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Henry Turnipseed b. Leesburg, fought in War of 1812

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Re: Henry Turnipseed b. Leesburg, fought in War of 1812

Judy Gettman (View posts)
Posted: 17 Sep 2003 8:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Mark, I found eight Turnipseeds in the 1820 census, Richland District, SC, including a Daniel (who might be my line), but no Henrys. Of course one of these could be a father to him. Anyway, the next one I found in the 1830 census was in Augusta Co., VA. The following census in 1840, I found a Daniel in the Pickens Co., Alabama census. The ages and sexes pretty much match up with what I have, which was the 4 daughters who married Pattons. If these are correctly all related, then Daniel, born abt. 1790 had 3 sons and 7 daughters. If you want to send me your email address, I will pick out the Turnipseed information that I have and get it to you. Funny thing, one of the SC names looks like Potley, but I can't be sure. Maybe someone more of an expert can figure it out. Judy
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
slademark 19 Apr 2001 12:00PM GMT 
bbteach1 1 Apr 2002 4:01AM GMT 
mslade72 1 Apr 2002 4:56AM GMT 
mslade72 11 Apr 2002 5:32PM GMT 
bbteach1 11 Apr 2002 10:26PM GMT 
judy gettman 9 Sep 2003 8:20PM GMT 
msladem 16 Sep 2003 7:45PM GMT 
Judy Gettman 17 Sep 2003 2:36PM GMT 
msladem 17 Sep 2003 3:19PM GMT 
Christy McMichael Vann 13 Oct 2003 6:28PM GMT 
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