born 8 Mar 1854, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; died 16 Jul 1928, Nocona, Montague County, Texas; was buried Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, Texas.
    2. David M. Hudson was born 20 Sep 1865, Marion County, Tennessee; died 6 Dec 1923, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Condra Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.
    3. Stanley Hudson was born 0___ 1868, Tennessee.
    4. Bennett Kirkland Hudson was born 19 Oct 1870, Marion County, Tennessee; died 13 Feb 1932, Whitwell, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Condra Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.

  3. 10.  William Bartley "Bart" Harmon was born 0___ 1826, Bledsoe County, Tennessee (son of William Harmon and Susan LNU); died 0___ 1880, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Sequatchie County, Tennessee
    • Occupation: farmer
    • Also Known As: Bart Harmon
    • Also Known As: Willis Barton Harmon

    William married Susan Silvan(a) Smith 0___ 1849, Bledsoe County, Tennessee. Susan (daughter of David Smith and Susannah "Susan" Handy) was born 0___ 1829, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1870, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Susan Silvan(a) Smith was born 0___ 1829, Bledsoe County, Tennessee (daughter of David Smith and Susannah "Susan" Handy); died 0___ 1870, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Sequatchie County, Tennessee
    • Occupation: Housewife
    • Also Known As: Sylvania Smith

    Notes:

    6 Jun 2005, 11 Mar 2013

    Scoured genforum for SMITH, HARMON & HANDY. Alas, no new data...DAH

    Birth:
    Bledsoe County was formed in 1807 from land that was formerly Indian Land as well as land carved from Roane County. The county was named for Anthony Bledsoe (1739–1788), a soldier in the Revolutionary War and was an early settler of Sumner County. He was killed in an Indian attack at Bledsoe's Station.[4] ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bledsoe_County,_Tennessee

    Birth:
    Sequatchie County was created in 1857 from a portion of Hamilton County.[1] It was named for the Sequatchie Valley, which in turn had been named for a Cherokee chief. The word sequachee in Cherokee means, "opossum" or "he grins or runs."[5] Settlers began arriving in what is now Sequatchie by the early 19th century, drawn to the area by the fertile land in the valley.[1] ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sequatchie_County,_Tennessee

    Children:
    1. Martha Harmon was born 0May 1850, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 7 Mar 1947, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    2. 5. Mary "Polly" Harmon was born 12 Nov 1852, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 9 Feb 1940, Montague County, Texas; was buried Perryman Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague County, Texas.
    3. Henry Lee Harmon was born 0Oct 1853, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 25 Feb 1936, Dayton, Rhea County, Tennessee; was buried 26 Feb 1936, Old Union Cemetery, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    4. Frances E(lizabeth) "Fannie" Harmon was born 0Jul 1856, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died Aft 1920, (Hamilton County, Tennessee).
    5. Joseph "Joe" Harmon was born 6 Oct 1858, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 1 Jan 1931, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    6. Frances "Frankie" Harmon was born 27 Mar 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 7 Mar 1947, Morganville, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; was buried 7 Mar 1947, Old Union Cemetery, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    7. Susan Harmon was born 0___ 1864, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1891, (Cumberland County) Tennessee; was buried Crossville City Cemetery, Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee.


Generation: 5

  1. 16.  Elijah Albert Hudson, Sr. was born 0___ 1792, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina (son of Elijah Hutson and unnamed spouse); died 0Oct 1842, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Hudson Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1793
    • Alt Death: 0___ 1843

    Notes:

    February 27, 2016

    I have assigned him to the family of Elijah Hutson given the favorable times and I am confortable with the frequent, common use of the forenames, Elijah and Albert, in the HUTSON line. I cannot prove this relationship and it is only conjecture...DAH

    *

    more ....

    There are two (2) unproven generations above Elijah Albert HUDSON, Sr., b. ca.1795, NC, d. 1849(?) in Marion Co,TN, m. ca. 1824, in Marion Co, TN to Rebecca BARKER

    The unproven parents of Elijah Albert HUDSON are:

    George HUDSON, Jr., b. Oct.12,1764, VA, d. Jan.8, 1850, Sevier Co, TN, m. Mary "Molly" BERRY

    The unproven parents of George HUDSON, Jr., are:

    George HUDSON, Sr., b. ca.1740, Chesterfield Co, VA, d. 1795,Pittsylvnia Co, VA, m. Annie ???,

    If one can accept these two unproven generations, then we can go on further up the ancestor line about seven more generations.

