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A different Henry Canipe/Kanipe NC to TN
Posted by: june bug (ID *****6624) Date: June 14, 2012 at 07:28:53
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Looking for information concerning Henry's grand-daughter:
Nola Kanipe (1894;TN-1934;SC) who married William Perry Yount.

She came down this way.... Henry J. Canipe born circa 1835 in NC;
married Elizabeth Hubbard circa 1865; moved from NC to TN (time unknown but after 1865)... they had AT LEAST: Charles "Charlie" Kanipe born 1875 in TN and Allie (Knipe) Potter Lawson (1882;TN-1938;TN).

Allie had a daughter Cordie and a son James Henry with Samuel Potter.

Charlie married Mary Spicie Prillhart (not sure of all the name spellings with her)... they had, at least: Magnolia "Nola" Kanipe, Ronea, and Susan.

The widower Charlie, father Henry, mother Elizabeth, daughters Ronea and Susan, his sister, the widow Allie Potter with her two children, are all in a Civil District 3, Hamblen, Tennessee 1910 Census dated 19 Apr 1910

If anyone can help me with information on Nola and her, supposed sister Ida,
and there history and marriage to William Perry Yount ... I'd sure appreciate it.

Finally, I'm including this here... simply because it took me a LONG time to finally find MY Henry J. Canipe... instead of the one who married Margaret.

So, even if no one replays, this is for all those other descendants who are searching for Henry J. Canipe and Elizabeth Hubbard! =0)

Finally, I don't have much more. Its very sketchy at this point.

God bless the family-history hunters! ... NEVER, never, never surrender.

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