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Re: Black persons in early Washington County, Penn

Yep, Professor Thomas, "once a teacher..." keeps us all in a fit of obedience regarding the challenges you setforth while you sit up and stir the kettle...,somemore! Thanks!

Your new data base is simply great, plenty of folks will be clicking-in on it, definitely including me. I already have found an interest in the Hardin family because of my relative named Romania Hardin, born 1903 in Dayton, Ohio, daughter of John Hardin and Burdella Hilton Hardin. Burdella is the daughter of Hiram C. Hilton of Pennsylvania. Hiram is the brother of my great grandmother, Margaret Ann (Hilton)Jones. If you want more data to add to this link, just let me know. Hiram was a Civil War Vet, buried in the National Cemetery in Dayton

Hello Jane,

I certainly would be interested in the HARDIN information you would care to share with me.

For starters, in my files.... the Sarah Hardin bca 1832 in VA was married to a Lincoln/Littleton Creath somewhere in VA and they had two sons that I know of, John Henry Creath born in VA ca 1852 and William, born 1862 in Shelby County, OH. John Henry in 1872 married a Frances "Fannie" Brown, the daughter of former Randolph Slaves from Charlotte County, VA, Frank & Dolly (Hyatt) Brown. Frank & Dolly had 11 children. Two of those 11 children married woman from my Adams family lines. John Henry Creath, Jr. married Dora Adams and his brother Edward Creath married Dora's sister, Ella Adams.

Please, let's research these lines further. You have my email address and phone number. Looking to hear from you ...... Cousin ;)

Art Thomas

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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