    As for Elijah Albert HUDSON, Sr., and wife, Rebecca BARKER, their children were:

    Sallie HUDSON, b. 11/3/1825, Marion Co.,TN, m./ James A. CONDRA

    William HUDSON, b 1826, Marion Co,TN, m. Martha Jane GRIFFITH

    John HUDSON, b. 3/12/1827, Marion Co, TN, m. Isabella HACKWORTH

    Richard HUDSON, b. Sep.1829(?), m. Isabella MARGON

    Gilliam HUDSON, b. 1831, (where?),died young

    Polly HUDSON, b. ???, m. Thomas GOLSTON

    Isaac HUDSON, b. 12/3/1835, m. Nancy KENNAN

    James HUDSON, b. 1837, Warren Co, TN, m. Sarah VanHOOSER

    Elijah Albert HUDSON,Jr., b.4/18/1840, Marion Co,TN, m. Anne Eliza JENNINGS.

    Again, if we go along with the two unproven generation relationships noted above, then Elijah Albert HUDSON,Sr. had the following siblings:

    Martha HUDSON, b. ca. 1787, VA m. Jacob GRIMMET

    George HUDSON, III, b 1789, VA, m. Polly KNIGHT

    ?? Sarah HUDSON, b. ca. 1790, VA, m. George TAYLOR

    Thomas B. HUDSON, b. 1792, VA, m. Frances Jackson MANLEY

    ?? John William(s) HUDSON, b. ca 1796, Campbell (?) Co,VA, m. Nancy Ann Davis

    Armstead HUDSON/HUTSON, b. ca. 1797, Campbell(?) Co,VA, m. ??? ???

    ?? Berry HUDSONm b ca. 1800, VA, m. Molly PRYOR.

    George HUDSON, Jr. appears to have m. a second time, then to Rebecca Lindsay CONWAY, and they had three children:

    Mary HUDSON, b. 4/24/1814, m. Samuel HUFFAKER

    Joel HUDSON, b. 11/5/1816, Sevier Co, TN, m. Agatha (Peggy?) HUFFAKER

    Ann Porter HUDSON, b. ca. 1820, m. Jesse HUFFAKER

    There is more if you need it, but let me know and I will send it as attachment to a separate E- Mail:

    John W. HUDSON (HFA 214)
    HUDSON Family Association

    February 27, 2016 Update:

    "The Hudson Family Association" which is appantly now defunct as its website, www.hudsonfamilyassociation.org, is no longer active...DAH

    From: http://www.zoominfo.com/s/#!search/profile/company?companyId=50974917&targetid=profile

    Hudson Family Association
    1488 Columbine Dr.
    Tupelo, Mississippi 38801
    United States

    Company Description: The Hudson Family Association (HFA) was founded in 1973 as a non-profit genealogy society dedicated primarily to the active collection, preservation and dissemination of information on and surrounding the Hudson, Hutson etc name and places as well as to educate and promote proper research and recording techniques. The all-volunteer Association is composed of hundreds of individuals that share a common love and appreciation for genealogy, history and sharing of accurate information and knowledge. We cordially invite you to join us in building on the great effort of our founder, Malcom H. Hudson, when he established the organization. In his words, "...It will be the earnest intent of this organization to remain active, self-perpetuating, and as permanent as the name Hudson, Hutson shall be...Our great hope...is to make a correct beginning on which others can build." Towards this end, HFA offers its members a number of benefits including research assistance through its massive database and archives, quarterly data-packed bulletins, books and publications, an annual meeting of members, etc.

    Elijah married Rebecca Barker (1815-1825). Rebecca was born 0___ 1798, Iredell County, North Carolina; died 0___ 1887, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Hudson Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 17.  Rebecca Barker was born 0___ 1798, Iredell County, North Carolina; died 0___ 1887, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Hudson Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Rebecca Tatum Barker

    Notes:

    Note: wife of Elijah Hudson

    Children:
    1. John Hudson, Sr. was born 12 Mar 1827, Marion County, Tennessee; died 6 Aug 1910, (Marion County) Tennessee; was buried Hudson Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.
    2. 8. William M. Hudson was born 12 Mar 1827, Marion County, Tennessee; died 11 Sep 1911, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Griffith Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.
    3. Richard "Dick" Hudson was born 0Sep 1829, New Hope (Marion County) Tennessee; died 23 Dec 1912, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; was buried Pickett Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.
    4. Gilliam Hudson was born 0___ 1831, Tennessee.
    5. Elijah Albert Hudson, Jr. was born 18 Apr 1840, Marion County, Tennessee.

  3. 20.  William Harmon was born ~ 1765, North Carolina; died Bef 1840, (Bledsoe County, Tennessee).

