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County=Rowan & Iredell Counties, NC; Anderson County, TN

state=NC, TN

TimeFrame= c.1779-1930's

Research on John Ham (d. bef. 1 Feb. 1779), who left six orphan children, raised by Beard, Chambers, & Wallace families in Fourth Creek Area of Eastern Iredell Co. Son John Ham (c.1770-1847) m. Esther Hair, d/o David Hair, and moved to area of Little Rocky Creek in Sharpsburg Twp., Iredell Co.

Son John J. Ham (c.1812-1867) left widow Elvira (Bowles) Ham who m.(1869) Harrison Mason and moved with Ham children to Anderson Co., TN.

Submitter: David Jones

email:    djones1 (at) ju.edu

URL: http://users.ju.edu/djones1/HamGen.htm



County=Dyer & Gibson Counties, TN; Dunklin County, MO

state=KY, Missouri, TN

TimeFrame= 1797 +, 1850

   Ancestor information:   Researched book printed 1980.

Submitter:  Patricia Ham Campbell

email:    pat3827(at) blueriver.net


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