Date:15 August 2000
To:Wm. (Bill) G. Mitchellmitchell3121@worldnet.att.net
From:George H. (Hill) StevensGHStevens3@AOL.COM
Subject:Wm. Hill & Eliz. Clanton (d. childbirth, ca 5 Apr 1800, perhaps delivering Isaac Abner Hill)
1.Was very gratified to see your posted inquiry (reprinted below) at GenForum Clanton Family Website.
I'm looking for information on Elizabeth CLANTON, b. 1709, first wife of William C. HILL. Their daughter, Elizabeth HILL, married Bernjamin LASSETTER. They moved to Georgia. Elizabeth died having his ninth child. Would like to know her parents, other ancestors. Thanks. Bill
2.William Hill and Elizabeth Clanton were my GGG Grandparents and constitute a sort of missing link between their fairly well documented descendants (my immediate family), on the one hand, and some fairly well documented but remote Hill ancestor groups, on the other hand.Documenting the marriage of Wm. Hill and Eliz, Clanton, their children, and the circumstances of their lives in Chatham County, NC, and environs, will help, I believe, to connect these two family groups and should answer a lot of questions.I was really pleased to see your posted inquiry and look forward to working with you to close some critical gaps in our understanding of this interesting family.
3.Believe that the William Hill (who married Elizabeth Clanton) was born 1731 in Bertie Co. NC.Wm. Hill was the son of Robert Hill Jr. (b. ca. 1678/1680-d.1762/1765) and Tabitha Green (dau of Abner Green).Robert Hill Jr. & Tabithas Green married ca 1705 at Isle of Wight Co., VA.Wm. Hill was the 10th of their 11 children.The first six of these children appear to have been born in Isle of Wight Co., VA.The last five of these children appear to have been born in Bertie Co., NC.
4.Believe that this William Hill (b. 1731, Bertie Co. NC) married first to Charity Lewis.Cannot prove this, but am interested in exploring the possibility.Don't know where or when they were married; and don't very much about Charity Lewis, except that the name Lewis seems to run down through some of the Hill descendants.Their is other circumstantial evidence for a Lewis link that I will get to later on.See Paragraph 11, below, where a cousin and colleague, Sybil Atkins, forwards research suggesting that this Charity Lewis may have been married to William Hill. Sybil wrote that:William Hill, Sr, born ca. 1731/5 Halifax Co,VA; died ca. 1803 Hancock Co, GA.His wife was Charity Lewis, b --- Halifax Co, VA. died after 1760 when her father Richard Lewis'will was probated June 1760 in Halifax Co, NC.(Will Book #7, page 6).
I believe Sybil meant that there was evidence in the will that Charity Lewis was still alive at the time of her father's death--she received a certain inheritance from his estate--and also evidence in the will that she was at that time married to William Hill.More below in Paragraph 11.
5.Believe that at some point Charity Lewis Hill died, and thatthis Wm. Hill (b. 1731, Bertie Co., NC) took a second wife, Elizabeth Clanton.Know nothing about the family of Elizabeth Clanton, until I stumbled across the GenForum WebSite, today, and saw your inquiry.
6.In any event names of the ten children that my data base (inherited from my mother (Virginia Arnold Hill [Crabb Stevens], 1915-1981) associates with Wm. Hill & Charity Lewis/Elizabeth Clanton are these:
i.William Clanton Hill (b. ca 1773 Halifax Co. NC & d. ca Feb 1803 Halifax Co NC) m. Sarah (Maiden Name Unknown); Three children:Martha Hill, James Hill, & Henry Hill.
ii.Elizabeth Hill (b. 17 Feb 1785, Chatham Co NC; d. 14 July 1852, Carroll Co., GA) married (5 May 1801, Greene Co. GA) Benjamin N. Lassiter (b. 12 Dec 1778, Nash Co NC & d. 23 Aug 1869); nine children.
iii.Herbert Hill (b. ca 1774/Chatham Co NC); William Hill made deed to Herbert Hill 30 Dec 1795 in Halifax Co., NC; Witnessed by Henry Hill & Isaac Hill
iv.Mary Hill(b.ca 1789/90, Chatham Co NC & d. 24 July 1837, Carroll Co., GA); married (1812 Green Co. GA)Cheadle Cochrane (1788-1854)
v.Enoch Hill(no further information; however, he is mentioned in a deed to Henry Hill, below).