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: (1760-1770), North Carolina
    • Alt Death: 0___ 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    I've been searching for William's antecedents for 25+ years and to no avail. I cannot connect him to any HARMON family. Read further as we have many clues...DAH

    end of note

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Classroomfurniture.com
    To: fburris1@bellsouth.net
    Sent: Sunday, May 21, 2006 6:09 PM
    Subject: HARMON


    Hello Gloria. Ran across your inquiry from 2000 on the Genforum re Hiram HARMON. Have you had any luck with his pedigree. My HARMON progenitor was William, born circa 1800. He has issue named, 'Jacob' and 'Leonard'. Figure there must be a connection. Can you help? Thanks. David Hennessee

    Tantalizing query...

    http://genforum.genealogy.com/tn/messages/5688.html

    HIRAM HARMON > NC.TN
    Posted by: Gloria Fay Burris Date: January 13, 2000 at 14:54:09
    of 30300

    In search of parents/siblings of HIRAM HARMON. He was born abt 1804 Randolph Co NC & died before 1890 Campbell Co TN. He married October 25, 1828 Knox Co TN to Sarah "Sallie" YORK born abt 1801 Randolph Co NC & died before 1853 Campbell Co TN. Hiram fathered [11] known children by this union. He married 2nd, December 4, 1853 Campbell Co TN to Rebecca ROACH, [4] children.

    "Vol 7, No 1, P. 15 of the Randolph Co NC Quarterly," Court of Pleas of Q Sessions Aug term 1808; ordered that Hiram [HERMAN] Harmon, 3 years old be bound to John AMICK who is to give him when he arrives to the age of 21 a horse & saddle & bridle worth $60 & a good suit of clothes for Sunday.

    William HARMON was listed in the 1803 Randolph Co NC Tax List. He was the only Harmon that may have died in Randolph Co prior to 1808.

    Listed in the 1790 Randolph Co NC Census Records.
    Leonard Harmon 03 00 03 00 00
    William Harmon 01 01 01 00 00

    Listed in the 1791-1809 Randolph Co NC Census Records.
    George Harmon 21010-30010-00
    Jacob Harmon 31010-00010-00
    Leonard Harmon 00001-20101-00
    Mathias Harmon 41101-21101-00

    Please, can anyone help?

    Gloria Fay Burris
    222 Cumberland View Estates
    Lake City, Tennessee 37769
    A-United States
    865-426-6121
    gloriafayburris@comcast.net

    Update: September 27, 2014: I spoke to Gloria this morning and she informs me that she has not been able to connect her Hiram HARMON ... DAH

    end of note

    ___________

    Several clues within this message...DAH

    http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?byrd::harmon::58.html

    Jacob Harmon of Virginia and Kenutcky

    Posted by: Richard Davis Date: March 01, 1998 at 22:50:04
    of 5775

    Does anyone have additonal information on the children of Jacob Harmon? Jacob was born about 1730, the son of Jacob Harmon (b. c 1705-d. 1756) of New River, Virginia and died after 1801 at either Pulaski County, Kentucky or Livingstone County, Kentucky. He was married to Sarah who was still alive in 1801. He was probably the father of the following children;

    1. Jacob Harmon Jr., b. c 1752. d. 1839, Garrard County, Ky.
    2. Israel Harmon, b. c 1754. d. after 1805, probably at Livingstone County, Ky. He was married Keziah Thompson in 1788 at Lincoln County, Ky.
    3. William Harmon, b. c 1758. d. bet 1794 and 1799 at either Montgomery County, Virginia or Pulaski County, Ky.
    4. Lowes/Louisa Harmon, b. c 1760. She married Jonathan Taylor of Garrard County, Ky.
    5. John Harmon, b. c 1767. d. after 1825, Marion County, Indiana. He married Elizabeth Byrd in 1787.
    6. ?Valentine Harmon, b. c 1769. he married Mary Thompson at Lincoln County, Ky in 1793.
    7. Mary Harmon, b. c1771. She married James Baxter in 1789 at Lincoln County, Ky.
    8. Rachel Harmon, b. c1774. She married Joseph Horn in 1794 at Lincoln County, Ky.

    28 Jun 2009

    I think that Jacob may be William's father given:

    a. His age
    b. William's first male child is named 'Jacob Byrd Harmon'...DAH

    Go to http://www.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/ky/whitley/1820/index.txt for listing of Jacob & Valentine who are enumerated in the 1820 Whitley Co.,KY Federal census

    Males Females
    Head of Household to-10 10-15 16-18 18-25 25-44 45+ to-10 10-15 16-18 18-25 25-44 45+


    Jacob 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 1

    After further speculation, this Jacob appears to be a sibling of William...DAH

    Another possible antecedent for William...

