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Re: Andrew Jackson Honaker 1843 Rocky Gap Virginia
Posted by: Honaker Family Assn. (ID *****3925) Date: January 24, 2009 at 19:21:33
In Reply to: Andrew Jackson Honaker 1843 Rocky Gap Virginia by Carol Taylor of 976

Andrew Jackson[3] Honaker (Henry[2], Abraham[1], Hans Jacob) and his family are on pp. 913-14, Honaker Family in America. He is also mentioned in the book's appendix on The Honaker Riflemakers. A story and photo of him appeared in Honaker Family Newsletter, Winter 1993. Of his ten children, two died in mining accidents and we have no information about their descendants if any. Descendants of the other eight are known for at least one generation.

For India Anna, we have eleven known children and some of their marriages, but I am not able to identify you. If you could help us complete the information on her line we would be very grateful. Let me know and I will send you a few questions at a time. For one thing, we do not have her or her husband's obit.

If you would like a copy of our book, there are three copies remaining from a press run of 750 copies, first come, first served. $66.50 plus tax if shipped to a Virginia address. 1,437 pages, hardbound. Let me know quickly since the supply is almost gone.

If you would like a sample newsletter, pls send your mailing address.

Hope this is helpful. If you'll tell me where you live, I may be able to steer you to a nearby library or one of our 300 members to see the book. Could also mail you photocopied pages if you are interested only in the one family, tho the Abraham line is superbly interesting all the way back, so I do think you would be well advised to have the book.

We are compiling updates now for the book's second edition, which we hope to publish about five years out. Your updates would be for that purpose.

Kind regards, your cousin, Tom Hanlin, Honaker Family Assn. volunteer.

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