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  • ID: I1617
  • Name: Miles ABERNATHY
  • Prefix: ^^ + ^^
  • Given Name: Miles
  • Surname: Abernathy
  • Suffix: [Abernethy]
  • Nickname: +Ursula Bradshaw
  • Name: Miles [Abernethy] ABERNATHY
  • Given Name: Miles [Abernethy]
  • Surname: ABERNATHY
  • Suffix: (II, junior)
  • Nickname: +bradshaw 1750 1
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 351C803AA3CA5E4796E4F60939BA1C93381D
  • Change Date: 12 APR 2015
  • Note:
    This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/u sers/joannhelton/3/data/14669

    This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/u sers/tnolen/3/data/3334 [brianabernathy.FTW]

    NC.) relocated to Lincoln NC.
    and there married Usley Bracher
    6 Oct 1781.

    S6P19 [brianabernathy.FTW]

    NC.) relocated to Lincoln NC.
    and there married Usley Bracher
    6 Oct 1781.

    S6P19 [brianabernathy.FTW]

    NC.) relocated to Lincoln NC.
    and there married Usley Bracher
    6 Oct 1781.

    S6P19
    2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 1
  • Birth: 1750
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1750 in Bristol Parish, Virginia
  • Note:
    Miles ABERNATHY
    ABT. 1750 - ____

    * BIRTH: ABT. 1750, Virginia

    Father: Robert ABERNATHY IV
    Mother: Sarah ABERNATHY

    Family 1 : Ursula BRADSHAW

    * MARRIAGE: ABT. 1781

    1. +Elizabeth ABERNATHY
    2. +Nathan ABERNATHY
    3. +Seth ABERNATHY

    source:
    http://www.wcpetty.net/Genealogy/individuals/d0010/g0000081.html#I7535

    added:
    23dec2005
    4 5 1
  • Event: Alt. Birth ABT 1750
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1750 Giles County, TN (or VA) 4 1
  • Birth: 1750
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1750 in Bristol Parish, Virginia 6 6 6 7 1
  • Birth: ABT 1754
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1754
  • Note:
    Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC
    Posted by: Elizabeth Ferguson (ID *****6954) Date: August 24, 2004 at 0 6:35:02
    In Reply to: Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC by LINDA OLLIS of 277

    > My friend remembers these silbings: Marion, Ellen, "Pick", and Daniel .

    Well then, it does seem like that strong contender is truly a match.

    Also, for what it's worth, that particular Miles Abernathy appears on t he 1850 and 1860 census in the household of Philip and Mary/Polly (Arnd t) Abernathy, who were married on 26 May 1836 in Lincoln County NC, bon dsman Miles C. Abernathy, Elisha Saunders, JP. The Catawba County Cemet eries book (Vol II, p. 68) lists the tombstone inscription of Philip's f ather, Seth, who died 4 May 1822 and is buried in Mt Ruhama Baptist Ch, C atawba Co, NC along with most, if not all, of his children.

    That tombstone inscription cites wife Polly Cline and children: Miles, N athan, Philip, Philecta, Polly, Gertrude, Usley. Most on-line databases s how Seth as a child of Miles Abernathy and Ursula Bradshaw, but the dat e of Seth's birth (Nov 1779) pre-dates the marriage (6 Oct 1781, Lincol n Co, NC) between Seth Abernathy and Polly Cline. Seth's marriage bondm an was Henry Finger (Ger: Heinrich Finger), and Seth signed with an X, i ndicating that he wasn't then able to write his own name.

    To date, I don't know of anyone who offers an alternate set of parents f or Seth from the typically cited Miles and Ursula (Bradshaw) Abernathy. I p ersonally believe there is still more work needed to sort out some of t hese very very early (and very numerous) Abernathys in the Tryon-Lincol n County area.

    One has to keep in mind that when one is dealing with individuals in th at early of a time frame in our nation's history, especially if there i s evidence they couldn't read/write, that the possibility for errors in creases. These people were, for the most part, simply too busy just tam ing the wilderness, rearing children, and keeping alive against hostile N ative Americans to be all that concerned with leaving records for futur e genealogists.