vi.Richard Hill (b. ca 1775 Chatham Co. NC);Wm. Hill made deed 7 January 1790 for land in Franklin Co., NC. (In US census?)“Richard had 3 sons (older trhan?) 16 years, and 2 daughters in Franklin Co., NC”
vii.James Hill(b. ca 1793 Chatham Co NC); married (15 September 1806) Christianna Lassiter (sister of Benjamin Lassiter who married James Hill's sister Elizabeth Hill, above); One child: James R. Hill.
viii.Henry Hill(b. ca 1777 Chatham Co NC); On 1 January 1801 Wm. Hill made deed for land to Henry Hill; Witnessed by Enoch Hill.
ix.Sion L. (Lewis?) Hill(b. 3 Feb 1796 in Chatham Co NC & d. 2 Aug 1871 at Ozark, Dale Co., AL); mar. (5 Dec 1818, in Jones Co., GA) to Frances Dismukes (b. 16 June 1798 GA; d. 25 Dec 1884, Dale Co, AL; see book by Bernice Dismukes,"The Dismukes & Their Kin").Sion L. Hill Served as a Major inWar of 1812.Tynelle Jordan of 515 Walworten Court, in Katy, TX 77450, writes (29 April 2000) thatSion L. HILL was somehow connected tp Mariah Elizabeth HILL, perhaps as an Uncle, Older Brother, or Cousin.She notes that Sion L. Hill was in Harris Co., GA, and in Russell Co., AL, when Mariah Elizabeth Hill & her husband Harrison Tate were there.Sion L. Hill & Frances Dismukes had two daughters:Lucinda L. & Bethena Pauline. [GHS note:Mariah Elizabeth Hill was indeed a niece of Sion L. (Lewis?) Hill, being the dau of his brother Isaac Abner Hill, below.]My cousin and coleague, Sybil, notes that After Sion L. Hill died in 1871, his wife received a widow's pension, and the pension application stated that they had lived in Jones Co, and Harris Co, GA before moving to Chambers Co, AL in the 1830's, then to Macon Co, AL by 1850, then to Dale Co, AL by 1860.
x.Isaac Abner Hill (b. 5 Apr 1800/Chatham Co NC; d. 23 Aug 1833/Harris Co GA); 5 children.We believe that him mother, Elizabeth Clanton, may have died in childbirth, delivering Isaac Abner Hill.He was my GG Grandfather.The families of Isaac Abner Hill & Sion L. Hill remained close, in geographic and in other terms.
7.After the death of Elizabeth Clanton, ca. April 1800, William Hill moved on to GA and at about this time he appears to have married again,for the third time, perhaps in 1800, to a widow, Lydia White Jones.Wm. Hill may have travelled earlier to GA, in the late 1790s.It is not entirely clear when he moved to GA, but the death of his 2d wife, Elizabeth Clanton, may have provided an occasion to start life anew.There is evidence that he was in GA (Hancock, County)as early as 1798, for, as one of the executors of the estate of Hugh Jones, he went to Greene Co., GA, from Hancock Co., GA, ca. 28 June 1798.Either in the capacity of an Estate Executor or at an earlier time, which is probable, he met the widow of Hugh Jones (no further information on the family background of Hugh Jones), Lydia White Jones, and married her.
8.Children of Lydia White Jones by her first marriage (ca 1775) to Hugh Jones (b. ca. 1755 Anson Co NC & d. ca 30 June 1798 in Greene Co., GA) were seven or eight in number, including:
viii.And a yet unnamed, yet unborn child, still being carried by Lydia White Jones at her husband's death.
It is not yet clear to me what this child's name may have become.
9.The marriage of Lydia White Jones Hill & William Hill appears to have lasted for some 9-16 years, in Georgia.From Hancock & Green Counties of GA, the couple would appear to have settled in Jasper Co., GA.
The GA frontier was being pushed steadily to the west as the Indians (Cherokee and other tribes) were dispossessed and retreated before ultimately being relocated to OK by Andrew Jackson, later in the century.
