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Descendants of William Moody of Chatham County, North Carolina By Deason Hunt
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A family history tracing the lineage of William Moody of Chatham County, North Carolina to the family of Joel Moody of Nacogdoches County, Texas and his descendants
Out of Mississippi - The John Robert Wingate Family of Nacogdoches County, Texas By Deason Hunt
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The legacy of John Robert Wingate, who died in1902 in Nacogdoches County, Texas was a large extended family that grew up in and around Nacogdoches and surrounding areas of East Texas. A dedicated... More > father and saw mill operator, John's Texas roots grew out of his native Mississippi and North Carolina. Great, great grandfather Edward Wingate of Brunswick County, North Carolina was an officer in the state militia during the Revolutionary War. His son Walter aided the patriot General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox." John's grandfather, Edward Taylor Wingate, eventually also came to Texas (although estranged from his Mississippi family) and served in the Mexican War. He has been confused with the Edward Wingate who was martyred at Goliad during the Texas Revolution against Mexico. John's father, Robert Harrison Wingate, served in the home guard for the siege of Vicksburg and, after exchange, in a Mississippi Confederate cavalry unit for the remainder of the U. S. Civil War.< Less
Thomas Sr. and Lucy Hunt and Descendants 1787-2002 By Deason Hunt
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Thomas Hunt Sr. was born in North Carolina about 1787 and was on the census there in Rutherford County in 1820. He moved to and lived in Blount County, Tennessee shortly thereafter where he lived... More > until 1851 and moved once again this time to Rusk County, Texas where he died in 1856. Separate chapters are devoted to each of his children and their descendants: Betsy, Absolom, James, John, William Marshall, Stephen, Thomas Jr., Cassandra (Carsa), Madison, Mahala, and Samuel. First generation allied families are Bedford, Bradbury, Fears, Goforth, Harvey, Holt, Lane, Leopard, Patrick, Peeples, Watson, Rose, and Tucker.< Less
Descendants of William Moody of Chatham County, North Carolina By Deason Hunt
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A family history tracing the lineage of William Moody of Chatham County, North Carolina to the family of Joel Moody of Nacogdoches County, Texas and his descendants
Thomas Sr. and Lucy Hunt and Descendants 1787-2002 By Deason Hunt
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Thomas Hunt Sr. was born in North Carolina about 1787 and was on the census there in Rutherford County in 1820. He moved to and lived in Blount County, Tennessee shortly thereafter where he lived... More > until 1851 and moved once again this time to Rusk County, Texas where he died in 1856. Separate chapters are devoted to each of his children and their descendants: Betsy, Absolom, James, John, William Marshall, Stephen, Thomas Jr., Cassandra (Carsa), Madison, Mahala, and Samuel. First generation allied families are Bedford, Bradbury, Fears, Goforth, Harvey, Holt, Lane, Leopard, Patrick, Peeples, Watson, Rose, and Tucker.< Less
Out of Mississippi - The John Robert Wingate Family of Nacogdoches County, Texas By Deason Hunt
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The legacy of John Robert Wingate, who died in1902 in Nacogdoches County, Texas was a large extended family that grew up in and around Nacogdoches and surrounding areas of East Texas. A dedicated... More > father and saw mill operator, John's Texas roots grew out of his native Mississippi and North Carolina. Great, great grandfather Edward Wingate of Brunswick County, North Carolina was an officer in the state militia during the Revolutionary War. His son Walter aided the patriot General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox." John's grandfather, Edward Taylor Wingate, eventually also came to Texas (although estranged from his Mississippi family) and served in the Mexican War. He has been confused with the Edward Wingate who was martyred at Goliad during the Texas Revolution against Mexico. John's father, Robert Harrison Wingate, served in the home guard for the siege of Vicksburg and, after exchange, in a Mississippi Confederate cavalry unit for the remainder of the U. S. Civil War.< Less