    -- Elizabeth Ferguson

    source page:
    http://genforum.genealogy.com/abernethy/messages/267.html

    genforum.com

    added:
    01/15/2005
    8 4 5 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 7 1
  • Event: Alt. Birth ABT 1754
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1754
  • Note:
    Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC
    Posted by: Elizabeth Ferguson (ID *****6954) Date: August 24, 2004 at 0 6:35:02
    In Reply to: Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC by LINDA OLLIS of 277

    > My friend remembers these silbings: Marion, Ellen, "Pick", and Daniel .

    Well then, it does seem like that strong contender is truly a match.

    Also, for what it's worth, that particular Miles Abernathy appears on t he 1850 and 1860 census in the household of Philip and Mary/Polly (Arnd t) Abernathy, who were married on 26 May 1836 in Lincoln County NC, bon dsman Miles C. Abernathy, Elisha Saunders, JP. The Catawba County Cemet eries book (Vol II, p. 68) lists the tombstone inscription of Philip's f ather, Seth, who died 4 May 1822 and is buried in Mt Ruhama Baptist Ch, C atawba Co, NC along with most, if not all, of his children.

    That tombstone inscription cites wife Polly Cline and children: Miles, N athan, Philip, Philecta, Polly, Gertrude, Usley. Most on-line databases s how Seth as a child of Miles Abernathy and Ursula Bradshaw, but the dat e of Seth's birth (Nov 1779) pre-dates the marriage (6 Oct 1781, Lincol n Co, NC) between Seth Abernathy and Polly Cline. Seth's marriage bondm an was Henry Finger (Ger: Heinrich Finger), and Seth signed with an X, i ndicating that he wasn't then able to write his own name.

    To date, I don't know of anyone who offers an alternate set of parents f or Seth from the typically cited Miles and Ursula (Bradshaw) Abernathy. I p ersonally believe there is still more work needed to sort out some of t hese very very early (and very numerous) Abernathys in the Tryon-Lincol n County area.

    One has to keep in mind that when one is dealing with individuals in th at early of a time frame in our nation's history, especially if there i s evidence they couldn't read/write, that the possibility for errors in creases. These people were, for the most part, simply too busy just tam ing the wilderness, rearing children, and keeping alive against hostile N ative Americans to be all that concerned with leaving records for futur e genealogists.

    -- Elizabeth Ferguson

    source page:
    http://genforum.genealogy.com/abernethy/messages/267.html

    genforum.com

    added:
    01/15/2005
    8 4 1
  • Death: BEF 1777
  • _SDATE: 31 DEC 1776 4 5 6 6 6 7 1
  • Death: 1812
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1812 in Lincoln Co, NC
  • Note:
    Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families
    Entries: 7922 Updated: Tue May 13 12:51:11 2003 Contact: Sharon L ockhart Goodson Home Page: Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families
    This information has been compiled from a variety of sources, and not a ll information has been verified. This is a working database and inform ation is updated regularly. Please use the information here as an addit ional tool in your research and always verify facts for yourself. Corre ctions and/or additions are always welcome. Good Luck!
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    # ID: I0580
    # Name: Miles ABERNATHY 1 2 3
    # Sex: M
    # Birth: 1750 in VA 1 2
    # Birth: 1750 in Virginia 3
    # Death: 1812 in NC 1 2
    # Death: 1812 3
    # Reference Number: 580
    # Note:

    [GoodsonAberClineBumkkgedcom.ged]

    Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy, NC/IL
    Posted by: Judy Kimsey Date: June 08, 1999 511 of 1693
    According to the Lincoln Co. NC Heritage book, in the Bradshaw writ e-up,it says that Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy and her husband, Miles Aber nathy,moved to Illinois. Can anyone substantiate this? When
    did they move, and where? Any help greatly appreciated.
    ------------------------------------------------
    Miles, Ursula and Lincoln Co. NC
    Posted by: Judy Kimsey Date: June 06, 1999 420 of 1356
    I'm looking for documentation, or at least very strong and logical a rguments, to try and sort out some the Miles Abernathy mess in Lincoln C o., NC. I know most of the current philosophy regarding these
    questions,but I can't seem to find substantive evidence. If anyone c an help, I'll be most appreciative.
    1) Who were Miles and Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy's children? Those m ost often given are Nathan, Seth and Elizabeth. Others that keep poppin g are James, Philip, Isiah, Betsey (this could be Elizabeth)
    and, from one researcher in Arvord's book, Michael. Can anyone subs tantiate any of these children, including the three usuals?
    2) Miles and Ursula were married Oct. 6, 1781, in Lincoln County -- t his is documented! However, I can't find a Miles Abernathy in the 1790C ensus. Did they leave the county? If so, anyone have any
    idea where they went? Did they come back?
    A CD of the 1800 Lincoln Co. Census shows one Miles Abernathy, list ed as follows:
    Males, under 10: 7; Males, 10-16: 1; males, 16-26: 1; males, 45 & o ver:1; females under 10: 2; females, 16-26: 3; slaves: 23. Which Miles A bernathy is this?
    The 1810 Census Index shows five Miles Abernathys, but I haven't se en the actual census forms -- has anyone sorted out this batch of Miles es?Share??
    3) Is there documentation for the Abernathy/Cline marriages -- I've c hecked several marriage indices, and can't seem to find them (which doe sn't mean they don't exist). These would be: Seth, m. Mary
    Cline, 12Feb.1803; Nathan, m. Eve Cline, 28 Jan.1808; Elizabeth, m. P hilip Cline,12 Aug.1808.
    4) Any reasonable estimated death dates for Miles and Ursula? When a nd where were they last spotted?
    Apologies for being so long-winded, but this stuff is making me cra zy!
    Regards -- Judy
    -----------------------------------------------[GBCAkkgedcom.ged]

    Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy, NC/IL
    Posted by: Judy Kimsey Date: June 08, 1999 511 of 1693
    According to the Lincoln Co. NC Heritage book, in the Bradshaw writ e-up,it says that Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy and her husband, Miles Aber nathy,moved to Illinois. Can anyone substantiate this? When
    did they move, and where? Any help greatly appreciated.
    ------------------------------------------------
    Miles, Ursula and Lincoln Co. NC
    Posted by: Judy Kimsey Date: June 06, 1999 420 of 1356
    I'm looking for documentation, or at least very strong and logical a rguments, to try and sort out some the Miles Abernathy mess in Lincoln C o., NC. I know most of the current philosophy regarding these
    questions,but I can't seem to find substantive evidence. If anyone c an help, I'll be most appreciative.
    1) Who were Miles and Ursula Bradshaw Abernathy's children? Those m ost often given are Nathan, Seth and Elizabeth. Others that keep poppin g up are James, Philip, Isiah, Betsey (this could be Elizabeth)
    and, from one researcher in Arvord's book, Michael. Can anyone subs tantiate any of these children, including the three usuals?
    2) Miles and Ursula were married Oct. 6, 1781, in Lincoln County -- t his is documented! However, I can't find a Miles Abernathy in the 1790C ensus. Did they leave the county? If so, anyone have any
    idea where they went? Did they come back?
    A CD of the 1800 Lincoln Co. Census shows one Miles Abernathy, list ed as follows:
    Males, under 10: 7; Males, 10-16: 1; males, 16-26: 1; males, 45 & o ver:1; females under 10: 2; females, 16-26: 3; slaves: 23. Which Miles A bernathy is this?
    The 1810 Census Index shows five Miles Abernathys, but I haven't se en the actual census forms -- has anyone sorted out this batch of Miles es?Share??
    3) Is there documentation for the Abernathy/Cline marriages -- I've c hecked several marriage indices, and can't seem to find them (which doe sn't mean they don't exist). These would be: Seth, m. Mary
    Cline, 12Feb.1803; Nathan, m. Eve Cline, 28 Jan.1808; Elizabeth, m. P hilip Cline,12 Aug.1808.
    4) Any reasonable estimated death dates for Miles and Ursula? When a nd where were they last spotted?
    Apologies for being so long-winded, but this stuff is making me cra zy!
    Regards -- Judy
    -----------------------------------------------



    Father: Robert A. ABERNATHY IV b: 27 MAR 1719 in Prince George Co., VA
    Mother: Sarah Ann ABERNATHY b: ABT 1720 in Scotland

    Marriage 1 Ursula BRADSHAW b: ABT 1750

    * Married: 6 OCT 1781 in Lincoln Co, NC 1
    * Note:

