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James Hawthorn/Jane Eliza Romell
Posted by: Lynne Rodriguez (ID *****0383) Date: August 10, 2004 at 17:21:44
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I am trying to find some information on James Hawthorn and Jane Eliza Romell. I stumbled across them in the Marriage Index; IL,IN,KY,OH,TN 1720-1926. The reason I am looking is: James P. Hawthorn is my Dad's Gr Grandfather. I am trying to establish his Gr Grandmother. I know James P. Hawthorn married Winny Leadbetter on Aug. 14, 1839, but one of James' children (1 of 2) was born in 1835 - that was my Gr Grandfather William Joseph Hawthorn. I don't know who the other child was or what happened to him/her. I know of these 2 children because they were listed in a Census I was looking at, but at the time didn't know the connection with James. Plus, there was no wife mentioned. The 2 kids were listed as 5 and under. Then in 1839 James married Winny and had 2 more children. Then I found a James Hawthorn marrying a Jane Eliza Romell on Oct. 13, 1829 in Bourbon Co., Kentucky. This marriage was just 10 years prior to the James who married Winny. I know Wm. Joseph was born in 1835. He is buried with my Gr Grandmother Martha A. Steele in Kings Hill Cem., St. Joseph, MO. My Dad was born in St. Joseph, MO. to William Henry Hawthorn and Laura Secord.

If anyone has any information on Jane Eliza Romell and James Hawthorn, I would greatly appreciate the help. E-mail me at Thanks
Lynne Hawthorne Rodriguez

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