    20 Sep 2009: [Not likely my William...DAH]

    http://files.usgwarchives.org/nc/burke/census/morgandis.txt

    This census is from Microcopy No. T-498 Roll 2

    "Harmen, Wm 1,4,4,0,0"

    1790 Census North Carolina
    Rutherford County Morgan District

    1 of 1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
    4 of 2nd # free white males under 16 years
    4 of 3rd # free white females and head of families
    0 of 4th # all other free persons
    0 of 5th # slaves

    end of note

    David

    I have a family of children who may belong to William or they may belong to his brother Israel-I am not sure at this point. William may not have had any children that we are aware of or he may be the family of these children listed by Sarah (Harmon) Crosby (1808-1888) in 1880 and 1881 in a family temple record;

    Three children at least by Jenny Gibson;

    1. Stephen Harmon (1779-1850).

    2. Samuel Harmon (1780-1845).

    3. Sarah (Sally) Harmon (b. c1782)

    These children by Jenny or another wife (order unknown);

    4. Henry Harmon (c1787-1826). This is my ancestor.

    5. Jacob Harmon.

    6. Israel Harmon.

    7. Rebecca Harmon.

    8. Lydia Harmon.

    Susan (Harmon) Crosby, only listed those children that she believed to be dead by 1881, so there may have been more. These children may not have lived to maturity but had to have reached at least the age of 8 years because they were temple records. Sarah was the daughter of the above listed Stephen Harmon and did not know the name of her grandfather.

    I know that Israel (c1753-after1805) had daughters named Rebecca and Lydia Harmon so these children may all belong to Israel. If so, then William is not the father of those eight children and may not have had any children that we are aware of born between 1782 and 1803. I only know that William lived over in Montgomery County (later Wythe County), Virginia from 1782 to 1794, then surveyed land in Puluski County, Kentucky in 1798 (but was not taxed there), then was maybe the William Harmon who witnesses a deed over in that same part of Virginia in 1802. He is then found marrying Susanna Ferguson in 1803 at Livingston County, Kentucky and disappears. In 1803 also living at Livingston County, Kentucky were Israel Harmon (c1753-after1805) and the above listed Samuel Harmon (1780-1845).

    I am in Virginia until next week but will be able to help you track down one of your distant Harmon cousin when I get back home.

    Richard

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    From: info@classroomfurniture.com
    To: richnlisad@comcast.net
    Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2012 5:55:09 AM
    Subject: RE: William Harmon

    Hello Richard.

    Many thanks for your thoughtful summary. Please tell me your William’s issue. Am seeking Harmon descendants for the DNA test, however, am having trouble locating a male member of the family but will keep looking… Thank you,

    David Hennessee

    800.327.3380 Voice

    866.746.3813 Fax

    www.thehennesseefamily.com

    info@classroomfurniture.com

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    From: richnlisad@comcast.net [mailto:richnlisad@comcast.net]
    Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2012 1:21 AM
    To: info@classroomfurniture.com
    Subject: William Harmon

    David

    This is what I know about the William Harmon who belongs to our family.

    William Harmon was granted land in 1782 on Crooked Creek at Montgomery County, Virginia. He lived on that land until 1793/1794 and then moves away. He was probably the William Harmon who surveyed land on 3 Oct 1798 at Lincoln County (now Pulaski County), Kentucky. Pulaski County was created from Lincoln County in 1799 and in that year Jacob Harmon was taxed on land which was entered and surveyed by William Harmon. In Jacob's household he had one other white male taxable over age 21 and two white male taxables under 21 but above the age of 16.

    The Jacob Harmon in the 1799 tax was born about 1730 and was married to Sarah. He was taxed there again in 1800 and then left. The young men in his household in 1799 were his grandsons. Jacob had son named Israel (b. c1753) who was living in Livingston County, Kentucky in 1802 when he by oath in court stated that Stephen, Samuel and Sally Harmon were the lawfull children of Jenny Harmon, late Jenny Gibson, daughter of Isac Gibson, deceased.

    At this point it is not known if these children are the children of the William Harmon who had land in Pulaski County, Kentucky or were children of Israel Harmon by a first marriage. According to Stephen Harmon's (1779-1850) daughter Sarah (Harmon) Crosby in 1881, her grandmother was Jenny Gibson, but did not know her grandfather's name. Besides, Stephen, Samuel and Sally Harmon, she also wrote that she was the niece of Rebeca Harmon and Lydia Harmon and also Henry Harmon (my ancestor). Taylor Crosby, the son of Sarah (Harmon) Crosby also said that he was the nephew of Israel Harmon and Jacob Harmon.