    [GoodsonAberClineBumkkgedcom.ged]

    marriage date is after some children's birth dates

    Children

    1. Has Children Seth ABERNATHY b: NOV 1779 in Lincoln Co., NC
    2. Has No Children James ABERNATHY b: 1784
    3. Has No Children Miles ABERNATHY b: ABT 1786 in Lincoln Co., NC
    4. Has No Children Elizabeth Betsy ABERNATHY b: 9 MAR 1789 in Lincol n Co, NC
    5. Has Children Nathan ABERNATHY b: 1790 in Lincoln Co, NC
    6. Has No Children Isaiah ABERNATHY b: ABT 1792 in Lincoln Co, NC


    Marriage 2 Mildred HARWELL b: ABT 1751 in Brunswick Co., VA

    * Married: AFT 1792 1


    Sources:

    1. Title: GoodsonAberClineBumkkgedcom.ged
    Repository:
    Media: Other
    Text: Date of Import: Sep 30, 2002
    2. Title: GBCAkkgedcom.ged
    Repository:
    Media: Other
    Text: Date of Import: Sep 30, 2002
    3. Title: AbHarV66t0013.ftw
    Repository:
    Media: Other
    Text: Date of Import: Oct 23, 2002

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sjr ily&id=I0580

    added:
    23dec2008
    8 4 1
  • Death: 1820
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1820 in Tryon County (now Lincoln County), North Carolina 4 5 6 6 6 7 1
  • Event: Alt. Death 1820
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1820 Tryon County (now Lincoln County), North Carolina 4 1
  • Ancestral File #: 1G29-KDT 4 5 6 6 6 7 1



    Father: Miles R. ABERNATHY b: 1728 in Prince George Co., Virginia
    Mother: Sarah Ann (widow Jones) GOODE (JONES) b: ABT 1724 in Amelin, Virginia

    Father: Robert ABERNATHY b: 27 MAR 1719 in Prince George County, VA
    Mother: Sarah Ann NICHOLS b: 1719 in Dinwiddie, Virginia


    Marriage 1 Ursula BRADSHAW b: 1754 in Cumberland Co, Va
    • Married: 6 OCT 1781 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
    • Note:
      Gunn and Burruss Family Tree
      Entries: 46291 Updated: 2005-10-08 15:37:15 UTC (Sat) Contact: Ch eryl Gunn Maxwell
      I make no claim that the information on the site is absolute fact, but I h ave made every effort to quote from both state and federal documents, m aterials, and sources I believe to be reliable. If you have documentati on that differs, let's explore the facts together!
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      # ID: I11544
      # Name: Ursula Bradshaw
      # Sex: F
      # Reference Number: 11544

      Father: William Bradshaw
      Mother: Suzanna Robinson

      Marriage 1 Miles Abernathy b: 1750 in Prince George County, Virginia

      * Married: 6 OCT 1781 in Lincoln County, NC

      Children

      1. Seth Abernathy b: NOV 1779 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
      2. James Abernathy b: 1784
      3. Elizabeth Abernathy b: 9 MAR 1789 in Lincoln County, North Caroli na
      4. Nathan Abernathy b: 1790 in NC

      source:
      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=2116&id=I115 44

      added:
      10oct2005
      ===================================
      Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC
      Posted by: Elizabeth Ferguson (ID *****6954) Date: August 24, 2004 at 1 6:47:41
      In Reply to: Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC by LINDA OLLIS of 277

      I meant to caution you not to believe everything you find in the many o n-line databases, but to verify them when possible. That was why I gave y ou source clues. Some of the Abernathy data has been copied without any a ttempt to verify it, and as a result there are several serious errors t hat even the most careful of researcher haven't been able to get correc ted.

      There is, for example, no evidence whatever that Mary, wife of the 3rd R obert was a Harwell before her marriage: the best of the Harwell resear chers have been trying in vain for YEARS to find her and none have succ eeded yet. And there is still the question of the 2nd Robert's wife's m aiden name: was it Tilman or Parham? Her mother's will doesn't indicate t he sequence of her children of her two marriages, so we have no clue.

