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Jacob, William Durden and John Durdin NC-Montgomery/Emanuel/Washington Co GA
Posted by: Debra LaMel (ID *****4944) Date: July 08, 2009 at 12:02:32
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I am seeking living male living descendants of the Durden Family who are connected to Jacob Durdino/Durden b 1755 who married Mary Ann Hilliard adn his brother
William Durdino/Durden b 1775 who married Mary Dekle and John Durdin who's wife is unk

Who are willing to participate in DNA Testing

their sister Abcilla who married William Hooks also came to Montgomery Co GA with her brothers Jacob, William and John

They all came from Dobbs/Wayne Co NC to first Montgomery Co GA

I have a Sherriff's Deed that names them all in Wayne Co NC in 1804 for their Father William Durdeno/Durdino
who died in 1804.

Jacob was in Montgomery as early as 1799

I descend from brother John who left GA in Oct 1807 and went to First AMite Co MS then to St Tammany parish LA then Washington Parish LA when it was carved from St TAmmany

then John went to Simpson Co MS where in 1832 he applied for a RW Pension stating he was b in Dobbs Co NC in 1766/1767

William Hooks was b 1756 probably in Maryland
he also applied for a RW Pension in Emanuel Co GA in 1828
naming his wife Absilla b 1767

I have deeds in GA also for all of them and tax records in NC

WE have one desc of William's already ready to participate and are seeking a living desc of Jacob's

We actually would like 2 males from each branch to show proof positive they are related

Debra LaMel




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