Wm. Hill appears to have died on 1 January 1816.At this time Lydia White Hill administered his estate, with some assistance from a man that she later married(her 3d husband), Isaac Hill, Sr.This Isaac Hill Sr. (b.22 July 1748 Charles Co., MD; d. 28 July 1825 Warren Co., TN, earlier had been married to Lucinda Wallace (see below, under Eliza Hill;Lucinda was b. 1746 Martin Co NC; d. 1798 Edgecombe Co NC). In the estate settlement, there were references to the "two orphans" of [Lydia White Hill and] the late Wm. Hill, namely: Eliza & Lovice.These children are attributed to Wm. Hill & Lydia White, and are unlikely to have included the last child of Lydia White & her first husband Hugh Jones (yet unborn and unnamed at the time of Hugh Jones death in 1798), because they were both born 2-4 years after the death of Hugh Jones.On the other hand, one of the girls was born in April of 1800, about the time that Elizabeth Clanton was dying in childbirth.Hard to say.Sincerely Hope this does not constituteevidence that will prove I am confusing two entirely different William Hills.[Sometimes this family makes you dizzy, without a roadmap.]In any event:
i.Eliza Hill (b. 2 Apr 1800 ca Jasper Co. GA; d. 11 Aug 1859 in Warren Co., TN; and m. 25 Aug 1818 in Jasper Co., GA to Isaac Hill).This Isaac Hill (b. 20 Dec 1797 Edgecombe Co NC & d. 16 Oct 1871 Warren Co TN) and Eliza had five children:Louisa, Lydia, Louvisa, Wm. Carroll, and Israel.After Eliza died in 1859,Isaac married again in 1860 to Mildred Harrison, widow of George Harrison.This Isaac Hill was the son of Henry John Alexander Hill (7 Feb 1774 Edgecombe Co NC -1 Aug 1825 Warren Co, TN) & Susannah Swales.H.J.A. Hill, in turn, was the son of Isaac Hill, Sr., and Lucinda Wallace (above).
ii.Lovice (or Louvisa) Hill (b. 1802, ca Jasper Co GA & d.1839 Warren Co., TN) married Asa Hill (b. 18 June 1799 Edgecombe Co NC & d. ca 1850 in [GA?]).Asa Hill was also the son of H.J.A. Hill & Susannah Swales (above).Thus the two sisters, Eliza & Lovice, daughters of William Hill & Lydia White Jones Hill, married the two brothers, Isaac & Asa, sons of H.J.A. Hill & Susannah Swales.Children of Asa & Louvice included:David Radner Hill, Asa Hill Jr., Kerr Hill.
10.To return now to Isaac Hill, Sr., (who later in his life married Lydia White Jones Hill, the widow of the Wm. Hill who earlier had married Elizabeth Clanton, and even earlier had married Charity Lewis), this Isaac Hill, Sr. (who was the son of Abraham Hill)and Isaac's first wife Lucinda Wallace (above) had the following thirteen children:
i.Henry John Alexander Hill
ii. Lawrence (Larry) Hill
v.Mary Ann Hill
viii.Lucinda (Lucy) Hill
x.Abraham Webb Hill
11.With regard to some of the evidence that William Hill may have been married to Charity Lewis prior to his marriage to Elizabeth Clanton, consider the following which is excerpted from an E-Mail sent to meon 20 April 2000 by a probable cousin and fellow Hill Family Researcher, Sybil Atkins, who wrote as follows:
"I believe there may be a clue in the marriage of Charity Lewis to William Hill.I believe that the initial "L" in my gg grandfather Sion L. Hill's name represented the name "Lewis."Sion L. Hill's daughter Bethena Pauline Hill (1824-1905) who married George D. Richardson named a son Sion Lewis Richardson.The name "Lewis" has come down through my family to the present.Mygreat grandmother Lucinda L. Hill (1833-1907) who married John W. Talley, named one son "Sion" and another, my grandfather, Edward "Lewis" Talley.My father had a brother named Lewis Talley."
