Before going further, I want to address something regarding Hardaway T. Abernathy, son of Blackstone and grandson of David of Lunenburg.I’ve been researching this gentleman for some time now and have yet to confirm that his middle name is Teague.I’ve seen it used by many family members but haven’t seen it on any provable document.Some confusion may have come about from a genealogy prepared by one of my g-g-aunts or uncles in the 1950s that has been widely circulated among family.While nearly accurate, it does contain some provable errors.It refers to Hardaway as Hardaway Thurat or Teague, but it seems everyone has accepted Teague.I personally suspect his name was Thurat due to family naming patterns, as his grandmother was Elizabeth Hardaway and his great-grandmother was Agnes Thweatt.Teague is a family name associated with Hardaway’s wife, Martha E. Barnes.If anyone can show me Teague is correct, I welcome resolution of the debate! Hardaway was born ca 1800 in KY, prob. Fayette Co, to where his father Blackstone moved from Lunenburg Co about 1796-97.He died in Monroe Co, MO, but went there about 1844 to join an older brother, James R., after a divorce from Martha, leaving a large family behind in Lawrence Co, IL.He remarried and started a second family in MO.I have yet to account for all of the progeny of the two brothers, so it is possible that Leighton Abernathy is connected to one of them. There appear to be at least two “groups” of Abernathys in KY around 1850 - the Lunenburg family in the north, with those in the south in Christian Co from Brunswick Co. VA.A recent discovery of mine uncovered a Hardaway son from IL marrying an Abernathy girl from Christian Co, KY in 1852.Coincidence if they are not related? As to the John Blackstone/David Abernathy deed I would like to also see a copy.I do have a deed that refers to David the elder and David the junior in which the subject is Blackstone’s interest in the property left to David the elder by right of his wife Sarah’s bequeath of her father, John Blaxton.Is this the same deed?If so, it would appear that David the elder is David of Lunenburg and David the junior would be his son David Blackstone, brother of Blackstone.