      Also, none of the earlier Roberts had a middle initial until about 1932 w hen journalistic constraints by a small-town Tennessee newspaper forced E lizabeth Denty Abernathy to use "A." for "Abernathy" thus saving 7 spac es every time it appeared in the column. Which was often. There are oth er known errors in many on-line databases, one of which being the theor itical link back to the Scottish Aristocracy. It was disproved about a c entury ago by THE pre-eminent authority on Scots genealogy, but persist s until this day. In spite of everything. Understandable: it's a fine, w arm, fuzzy feeling to think you're descended from Royalty. Even when yo u're not. I know: it beguiled me for the better part of 10 years. Until I l earned enough to understand why it wasn't so...

      What we do know and can prove is Robert Abernathy's arrival on these sh ores. What we can't prove is who his parents were back in the old count ry. And a costly dead end it proved to be, too, since certified Scottis h and British genealogists don't exactly come cheap. But at that, it's f urther back than many can go: I've got one line that is a dead end at 1 818, unlike the Virginia Abernathy lineage that begins on these shores i n the spring of 1652 with an illiterate indentured bondsman who was a s urvivor.

      -- Elizabeth Ferguson

      source page:
      http://genforum.genealogy.com/abernethy/messages/269.html

      Genforum.com

      added:
      01/15/2005
      8 4 1
    • Married: 6 OCT 1781
    • Note:
      Gunn and Burruss Family Tree
      Entries: 46291 Updated: 2005-10-08 15:37:15 UTC (Sat) Contact: Ch eryl Gunn Maxwell
      I make no claim that the information on the site is absolute fact, but I h ave made every effort to quote from both state and federal documents, m aterials, and sources I believe to be reliable. If you have documentati on that differs, let's explore the facts together!
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      # ID: I11544
      # Name: Ursula Bradshaw
      # Sex: F
      # Reference Number: 11544

      Father: William Bradshaw
      Mother: Suzanna Robinson

      Marriage 1 Miles Abernathy b: 1750 in Prince George County, Virginia

      * Married: 6 OCT 1781 in Lincoln County, NC

      Children

      1. Seth Abernathy b: NOV 1779 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
      2. James Abernathy b: 1784
      3. Elizabeth Abernathy b: 9 MAR 1789 in Lincoln County, North Caroli na
      4. Nathan Abernathy b: 1790 in NC

      source:
      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=2116&id=I115 44

      added:
      10oct2005
      ===================================
      Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC
      Posted by: Elizabeth Ferguson (ID *****6954) Date: August 24, 2004 at 1 6:47:41
      In Reply to: Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC by LINDA OLLIS of 277

      I meant to caution you not to believe everything you find in the many o n-line databases, but to verify them when possible. That was why I gave y ou source clues. Some of the Abernathy data has been copied without any a ttempt to verify it, and as a result there are several serious errors t hat even the most careful of researcher haven't been able to get correc ted.

      There is, for example, no evidence whatever that Mary, wife of the 3rd R obert was a Harwell before her marriage: the best of the Harwell resear chers have been trying in vain for YEARS to find her and none have succ eeded yet. And there is still the question of the 2nd Robert's wife's m aiden name: was it Tilman or Parham? Her mother's will doesn't indicate t he sequence of her children of her two marriages, so we have no clue.

      Also, none of the earlier Roberts had a middle initial until about 1932 w hen journalistic constraints by a small-town Tennessee newspaper forced E lizabeth Denty Abernathy to use "A." for "Abernathy" thus saving 7 spac es every time it appeared in the column. Which was often. There are oth er known errors in many on-line databases, one of which being the theor itical link back to the Scottish Aristocracy. It was disproved about a c entury ago by THE pre-eminent authority on Scots genealogy, but persist s until this day. In spite of everything. Understandable: it's a fine, w arm, fuzzy feeling to think you're descended from Royalty. Even when yo u're not. I know: it beguiled me for the better part of 10 years. Until I l earned enough to understand why it wasn't so...

      What we do know and can prove is Robert Abernathy's arrival on these sh ores. What we can't prove is who his parents were back in the old count ry. And a costly dead end it proved to be, too, since certified Scottis h and British genealogists don't exactly come cheap. But at that, it's f urther back than many can go: I've got one line that is a dead end at 1 818, unlike the Virginia Abernathy lineage that begins on these shores i n the spring of 1652 with an illiterate indentured bondsman who was a s urvivor.