"One group chart which is significant (and I haven't found the documentation yet) is for William Hill, Sr, born ca. 1731/5 Halifax Co,VA; died ca. 1803 Hancock Co, GA.His wife was Charity Lewis, b --- Halifax Co, VA. died after 1760 when her father Richard Lewis'will was probated June 1760 in Halifax Co, NC.(Will Book #7, page 6).Heirs as follows:
Wife:Ann Lewis ( Will #342, p. 98, 1777 Halifax Co, NC)"
Dau:Charity Lewis (Hill)
Son: William Lewis
William Hill, Sr (1735-1803) and wife Charity Lewis were in Hancock Co, GA by 1800.Some of their children were:
Lewis Hill (1756-1795) = md. Rebecca Watkins,Franklin Co, NC
Richard Hill (1757-1832 = md. Lydia Watkins
Sion Lewis Hill (1761-1795) = md. Drucilla Lane
William C. Hill (1765-1832) = md. Sarah Branch
Enoch Hill (1769)= md. (l) Martha Brantley, (2) Sarah Brantley
Henry Hill (1776-1830) = md. Agnes Fike
Nancy Hill Mathis (1781)
(There may have been other daughters)
"On ll October 1825, a court record in Monroe Co, GA regarding property Charity Hill, et al, testimony was taken, where Isaac Hill and his brother Richard Hill claimed the have the same parents: Lewis Hill (d. 1795) and wife Rebecca of Franklin Co, NC.On that same date another testimony of Nancy Mathis (age 44) , child of Charity Lewis Hill, stated that Lewis Hill was the son of William and Charity L. Hill."
"I need to go to the Georgia Archives in Atlanta to check the county records to verifythese records.I picked up the above information from another correspondent."
"My Sion Lewis Hill was born 3 Feb 1796 in NC.He may have been the son of one of the sons of William Hill and Charity Lewis.Need to check further in the middle Georgia counties of Monroe, Hancock, Jones. Putnam where several Hill families settled.I first find Sion L. Hill in Jones County, GAwhen he and Frances Dismukes were married 5 December 1818.They later lived in Jones, Putnam and Harris Co, GA, then to Chambers Co, AL before 1840, then to Macon Co, AL in 1850's, then to Dale Co, AL by 1860 where they lived the remainder of their lives."
12.On another occasion (10 March 2000), Sybil also wrote that:"Years ago when I lived in Gadsden, AL, James Seward also visited me and we exchanged genealogy notes on the Hill and Cox families.Through preponderance of evidence, without document to prove our lineage, we concluded that Isaac Abner Hill and my Sion L. Hill, b. 1796 NC; d. 1871 in Dale Co, AL, were brothers."This same James L. Seward corresponded also with my mother and I have inherited many of his letters and research notes which undergird some of the analysis, above.
It's getting late and I need to close.There, doubtless, will be some mistakes in this complex crazy quilt of family relations.But this is as near as I have been able to make it out with the collective help of many friends and cousins.I welcome you to this process, and hope we can work together to make it more accurate and more complete.
I long have hoped to find someone who could shed more light on Elizabeth Clanton and on Charity Lewis.I certainly hope we can nail down whether or not this was the same Wm. Hill, who married these two women.Perhaps we can make a little progress in this direction, or, if not, understand more clearly why not.I will look forward to working with you.Also look forward to hearing more about your Clanton relatives.Warm Regards,
George H, Stevens
705 Gleneagles Drive
Fort Washington, MD 20744-7012
PS:Another colleague & Hill Family Researcher, Patricia Laird Howard, pulled together the following data about Isaac Abner Hill's brother, Sion L. (Lewis?) Hill, which I have appended.It may be of some interest and has a lot of very useful factual information.It follows (and is very well documented):
Documentation gathered by Patricia Laird Howard:
Sion L. Hill and wife Francis Dismuke.
Sion L. Hill, born 3 Feb 1796, died 2 August 1871.Source: Copy of Family Bible Record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Frances Dismuke, born 16 June 1798. Source: Copy of Family Bible Record of Sion L. Hill found in his penison file for service in War of 1812.
Sion L Hill and Francis Dismuke were married the 5th day of December A. D. 1818. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Microfilm:M33, Roll 9.1820 Federal Census, Putnam County, GA. Page 101A, Captain Eli Buckners District.Sion L. Hill, 1 male 16-26, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16-26, 2 persons in agriculture, 1 free Colored Person under 14 (female), 1 free Colored Person 26-45 (female).
Microfilm:M19, Roll 18.1830 Federal Census, Jones County, GA. Page 439.
Sion L. Hill, 2 males under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 3 females 5-10, 1 female 20-30.
Letters, Hamilton 1 Oct 1833, Henry Lee, Postmaster.Sion Hill.Source: Columbus, Georgia Newspaper Clippings, Columbus Enquirer, Vol. 1, 1832-1834.By Elizabeth Evans Kilboune.
Microfilm #0237522.Will Book A, 1833-1849, Court of Ordinary, Harris County, Georgia.Page 5, 4 November 1833.Sion L. Hill, James A. Huey, & Wm C. Osborn, bond as Administrators of Isaac Hill, to make an Inventory of the estate.
