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Re: William Killebrew, Upson Co., Ga. 1850
Posted by: Connie Fisher Date: September 07, 1998 at 21:11:42
In Reply to: William Kelebrew, Upson Co., Ga. 1850 by Russell Jones of 367

This William is likely son of Wiggins Killebrew died 1803 Warren Co. GA and wife Hannah Alsobrook. William's children were William Jr., Elizabeth, Edmond who married Elizabeth A. Wood 5 Nov 1840 in Crawford Co. GA, Lucretia, and perhaps others.

Wiggins Killebrew was born abt 1730 Surry Co. VA and lived in Sussex and Southampton Cos. before removing to Halifax/Edgecombe Cos. NC residing near his brother Robert Killebrew.

Robert and Wiggins had two additional brothers, William who after using the Killebrew surname adopted Kinnebrew in present Southampton Co. VA and John who later adopted Kinnebrough as his surname in adjoining Sussex Co. There was a sister, as well, Mary Killebrew, who married Thomas Barrow Jr. and also settled in Edgecombe Co. NC.

They were the children of WILLIAM KILLIGREW alias KILLEBREW who died 1740 in that part of Isle of Wight Co. VA which later became Southampton by his wife, Sarah Wiggins.

The above John Kennebrough died 1794 Sussex Co. VA had sons, Hinchey and John Killebrew who settled in Jones Co. NC. Hinchey had a son, William Killebrew, born abt 1775 who also removed to GA.


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