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Lost Williamson Co, TN Adville; Wiley M; Allison W
Posted by: Donald Horton (ID *****5031) Date: January 10, 2013 at 18:46:12
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We have had numerous discussions about these lost Hortons from Williamson Co, TN. We 'knew' that they were the sons of Delilah and originally from Lancaster Co, SC. I promised to update if I found anything. Rechecking posts and reread #5789 by Family Dog.
"One Lancaster Co, SC, genealogist, Perry Belle Hough, made a note that one Wylie Horton, whose wife was named Delilah, was found in an 1808 record.
There is a Lancaster Co, SC, deed dated 21 July 1804 (F, 205-206) for which Wyly Horton was proving witness, as second name of two, after Robert Gaston, from John Love (wife Jane) to Burel Clark for land on Little Lynches Creek granted to John Williams in 1790 and sold by the sheriff to Daniel Clark who sold to John Love. This could not have been the Wylie Horton born 1800. The latest he could have been born to be at least 21 was 21 July 1783. (That would put Wylie and Delilah in the same generation as the parents of Elizabeth Cauthen who married Wylie Horton on 18 Jan 1820.)"
Many discussions have taken place on the placement of the various early Lancaster Co Hortons and one grouping I have found fuctional is Henry C and Millie with 3 sons:
Henry b abt 1770 m Rhonda Cato
Wiley b abt 170 ?? m Delilah
Harben b abt 1767 m Cole/Cato
Other possible info on this Wiley/Wylie:
1810 census Lancaster Co, SC Wiley 3m<10; 1m 26-44; 1f<10; 1f 16-25


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