Microfilm #0327504.Deed Book B, 1832-1835.Harris County, Georgia, page 506.20 December 1834, recorded 24 March 1835.Between Wade Prior and Sion L. Hill, both of Harris County, Georgia.21 District of Muscogee originally, now Harris County, being Lot Number 256, 202 1/2 acres.
1840 Federal Census, Harris County, GA.Page 245.Hueys Di.
S. L. Hill
1 male 5-10, 1male 10-15, 1male 15-20, 1 male 30-40.
2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 40-50.
Microfilm #0327505.Deed Book D, 1841-1845, Harris County, Georgia.Page 321-322.22 May 1843, recorded 16 June 1843.Between Sion L. Hill of Chambers County, Alabama & William D. Clever of Monroe County, land in Harris County, Georgia.Witness, Thomas Speller & Nancy Hancock.
Microfilm #0237522.Will Book A, 1833-1849, Court of Ordinary, Harris County, Georgia.Page 84-85.Will of Bethany Dismukes.Jones County, Georgia, will probated in Harris County, Georgia.Written 21 Oct 1831?, probated 5 November 1844.Names son in law Sion L. Hill, son Edmond Dismukes, son Thomas J. Dismukes.Youngest children; Elizabeth, Thomas J., Bethany C., Henretta, & Martha Ann.Names brother Cary Cox of Putnam County, and friend Joseph Day of this County as Executors.Witness; Cary Cox, William Cox & William Huff.
Microfilm #1854662, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 7, 1844-1846, page 330. 5 January 1844, dated recorded 8 September 1845. between Dozier Thornton and Ann C. E. Thornton of Muscogee County, GA., & Sion L. Hill of Chambers County, Alabama.
Microfilm #1854662, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 7, 1844-1846, page 331. 5 September 1842, date recorded 8 September 1845.Between Thomas Speller and his wife Mary Ann L. Speller of Chambers County, Alabama & Sion L. Hill of Harris County, Georgia.
Microfilm #1854663, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 8, 1846-1848.Page 346-347.27 January 1845, date recorded 10 May 1847.Between Sion L. Hill and Frances of Chambers County, Alabama, & Harrison Tate.
Microfilm #1854663, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 9, 1848-1850.Page 524.25 February 1850, date recorded 19 March 1850.Sion L. Hill and Frances his wife & Killis L. Floyd.Wade H. Hill is a witness.
Microfilm #1854663, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 10, 1850-1852.Page 125.12 December 1848, date recorded 20 Feb 1851.The State of Alabama, Macon County, Sion L. Hill and Frances Hill wife of Sion L. Hill & Jacob More.
Microfilm #1854663, Chambers County, Alabama.Deeds, Volume 10, 1850-1852.Page 127.11 January 1847, date recorded 19 February 1851.State of Alabama, Chambers County. Newman Golden & Martha Golden wife of said Newman& Sion L. Hill.
1860 Federal Census, Macon County, Alabama.
Page 869.Auburn.24 July 1860.
419 425Scion L. Hill, age 64, farmer, 4200 10890, NC.
Frances, age 62, GA.
Georgia A., age 21, female, GA.
Frances E., age 19, female, GA.
Union Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.Sion L. Hill, Feb 3, 1796-Aug 2, 1871, aged 75 yrs. 5 mo. 20 days.Frances (Hill) June 16, 1798-Dec 25, 1884, wife of
S. L. Hill, aged 86 yr. 6--, 9 days.
Children of Sion L. Hill and wife Francis Dismuke.
1. Mary Ann L. Hill, married Thomas Speller.
Mary Ann L. Hill, born 5 Oct 1819, Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Thomas Speller married Mary Ann Hill, (date not certain) in Harris County, Georgia.Source: Marriage Records Harris County, Georgia.Film #0327523, page 1.
Deed between Thomas Speller and his wife Mary Ann L. Speller of Chambers County, Alabama and Sion L. Hill, of Harris County, Georgia, dated 5 Sept 1842.Recorded 2 Oct 1845, Chambers County, Alabama, Deed Book 7, page 31.Film #1854662.
1860 Federal Census, Dale County, Alabama.Film T7, Roll No 2, page 632,
17 Aug 1860, Wm Bracewell asst. Marshall, P. O. Newton.
912- Thomas Speller, age 47, male, farmer, 1000, 4019, NC.
Mary A., age 40, female, Ga.
