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At 5:42pm on June 25, 2013, John Hale said…

This is the rest of the info at the Facebook site.

I had a yDNA test performed by Family Tree DNA (FDNA) hoping to find yDNA matches with other Hale's at the Hale DNA project at FTDNA. The only Hale I matched was a known cousin. My cousin and I DO NOT match any other Hale at the project. FTDNA notified my cousin and I that we matched the following surnames: Acker, Aker and Akers. Another cousin I found through ancestry research said her mother told her and her brother that they were not really Hale, they were Aker. This cousin's mother said an Aker was taken in by a Hale family and changed their Aker name to Hale.

I did find this info on some Akers:
Thomas Jefferson Acres is listed in the "Lost Children of Wythe Co VA” (by Mary B. Kegley) on page 122 as "poor boy, bound to George Keesling on June 5, last, and George now being deceased, it is ordered that he be bound out again. George Keesling, father of George, deceased, consented thereto." There was no information as to which family he
went to next. I also, found information that an unnamed Akers was apprenticed to an unnamed family and was removed from that family and rebound to another family because of ill treatment. No information on which family he was rebound to.

Again thanks for you kind offer. I hope you can shed some light on who my gg grandfather John Hale really is and who his parents may be.

At 5:40pm on June 25, 2013, John Hale said…

Thanks for friending  me. As you may have seen on Facebook:

Thank you for your kind offer. Sorry this is very long, but I want to provide you all the info I have. My brickwall is my gg grandfather - John Hale (thought to have been born 1815 in Wythe Co. VA). According to the Wythe Co. Historical Society no Hale family was living in Wythe Co during the time my gg grandfahter was born. I have a birth listing of a child for my gg grandfather and his wife Sarah Fawbush (Brackenridge Hale born 1861 in Magoffin Co. KY), this listing shows John's birth place as Wythe, VA and Sarah's as Sulivan, TN. My gg grandfather is shown in the 1850 Perry County, Ky census and the 1860 Magoffin Co. Ky census. I found the following info in a dissertation by Richard Allen Carlson, Jr. titled: "“Who’s Your People?” Cumulative Identity among the Salyersville Indian Population", he states that in the 1860 census “All of the mixed-blood Trusty’s previously shown as “free colored” on past censuses were shown as “white” in this enumeration, as was the Cherokee mixed-blood family of John Hale and Sarah Fawbush”.

Footnote #822 states: "For more information regarding the local Indian Hale's, see NAM M1104 R: Appl 39587, Eliza Hale, R306, Salyersville, KY, and NAM M1104 R288: appl 38825. John Hale (Jr.), Salyersville, KY. the former has also married an Indian or mixed-blood "Cherokee" woman named Sally Fawbush. Little is known of John and Sally's life prior to their emigration to the Magoffin area from east Tennessee via Perry County, Kentucky."

Also in this dissertation Carlson stated that according to Magoffin County court records John Hale (born in VA) is referred to as "Old Cherokee John Hale" and that he lived at the County Home and died there in 1877, and Carlson also stated, my great grandfather John Hale who was married to Nancy Trusty and later Margaret Trusty had also lived at the County Home at some point.

At 6:26pm on April 17, 2013, zoda morgan jr said…

hey robyn when you get time can you help me on nancy ann taylor

At 10:29pm on April 1, 2013, Sarah Anthony said…

wow, finally dufus got in


At 2:11pm on January 27, 2013, Shelley Murphy said…

HI Robyn, the posting on Afrigenas is me, I am familytreegirl and thanks for viewing the postings.

At 4:56pm on December 19, 2012, Gail Annette Sawyer/Hinton said…

Hi Robyn,

What Loudermilks are you looking for? I'd be happy to help out. My mother was a Loudermilk, long line of them, even with there different spelling. I am also on facebook, and there are family pictures there.

Thank you for your time, Gail               

At 3:25pm on December 30, 2011, Albertus Lang said…

Hello Robyn, not sure the details are on John Leslie Landlick Lang or where ,must have been mislaid or something,could you send it again please Cheers Bertjl (Albert Lang).