    Anyway, a bunch of my Harmons went to Livingston County, Kentucky in about 1802. A William Harmon shows up also in the 1803 tax list for Livingston County with no land and one horse. He married Susanna Ferguson daughter of John Ferguson and Phyliis Alston on 1 Nov 1804 at Livingston County. He leaves Livingston County after 1804.

    I thought he may be related to my Harmons there in Livingston County, but I could not fit him in any family because I assumed that he was probably in his 20s when he married. However, after checking the Bledsoe County, Tennessee census for the year 1830, it shows that he was born between 1760 and 1770 and his wife born in the 1780s. He was apparently 15 to 25 years older than his wife. Meaning he was old enough to have been the same William who entered land in Virginia in 1782 and then in Kentucky in 1798 and the one who possibly married Susanna Ferguson as a scond wife. The Bledseo County William is your ancestor.

    I do not know where William went after 1804. Susanna Ferguson's father and brothers left for Madison County, Illinois after 1810, but I could not find this William and Susanna Harmon living there.

    He may be the William Harmon who was a chain carrier for the survey of land at Knox County for Valentine Harmon on 24 Jun 1807. I am not sure this is my William, but we do have a lot of Valentine Harmons in our family. This Valentine Harmon (1766-1845) left Knox County about 1816 and went to Whitley County, Kentucky. This Valentine was born in Virginia.

    I am not sure if your William Harmon and my William Harmon are the same one, but DNA will tell us if they are. I found one of my distant Harmon cousins who just ordered the Y-DNA test from FamilyTreeDNA.com last Thursday. So you have something to compare to if you can find someone to from your family to take the test. If you don't match us you may match the one of the other Harmons who tested. I see that there are 10 matches already for the Harmon family from Newberry County, South Carolina. That family was from Melchior Hermann (b. 1715) who had a son Leonard Harmon.

    There are other families form North Carolina and Virginia that you may be related to. There are 149 who have taken the test so far. The big thing that may indicate that your William is not the same as my William is that Jacob Byrd Harmon and his sister Mary both stated in the 1880 census at Sequatchie County that their father was born in North Carolina. Our Harmons went straight from Virginia to Kentucky. It may be possible that Jacob and Mary did not know where their father was born. Their mother was born in North Carolina

    Let me know if you find someone to take the test.

    Best regards Richard

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    Hello Richard.

    I tracked down and interviewed James Edward Harmon. Look at his pedigree:
    http://thehennesseefamily.com/ahnentafel.php?personID=I35263&tree=hennessee&generations=

    Please telephone my cell number when you can and

    Thank you,
    David Hennessee
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    From: richnlisad@comcast.net [mailto:richnlisad@comcast.net]
    Sent: Monday, April 15, 2013 2:05 PM
    To: David Hennessee
    Subject: Harmon DNA test

    David

    I just noticed that the results came back for the DNA test for William Bryan Harmon. You can see him on the Y-DNA match page when you go to FamilyTreeDNA.com and search the Harmon project. I added his test to the Harmon/Harman Project. His kit is #262526.

    He matches very closely to two other Harmons. One is James Edward Harmon whose e-mail is eharmon@bledsoe.net . He matched 36 of 37 markers which means he is a very close relative to William Bryan Harmon. I emailed him to see how far back he has his Harmon Family. since he his e-mail had bledsoe.net in it, I wonder if he is from Bledsoe County, Tennessee. If he responds I will forward the e-mail to you.

    There is another match to a man name Harmon on 35 of 37 markers. That means that he is a fairly close match. He has his test as "private" and so I can't send him an email to ask him about his ancestors. I will send a message to the adminstrator of the Harmon Project to see if he is a member of that project and if they can forward a message.

    One thing I do know is that your DNA test does not match my Harmon family, which came out of New River, Virginia. My kit number is #257899 under Jacob Harmon and Sarah Lorton on the match page. We have too many markers that don't match.

    It is probable that your ancestor William Harmon who married Susan was born in North Carolina just as his children indicated in census records.

    I will keep you posted.

    Best regards

    Richard

    end of note

    HARMON/HARMAN/HERMAN SURNAME DNA PROJECT: http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Harmonsurname/

    Administrators
    CathyHrmon@aol.com , Group Administrator
    MOOLOOLABA@AOL.COM , Group Co-Administrator

    Surnames
    Harman, Harmon, Herman, Hermann, Hermon, Herrmann, Hoerman

    Background
    This project began in 2003. We are using the y-chromosome kits to test Harmon/Harman male participants and variations of the name including the ones below.