      -- Elizabeth Ferguson

      source page:
      http://genforum.genealogy.com/abernethy/messages/269.html

      Genforum.com

      added:
      01/15/2005
      8 4 9 7 1
    • Married: 6 OCT 1781
    • Note:
      Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC
      Posted by: Elizabeth Ferguson (ID *****6954) Date: August 24, 2004 at 1 6:47:41
      In Reply to: Re: Abernethy family Gaston/Lincoln Co., NC by LINDA OLLIS of 277

      I meant to caution you not to believe everything you find in the many o n-line databases, but to verify them when possible. That was why I gave y ou source clues. Some of the Abernathy data has been copied without any a ttempt to verify it, and as a result there are several serious errors t hat even the most careful of researcher haven't been able to get correc ted.

      There is, for example, no evidence whatever that Mary, wife of the 3rd R obert was a Harwell before her marriage: the best of the Harwell resear chers have been trying in vain for YEARS to find her and none have succ eeded yet. And there is still the question of the 2nd Robert's wife's m aiden name: was it Tilman or Parham? Her mother's will doesn't indicate t he sequence of her children of her two marriages, so we have no clue.

      Also, none of the earlier Roberts had a middle initial until about 1932 w hen journalistic constraints by a small-town Tennessee newspaper forced E lizabeth Denty Abernathy to use "A." for "Abernathy" thus saving 7 spac es every time it appeared in the column. Which was often. There are oth er known errors in many on-line databases, one of which being the theor itical link back to the Scottish Aristocracy. It was disproved about a c entury ago by THE pre-eminent authority on Scots genealogy, but persist s until this day. In spite of everything. Understandable: it's a fine, w arm, fuzzy feeling to think you're descended from Royalty. Even when yo u're not. I know: it beguiled me for the better part of 10 years. Until I l earned enough to understand why it wasn't so...

      What we do know and can prove is Robert Abernathy's arrival on these sh ores. What we can't prove is who his parents were back in the old count ry. And a costly dead end it proved to be, too, since certified Scottis h and British genealogists don't exactly come cheap. But at that, it's f urther back than many can go: I've got one line that is a dead end at 1 818, unlike the Virginia Abernathy lineage that begins on these shores i n the spring of 1652 with an illiterate indentured bondsman who was a s urvivor.

      -- Elizabeth Ferguson

      source page:
      http://genforum.genealogy.com/abernethy/messages/269.html

      Genforum.com

      added:
      01/15/2005
      9 6 9 6 9 6 1
    Children
    1. Has Children Seth ABERNATHY b: NOV 1779 in Lincoln, North Carolina
    2. Has Children Miles ABERNATHY b: ABT 1780
    3. Has No Children JAMES ABERNATHY b: 1784 in Lincoln, NC
    4. Has Children Elizabeth "Betsy" ABERNATHY b: 9 MAR 1789 in Lincoln County, NC.
    5. Has Children Nathan ABERNATHY b: ABT 1790 in Lincoln, North Carolia
    6. Has Children ISAIAH ABERNATHY b: ABT 1792 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 14 Mar 2014 - CAA's GEDCOM backup - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddriv e - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Import ed on 14 Mar 2014.
    2. Abbrev: marirw.gedCHAN: DATE: 13 Jul 2002TIME: 14:38
      Title: marirw.ged
      CHAN:
      DATE: 13 Jul 2002
      TIME: 14:38:59 (Merged on 13 Jul 2002 at 14:38:59)
      CHAN:
      DATE: 13 Jul 2002
      TIME: 14:38:59 (Merged on 13 Jul 2002 at 14:38:59)
      CHAN:
      DATE: 13 Jul 2002
      TIME: 14:38:59
      CHAN:
      DATE: 13 Jul 2002
      TIME: 14:38:59. Merged on 13 Jul 2002 at 14:38:59.
    3. Abbrev: Ancestral File (R)
      Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Co pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987 , June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, dat a as of 5 January 1998.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
    4. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 23 Sep 2009 - CAA's GEDCOM Backup file - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AU G 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
    5. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 16 Jun 2006
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on Jun 16, 2006. Imported on 16 Jun 2006.
    6. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 30 Apr 2005
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
    7. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 16 Oct 2005
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 16 OCT 2005. Imported on 16 Oct 2005.
    8. Abbrev: Brian Abernathy
      Title: briana@att.net
    9. Abbrev: brianabernathy.FTW
      Title: brianabernathy.FTW
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