Thanks for getting back to me. As I'm sure you know, Harris Allen recorded his will in March of 1814 and it was probated May 2, 1814 in Hancock County, GA. In it he names his children, including his "older children", whom I assume are the children of an earlier wife and not Milly. One of the older children is daughter, Bersheba Barnes. We know from various tax digests, court records, etc. that Enos Barnes was in the Hancock County/Baldwin County/Jasper County area from 1815 until after 1820 when he moved to Henry County. There are many facts that show the close ties between the sons of Harris Allen and Enos from the 1820's thru the early 1850's. Also, in a letter from Harris Allen, Jr. to his "nephew" (my GG-Grandfather) Allen Barnes in 1853, Harris says to "give my love to Sis". Bersheba was living next door to Allen in Dahlonega at the time. So I think it is well proven that Bersheba Barnes was a daughter of Harris Allen. As far as Elizabeth Marchman, in the Intestate Records of Edgecombe County, NC from 1813-1816 and later, the children of Jethro Barnes (and Nancy Pender Barnes) are listed, including Enos Barnes and Elizabeth Marchman, wife of John Marchman. But I have no way of knowing how old Elizabeth was at the time, so I wasn't sure if it was she, or her daughter, who married Hezekiah Allen. I've tried to find records for John and Elizabeth Marchman in the 1820's thru 1850's, but they are few and far between. Do you know of any documentation that supports our belief that Elizabeth Barnes Marchman had a daughter who was the Elizabeth Marchman who married Hezekiah Allen?