    Definition: A patronymic surname which means "soldier, army man, or warrior" derived from the germanic elements "heri," meaning army and "mann," meaning man. HARMON and HERMON are common English variants of this surname.

    Surname Origin: British Isles and Germany

    Alternate Surname Spellings: HERRMAN, HERMANN, HERMAN

    end of note

    Welcome to the Harmon/Harman/Herman Family Tree DNA Project. Your administrators for this project are Cathy Harmon, cathyhrmon@aol.com and Carolyn Scott, Mooloolaba@aol.com

    If you wish to communicate with other participants in this project or have questions about test results, upgrades, etc., please contact either of us. We hope the results will help you uncover matches and discover new connections.

    end of note

    Surname: Harmon

    This unusual and interesting surname has a very ancient history. It is one of the Norman forms of the Germanic personal name "Hermann", composed of the elements "heri, hari" meaning army, plus "man", man. The first known bearer was "Arminus", the 1st Century leader of a tribe called the "Cherusci", recorded by the Latin historian Tacitus. The popularity of the name is borne out by the large number of surnames it has generated throughout Europe; in England the inherited Norman forms existing in the modern idiom are Hearmon, Harmon, Herman, Harmon, Harmond, Harmant, and Hermon. The name development includes: Robert Hereman (1196, Norfolk), William Heremond (1296, Sussex), and John Harman (1327, Suffolk). London Church Records list the marriage of Constantine Harmon to Margaret Fenton, on October 31st 1570 at St. Mary Abchurch, and John Harmon to Alice Mason, on October 10th 1572 at St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate. A Coat of Arms granted to a Harmon family is silver, in base a red crescent issuant therefrom a green rose branch, blue flowered. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Willelmus Hermannus, which was dated 1141 - 1149, in the "Records of Holme", Norfolk, during the reign of King Stephen, known as "Count of Blois", 1135 - 1154. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling.

    end of note

    William married Susan LNU Bef 1812, (Tennessee). Susan was born 0___ 1787, Tennessee; died 0___ 1870, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 21.  Susan LNU was born 0___ 1787, Tennessee; died 0___ 1870, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Residence: 0___ 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee
    • Residence: 0___ 1850, Marion County, Tennessee
    • Residence: 0___ 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    CENSUS: 1840 US Census. Susan Harmon (50-60yrs) living in Bledsoe, Tennessee. Children in the home are: 2 females Polly (20-30yrs), 3 males Jacob (15-20yrs), 1 male (10-15yrs) and 1 female (10-15yrs)

    1850 US Census. J. B. and Caroline Harmon are living in Marion District 1, Tennessee. Children in the home are Mary and William. The family lives near (1) Polly Elliot who has in her home Nancy Elliot, James Cannon (Laborer) and SUSAN HARMON (60yrs) and (2) William B and Margarett Elliot with their children: Josia, Elsa, Jonathan, Nancy, George W, Sarah, Marah J, William, July A, and Zachariah

    1860 US Census. Polly Elliot (47yrs) and Susan Harmon (73yrs) living in Sequatchie, Tennessee. They are living near William B Elliot with his family and William B Harmon with his family

    Enumerated in 1840 Bledsoe Co.,TN Census and implied as widow, "Harmon, Susan 0013/00102001".
    Enumerated with daughter, "Polly", in 1860 Sequatchie Co.,TN...DAH

    Notes:

    Residence (Family):
    CENSUS: 1815 Tax List for Bledsoe, Tennessee listed a William Hamon. (Probably mispelled or error in translation.
    1830 US Census William Harmon (60-70yrs) and his wife, Susan (40-50yrs) living in Bledsoe, Tennessee. Children in the home are: 3 females (15-20yrs), 3 males (5-10yrs), 1 male (0-5yrs) and 1 female (0-5yrs).

    BIRTH: As per 1830 US Census, William is 60-70yrs (1760-1770)

    Residence (Family):
    Children in the home are: 3 females (15-20yrs), 3 males (5-10yrs), 1 male (0-5yrs) and 1 female (0-5yrs).

    Children:
    1. Mary "Polly" Harmon was born 25 Jun 1812, Marion County, Tennessee; died 17 Apr 1897, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; was buried Old Union Cemetery, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    2. Leonard Harmon was born 0___ 1822, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died ~ 1872, Howell County, Missouri.
    3. Jacob Byrd Harmon was born 2 Jun 1823, (Bledsoe County) Tennessee; died 3 Jun 1894, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; was buried Mansfield Cemetery No. 2, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    4. 10. William Bartley "Bart" Harmon was born 0___ 1826, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1880, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee.

