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Re: Early family of Calhoun/Hatch family of S.C., AL, LA.
Posted by: Suzanne Bullock De Santiago (ID *****8874) Date: June 17, 2010 at 23:20:53
In Reply to: Early family of Calhoun/Hatch family of S.C., AL, LA. by Bobbi Chase of 3759

I found the following on another site while perusing family history.

Also, this site is pretty detailed and amazing:

Subject: Calhoun Family Ancestors
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 21:23:00 -0800
From: Al Hatch <>
I am seeking information on the ancestors of my wife, Ruth Calhoun Hatch. Dougal Calhoun and his brother are believed to have immigrated from Scotland about 1820 to South Carolina to Alabama to North East Louisiana. Dougal's son, Daniel Greene Calhoun Married Ophelia Dixon,
probably in Louisiana, and their son, Dougal Calhoun was born about 1856, in Lincoln Parrish. This Dougal married Saralda Mixon and had sons Daniel G. and Howard, plus daughter Lena. Family stories say that the
town of Calhoun, LA was named after this family, and that one or more Calhoun's were hortoculturists (nursermen?), somewhere in the area of Calhoun or Sibley. We have some burial records from Sibley Cemetery. Any information that you can direct us to will be appreciated, even something that may confirm or refute some of the sketchy data that we
now have. Thank you,
A. N. Hatch
28658 Mountain Lilac Road
Escondido, CA 92026 ph 760-749-2124

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