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Re: Harrison W. Horton again
Posted by: Donald Horton (ID *****5031) Date: September 27, 2011 at 20:25:22
In Reply to: Re: Harrison W. Horton by kyle horton of 6878

Define 100%. If you're waiting for somebody to dig up Jesse and do a DNA analysis and compare it to yours it's not going to happen anytime soon. But if they do my degree is in DNA analysis, give me a call.
In 1870 census there are 2 H?rt?n males born 1861-1871 in Georgia with the name Harr...;a white male Harrison in Gwinnett Co, a son of Jesse Newton and Sarah Emeline Bagby and a black male Harris in Hancock Co.
In 1880 there are the same 2 males; one in the Deaf school in Cave Springs; one in Hancock Co.
In 1900 there are the same 2 males; one in Marshall Co, AL with his 2 brothers, Jefferson and John Clowers; one in Hancock Co.
In 1910 there is only one, Harrison in Winston Co, AL
In 1920 there is only one, Harrison in Winston Co, AL
In 1930 there is only one, Harrison in Winston Co, AL
You can either take what six others have generously passed on to you and grow your family history with what you already have or continue to beg for the same info another 19 times.
Best wishes
Donald


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