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Re: Robert Honeyman Dandridge (1784-1838)
Posted by: Dina Bensen (ID *****3506) Date: November 09, 2006 at 23:33:54
In Reply to: Re: Robert Honeyman Dandridge (1784-1838) by Val Chapman of 464

He must have gone back to Virginia to marry because he was born in AL and they returned there at some point. I cannot find any land patents in his name around where his plantation was, just an 1820 US Census for Lawrence Co., AL.and an 1830 Census that has him as Robert A., which could or could not be him. His daughter, Jane, was my great great grandmother. I have a huge family tree on his side, but not a lot of info on him.


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