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There are two Abner Collivers.
1.. Abner Colliver born 1815 s/o Elijah Colliver and Margaret Duncil. He
has a brother named Elijah born in 1810. This Abner married Julia Ann
Wilson in 1851 at Nicholas County, KY. They had six children. Julian Ann
and Abner are my G-g-grandparents.
2.. The other Abner born 1819 s/o Thomas Colliver and Sarah (Unknown).
This Abner had a brother name Thomas born in 1825. Because of the number of
years between the brothers, there may be other siblings. I do not have any
more information on this Abner, or his brother Thomas.
3.. The two Abners are first cousins, which makes the Abner b 1819 my
first cousin 4 times removed.
I would appreciate any information on the Abner Colliver born in 1819. I
have additonal information on the Abner b 1815, I will be willing to share
with anyone who is interested.
Quantum in me fuit.
The (Not so) Big Guy
Thank you so much
I see a name listed that I would like to find out more on
Ewbanks, Frank B Private Private
is there any more information on him?
On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 14:49:12 EST Jewell93082(a)aol.com writes:
> Hi Everyone,
> New updates on Nicholas County web site.
> civil war soldiers
> _9th Cavalry Regiment, Ky; _
> Confederate, men from Nicholas County.
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