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Re: David Emanuel, 1744-1808, PA and GA
Posted by: Chad Olivent Date: April 30, 2001 at 17:37:37
In Reply to: Re: David Emanuel, 1744-1808, PA and GA by Richard Davis of 304

I am sorry to hear about Miriam's passing. I have not been on this board
in quite some time. I thought I would post the Bible record that I
have. I received it from Edwin Smith(deceased) of Decatur County, Ga.
some time back. It is the Smith Family Bible. It is a one page script
reprinted here verbatim:
Births & Deaths

Rebecca Emanuel Was Born Nov 27th 1786
Otis Smith Was Born March 7th 1812
Rebecca Smith Was Born June 15th 1821
David Emanuel Was Born Nov 23rd 1838
William Emanuel Was Born Sept 6th 1840 Died Jan 1st 1863
H.M. Emanuel Was Born March 5th 1843

Samuel A. Smith Was Born July 10th 1847
Mary A. Smith Was Born Feb 23rd 1852
Charles Smith Was Born April 5th 1854
Amanda Smith Was Born May 2nd 1856
And Died Sept 21st 1863
Thomas D. Smith Was Born July 16th 1859
William S. Smith Was Born Sept 27th 1865

This Rebecca Smith must be the mother of Hilliard J. Emanuel, who first
married Rebecca Alligood in 1838 in Tallahassee. They moved to
Decatur County where Hilliard's father David had land. The 1832
Decatur County Tax Digest lists David as agent for Hilliard. The land
listed was 250 acres of pine Section 21 Lot 440. A portion of this land
is still in my family. Therefore David's wife must be the Rebecca listed
above. If anyone has any other thoughts, I am very open to them. This is my best guess.
Hilliard J. Emanuel was killed by indians, according to family history.
The location is unknown, as is his grave. Rebecca Alligood Emanuel
then married Otis Smith. She lived with her son until her death in 1904.
Mr. Edwin Smith was a small child when she died, and she lived with his
family. He related the story to me.



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