At 9:50am on March 29, 2011, Madehlinne said…

Robyn: I found Mack's WWII draft registgration.


At 4:15pm on November 6, 2010, Diana Beckner Belles said…
I already own this book, but thank you for thinking about me!
At 12:40pm on October 6, 2010, Shirley J. Vreeland said…
Here's a request for your recommendation: When I get ready to spend money on a site, having an outlet for research for records in foreign countries, Europe, in particular, what would it be? I'm only extending my present lineage recording by three names, but have to search England, France and Holland and possibly some others. Where can I spend me money to get the best deal? There is no hurry to answer. Thank you.
At 4:42pm on October 5, 2010, Shirley J. Vreeland said…
Thanks for friending me, I good intell that you are THE ONE who can help, such as I, in answering questions. I'm taking notice of your e-mail. It's comforting to know that I know some one who KNOWS!!!!
At 10:38pm on May 13, 2010, Rosie said…
i found a document for a MC Trice - which i think might be your McClellan but have lost your email addy.
At 10:01pm on April 20, 2010, William S Dean said…
Hi Robyn

Here's the enlistment card for William Trice (born about 1837) of Louisa county, VA. As you can see he was originally with the 88th Colored Infantry before transfer to the 3rd Colored Heavy Artillery.

88th Regiment Infantry (New)

Organized at Memphis, Tenn., February 20, 1865. Attached to Post and Defenses of Memphis, Tenn., District of West Tennessee, to July, 1865. 2nd Infantry Brigade, District of West Tennessee, to September, 1865. Dept. of Tennessee to December, 1865.

SERVICE.--Duty at Memphis, Tenn., and in the District of West Tennessee until December, 1865. Consolidated with 3rd United States Colored Heavy Artillery December 16, 1865.

At 7:35am on April 13, 2010, William S Dean said…
Sorry, that should be World War II. not I.
At 11:29pm on April 12, 2010, William S Dean said…
Hi Robyn

I didn't know if you already had a copy of Mac(k) Trice's WW I registration card. Mack was, of course, Walter's father.

At 2:36pm on March 13, 2010, Kayanna Smith Henderson said…
Anyway, Matilda Pilcher married William Halbert, who inherited plantation land and slaves (HORRIFIC!!) in VA but sold it and supposedly freed slaves and moved to Athens Co, OH. The Halberts, Pilchers and Beans made the journey together. IDK if Pilchers and Beans freed slaves. Sorry!
At 8:06pm on January 25, 2010, Janet Marie Mickens said…
Glad to hear from you. My father was James Thomas Mickens son of Dock (Doc) and Charlotte Mickens (Jones) was born Aug. 1899. There were 14 children in the family, my father the youngest, his brother Doc the oldest. I believe the Senior Dock was born in virginia, I found a census that stated his birth place. He and Charolette married in March of 1886. Each had children prior to their marriage, her older children were Harveys. I have small bits of informtion but would like to learn more about my father's people.I've found that that are numerous Mickens out there, many with a connection to Virginia.
Thanks in advance for any information or help you might have.
Janet Mickens
At 11:19pm on January 24, 2010, Janet Marie Mickens said…
Robyn, I see you are interested in the research of the Mickens surname. I am a mickens, Father was James, grandfather Dock, grandmother, Charolette. My father was born in Tipton county TN. Would you have any information on this family. My father had an older brother Doc who moved to and lived in Ohio for many year until his death.
Would appreciate any information you could help me find.
Janet M. Mickens
At 3:00pm on December 5, 2009, Brooks F Nelson said…
Thanks for the information- I actually already have this- They didn't get married in Rhea County,TN- I have looked for the marriage and found nothing- and the fact that the oldest son was born in 1829 NC made me wonder- my guess is that they stayed in NC
At 11:12pm on November 12, 2009, Kathryn Brannigan Walizer said…
Robyn just wanted to tell you that I recieved the Obit from Ca that you helped me with a few weeks ago. got a lot of good information to follow up with so my thanks again
kathryn brannigan walizer


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