  5. 22.  David Smith was born 0___ 1770, (Jefferson County, Tennessee); died 0___ 1841, Bledsoe County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farming
    • Birth: 0___ 1775
    • Residence: 0___ 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee
    • Residence: 0___ 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    David Smith, progenitor of this line, was born between 1770-1780 somewhere in Tennessee...Thomas Beavert

    Reference 1840 Bledsoe Co.,TN, Census, p. 10, :

    "Smith,David 00011001/01111001"

    Notes for Susannah Handy...

    Abstracted from "Reconstructed 1810 Tennessee Census", by Charles A. Sherrill, 2001, p. 227:

    "Handy, Vicey Smith Co., apprenticed to Jesse Smith Source #46"

    note: Source #46, "Smith County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Minutes 1808-1811"...DAH

    10 May 2006:

    Posit: Could Jesse be father to David?...DAH

    24 Nov 2007: Website by Donna Sadler Doty; ddoty@bellsouth.net

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/d/d/ddoty/Smith%20Register/RR01/RR01_001.HTM#P654


    First Generation

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    1. David SMITH, GGG Grandfather, S530, M. Born in 1770-1780 in Tennessee. David died in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, in 1841; he was 71. Occupation: Farmer.

    Bledsoe County Circuit Court Minutes 1834-1841. P-360; Friday, July 12th, 1839

    The State VS. Skelton C. Standefer Misdemeanor

    The attorney general reported to Court the following bill of cost as correctly taxed.
    Deputy Shff Thomas N. Foster for conveying defendant from the Jail in Bledsoe County to the house of Judge Keiths in McMinn County on a writ of Habeas Corpus 46 Miles going & 46 Miles returning, making 92 miles at 10¢ pr. Mile=$9.20
    Const. Jno. G. Lamb arrest 50¢ Summoning 6 witnesess 25¢ each=$2.00
    Witness for the State David Smith: 1 day 1.00, 120 miles 4.80, ferry 25¢, pekeage 25¢ = 6.30
    Witness for the State G. W. Smith, 1 day $1.00, 120 miles $4.80, Ferrys 25¢, Pekeage .25¢ = 6.30
    Witness for the State Jonathan Pope: 1 day $1.00, 116 Miles $4.64, Ferry 25¢, Peakeage 25¢ = 5.89

    And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the offense charged in the warrant was a Misdemeanor & that the said defendant was discharged on Habeas Corpus. It is considered by the Court that the Clerk of this Court certify the foregoing bill of costs to the County Court for allowance.

    P-381; 1839, David Smith VS Martha Standefer

    Alexander Lamb acting Justice of the peace in and for the county of Bledsoe returned into Court the following proceedings had before him in this cause to wit.
    State of Tennessee Bledsoe County

    To any lawful officer of said County I command you to Summons Martha Standefer to appear before some Justice of said County to answer David Smith in a plea of Debt under warrant Given under my hand and seal January 1, 1839 Joel Wheeler (Seal), Justice of the Peace. Executed the 8th Jan 1839 by citing the defendant to appear Esquire Lamb he same day at 12 o'clock. Jasp Hoge Const.

    1840 United States Federal Census Record
    Name: David Smith
    Township: Not Stated
    County: Bledsoe
    State: Tennessee
    Number of persons in household: 8 Total
    Males: Age 15-20 1; Males Age 20-30: 1; Male Age 50-60: 1
    Females: Age 5-10:1; Age 10-15: 1; Age 15-20:1; Age 20-30: 1; Age 50-60: 1
    Ages of persons in household: See above
    Occupation information: Farmer

    On 27 Mar 1816 when David was 46, he married Susan HANDY, GGG Grandmother, H530, F, in Jefferson County, Tennessee. Born in 1784 in Tennessee. Susan died in Tennessee aft 1870; she was 86.

    They had the following children:

    2 i. Gilbert W., M (1819-~1859)
    3 ii. Elizabeth, F (1823-1882)
    4 iii. Malkijah Garrett, M (1824-1886)
    5 iv. Nancy, F (1826-1884)
    6 v. Susan Silvan, F (1829-1864)
    vi. Martha "Patsy", GG Grandaunt, S530, F. Born in 1840. Martha "Patsy" died in 1846-1850; she was 6.

