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Updated April 25, 2000
First Name Online Data for HILL:

Benjamin F.
Elwyn E.
Herman Elwood
John P
May B
Nicey (WELLS)
Violet Paulene
Willye G.

Brick Walls
I have been unable to find John WALKER and wife Milly HILL mentioned after about 1811 when they went to court in Logan Co. KY to request that Milly WALKER's share of the estate of Lewis HILL deceased be relinquished to her by her guardian, Richard HILL of Franklin County, KY.  Milly HILL was the daughter of Lewis HILL who died 1795 in Franklin County,NC and his wife Rebecca WATKINS (dau of John WATKINS and Lydia GILLIAM).  Milly HILL was born about 1792 in Franklin County, NC.  I do not know if she married before she came to Logan Co. KY or after.  Her brother's John Tilden HILL b. c 1790 and Guilford HILL b. c 1787 both came to Logan Co. KY and she may have accompanied them.  There were several families who came from Franklin Co. NC to Logan Co. KY including the ELY's, HILL's, DRAKE's.  Both John Tilden HILL and Guilford HILL moved from KY to Montgomery Co. TN, then Robertson Co. TN (the county line probably changed slightly, they may not have moved).  They lived near Adams, TN in Robertson Co.  This is the community in which many of their descendants lived until the early 1900's.

Ron Bean <w8h7p6gv@coastalnet.com>

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