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Re: James Washington Hartzog b. 1857/1861 Alabama
Posted by: Carrie Pfeiffer (ID *****1111) Date: May 11, 2006 at 17:06:40
In Reply to: James Washington Hartzog b. 1857/1861 Alabama by Bobbie G. Attaway of 396

Hi Bobbie, I hope what you find what I have helpful.

From the book Early Settlers of Barbour County, Alabama (volume II) by Marie H. Godfrey, Eufaula, Alabama

1.Daniel Hartzog (b. 1774) m. Susannah Zorn of South Carolina --

A. George Hartzog d. before Feb. 1838 in Barbour Co, AL m. Sela (Celia) unk.


Offspring of George and Sela:

a. James Washington Hartzog
b. Isaac Hartzog
c. Eliza A.R. Hartzog
d. William Henry Hartzog (my ancestor)
e. Martha Ann Hartzog

PERHAPS George married 1st Sarah unk.

Offspring of George and Sarah:

a. Daniel Barney Hartzog
b. George Wiley Hartzog
c. Francis Hartzog b. ca 1824 in S.C., m. Rebecca Zorn by 1844, later m. Betha Ann Harzog Jan 29, 1865

Offspring of Francis Hartzog and Rebecca Zorn:
1. Sarah Hartzog b. ca 1845, AL
2. George Hartzog, b. ca 1846, AL
3. Jane Hartzog, b. ca 1850, AL
4. Daniel Hartzog, b. ca 1851, AL
5. Henry Hartzog, b. ca 1855, AL
6. Molsey Hartzog, b. ca 1857, AL
7. James Hartzog, b. ca 1860, AL

There is some difficulty in substantiating the fact that the two George's are one in the same, though circumstantial evidence certainly suggests it.

I also have this on Rebecca Zorn. It comes from a photocopy of a book that my father left to me with his genealogy records (in quite a jumble). I believe it is from the same book as the other information, but I am not absolutely certain.

David Zorn, Sr. owned land in Barbour County (then Pike) in 1836. He died May 1836, leaving minor heirs David Jr. and Rebecca. The guardian for the children was a Nicholas Zorn b. ca. 1808, S.C.

Glad to find another liekly cousin! I hope this information has been helpful to you. I do have some additional information here, but I will certainly have to filter through the box to see if there is anything else of use about your line.


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