    David married Susannah "Susan" Handy 28 Apr 1816, Jefferson County, Tennessee. Susannah was born 0___ 1784, (Jefferson County, Tennessee); died Aft 1870, Bledsoe County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  6. 23.  Susannah "Susan" Handy was born 0___ 1784, (Jefferson County, Tennessee); died Aft 1870, Bledsoe County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 0___ 1790, Tennessee
    • Residence: 0___ 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee
    • Residence: 0___ 1850, Bledsoe County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    Abstracted from "Reconstructed 1810 Tennessee Census", by Charles A. Sherrill, 2001, p. 227:

    "Handy, Vicey Smith Co., apprenticed to Jesse Smith Source #46"

    note: Source #46, "Smith County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Minutes 1808-1811"...DAH

    27 Jun 2007

    IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
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    Susannah Handy Pedigree
    Female Family
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    Event(s):
    Birth: < 1795> Of, , Jefferson, Tennessee
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
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    Marriages:
    Spouse: David Smith Family
    Marriage: 27 APR 1816 , Jefferson, Tennessee
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    Messages:
    Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.
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    Source Information:
    No source information is available.

    More clues to her possible ancestry;

    Posted By: Meredith Trawick; kissmygrits@mindspring.net
    Email:
    Subject: Re: Handy in Va here with lots of information
    Post Date: February 06, 2007 at 19:20:14
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/handy/messages/958.html
    Forum: Handy Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/handy/

    Just came across your Post Message. I do not have a "Sowell" Handy in my files, but I do have a "Sewell" who is the son of Thomas Handy 1712-1737. I also do not have a "Rhoda" Handy.


    Children:
    1. Gilbert W. Smith was born 0___ 1819, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 0Aug 1860, Bledsoe County, Tennessee.
    2. Elizabeth Smith was born 0___ 1823, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 13 May 1882, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee.
    3. Malkijah Garrett "Garrett" Smith was born 18 Jun 1824, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 18 May 1886, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; was buried Old Union Cemetery, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    4. Nancy Smith was born 10 Oct 1826, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 15 Dec 1884, (Sequatchie County) Tennessee.
    5. 11. Susan Silvan(a) Smith was born 0___ 1829, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1870, Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee.
    6. Martha "Patsy" Smith was born 0___ 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; died 1846-1850, Bledsoe County, Tennessee.


Generation: 6

  1. 32.  Elijah Hutson was born ~ 1759, (Hyde County, North Carolina) (son of Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson and unnamed spouse).

    Elijah — unnamed spouse. [Group Sheet]


  2. 33.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 16. Elijah Albert Hudson, Sr. was born 0___ 1792, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; died 0Oct 1842, Jasper, Marion County, Tennessee; was buried Hudson Cemetery, Marion County, Tennessee.


Generation: 7

  1. 64.  Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson was born ~ 1732, (Hyde County, North Carolina); died 0Jan 1806, Hyde County, North Carolina.

    Notes:

    Children of ABEL HUTSON and UNK are:

    2. i. NANCY*2 HUTSON, b. Bet. 1757 - 1767, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1840 - 1850, White Co., Tenn..
    3. ii. GEORGE WILLIAM HUTSON, b. Bet. 1750 - 1760, Halifax Co., Virg.; d. Bet. 1810 - 1814, Tennessee.
    4. iii. ABEL HUTSON, b. Abt. 1756, North Carolina; d. 1805, White Co., Tenn..
    iv. ARCHIBALD HUTSON, b. Abt. 1758; d. Unknown.
    v. ELIJAH HUTSON, b. Abt. 1759; d. Unknown.
    vi. EZEKIEL HUTSON, b. Abt. 1760; d. Unknown.
    vii. WILLIAM HUTSON, b. 1764; d. Unknown.

    Albert married unnamed spouse (~ 1750), (Hyde County, North Carolina). unnamed was born 0___ 1741; died 0___ 1839. [Group Sheet]


  2. 65.  unnamed spouse was born 0___ 1741; died 0___ 1839.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Sarah Ann Hutson (Swindell)

    Children:
    1. Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, II was born ~ 1756, (Hyde County, North Carolina); died 0___ 1805, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Archibald Hutson was born ~ 1758, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    3. 32. Elijah Hutson was born ~ 1759, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    4. George William Hutson was born 1750-1760, Halifax County, Virginia; died 1810-1814, Tennessee.
    5. Ezekiel Hutson was born ~ 1760, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    6. William Hutson was born 0___ 1764, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    7. Nancy Hutson was born 1757-1767, (Hyde County) North Carolina; died 1840-1850, White County, Tennessee.