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Re: Hambrights in CA 1860
Posted by: phoebe hambright dishman Date: July 09, 2000 at 05:04:40
In Reply to: Re: Hambrights in CA 1860 by Elizabeth of 303

I would say it is a possibility only. The range of dates rather than specifics for Frederick Jr.'s son Benjamin's birth and death + the sketchy info on his wives + the fact that he was not mentioned in his father's will in the 1840's makes me think Benjamin would be a hard fellow to trace. And then there are your records showing he died in Ky. But still a possibility that he made it to CA! California census Benjamin's age and state of origin are in line, certainly.

Will try when time to get into Mother's records & see if she has anything further. Not sure how to forward to Lorena? Best of luck on your research.


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