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Re: Grandfather Denver Carl Honaker
Posted by: Honaker Family Assn. (ID *****7590) Date: March 13, 2004 at 08:03:26
In Reply to: Re: Grandfather Denver Carl Honaker by Stacie Johnson of 976

You mentioned two Denver Carl Honakers. Is the one I identified, b. 12 Mar 1928 in Cove Gap, W.Va., son (and firstborn of 8) of Theodore Roosevelt Honaker, the one you were looking for and the only one I knew about? I don't know whether he is still living.

If so, he has a living brother, Donald Warren Honaker, 2710 Sunflower Circle, N.W., Cleveland TN 37312. Donald Warren has a son, Don L. Honaker, 15 Parks Ln., Fayetteville TN 37334. The younger Don works on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana but is home periodically. I know him pretty well and think he will help you if he can.

Send your full name & mailing address to me at honakerfamilyassn@attglobal.net and I will send you a newsletter with information about the immigrant, who landed in Philadelphia from Switzerland at the end of August 1749. The great majority of Honakers in America descend from him.
If we have the right Denver Carl and if your information is right, we do know where you came from.

Tom Hanlin


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