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Re: James Hawthorn/Jane Eliza Romell
Posted by: James Holden (ID *****1708) Date: September 25, 2006 at 14:09:35
In Reply to: James Hawthorn/Jane Eliza Romell by Lynne Rodriguez of 233

There is no established relationship between the James Hawthorn who married Jane Eliza Romell and the James P. Hawthorn who married Winnie Leasbetter. I wrestled with this 40 years ago. The Hawthorn/Leadbetter line starts with the John #1 who came to South Carolina in 1768 - thence to John #2 who served in Rev War and eventually died 1836 in Graves Co., KY - thence to John #3 who married Catherine Graves and migrated from SC to GA to Green Co., KY and finally to Cass Co., IL - thence to John #4 who lived in Cass Co., IL until his first wife died 1867/8 and he remarried to Elizabeth (Norton) Binns and removed to Crawford Co., KS. Elizabeth Binns' first husband (given name unknown but thought to be Thomas) supposedly was killed in CW. By him she had 2 children - Harriet Binns b 1857 and William Binns b 1863. Harriet m 1875 at Barton Co., MO to Sam Jones. In Missouri Birth and Death Records you'll find: Cecil Jones, b Aug-1885 Barton Co.. Parents: Sam Jones and Harriet Bivins. These folks lived around Iantha and Lamar. The Hawthorn / Romell is a completely different family altogether. He came from New Jersey and was a Prespertian minister in KY. Hope this helps. J Holden

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