James A, age 16, male, AL., attending school.
Nice A., age 14, female, AL., attending school.
Vartie, age 13, female, AL., attending school.
Emily, age 12, female, AL., attending school.
Nathaniel, age 8, male, AL.
Thomas, age 5, male, AL.
Alice, age 3, female, AL.
Teliba? E., 4/12?, AL.
Union Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.Thomas Speller Dec 11, 1813-Feb 14, 1870, husband.Mary A. L. Hill (Speller) Oct 5, 1819-Jan 18, 1887, wife.
1. Roxina A. Hill, married Abel C. Neilson.
Roxina A. Hill, born 5 March 1822. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Rotina Hill was married to Abel C. Neilson 10 Dec 1839, in Harris County, Georgia by Wm. D. Culbreath, J. P.Source: Marriage Records Harris County, Georgia.Film #0327523.
3. Bethena P. Hill married George D. Richardson.
Bethena P. Hill, born 11 July 1824. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Bethena P. Hill was married to George D. Richardson 16 July 1839, in Harris County, Georgia, by James Smith, J. P.Source:Marriage Records Harris County, Georgia.Film #0327523.
George D. Richardson was the witness to a deed between Sion L. Hill and Newman Golden dated 11 Jan 1847 in Chambers County, Alabama, recorded 20 Feb 1851.Source:Chambers County, Alabama Deed Book 10, page 127.Film #1854663.
4. Wade Hampton Hill married Rebecca.
Wade Hampton Hill, born 18 Feb 1827. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Wade H. Hill was the witness to a deed between Sion L. Hill and Killis L. Floyd dated 25 Feb 1850 in Chambers County, Alabama, recorded 12 April 1850.Source:Chambers County, Alabama Deed Book 9, page 524.Film #1854663.
1850 Federal Census, Chambers County, Alabama.19th Dist., 5 Dec 1850, Britton Stamp, asst. Marshall.Page 364B.
1391- Ward H. Hill, age 23, male, farmer, 350, Ga.
Rebecca, age 24, female, Ga.
Sion, age 2, male, Ala.
William B., age 4/12, male, Ala.
3. Nancy D. Hill married 1st William B. Howard and 2nd Isaac Gilbert.
Nancy D. Hill, born 14 May 1829.Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
William B. Howard married Nancy D. Hill, 17 October 1844 in Chambers County, Alabama.William B. Howard and Sion L. Hill were securities for the marriage bond.Source: Chambers County, Alabama, Marriage Record Book 3, page 178. Film #1290836.
Nancy D. Hill Howard was residing in Coosa County, Alabama when after the death of her husband, she married Isaac Gilbert.Nancy, Isaac and all of the Howard children except John moved to Wood County, Texas.The Howard children are listed under the surname Gilbert in the 1870 Federal Census for Wood County, Texas.
4. Lucinda L. Hill married John Wesley Talley.
Lucinda L. Hill, born 13 Oct 1832.Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
John Tally filed for a marriage license to marry Lucinda L. Hill, 2 Feb 1849 in Macon County, Alabama.Source: Macon County Alabama Marriage Record Book II, page 134.Film #1293628.
3. James J. Hill,
James J. Hill, born 14 May 1835, died 6 June 1842. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
3. Georgiann Washington Hill married Bowling W. Williams.
Georgiann Washington Hill, born 6 May 1837. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Bowling W. Williams and Georgia A. Hill were married at the residence of Sion Hill on the 5th day of Dec 1865 by Thos J. Williamson, M. Gospel.Source: Chambers County, Alabama Marriage Record Book 5, page 747. Film #1290837.
3. Francis E. Hill married Quincy C. Hunter.
Francis E. Hill, born 26 Sept 1839.Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
Quincy C. Hunter and Fanny Hill were married on the 28 day of Nov 1865 at the residence of Sion Hill, by W. A. Hunter, M. G.Source:Chambers County, Alabama, Marriage Record Book 5, page 744. Film #1290837.
Mrs. Sion L. Hill, an aged widow, died at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Q. C. Hunter, of this place on the 25th inst.-Ozark Star, of 31st.Source: Eufaula Weekly Times And New, 1885.W. D. Jelks Proprietor.From Alabama Series, Volume II (Deaths) (A listing of death notices appearing in newspapers in Barbour, Henry and Pike Counties, Ala., 1846-1890)Compiled by Helen S. Foley.
4. Louisa V. Hill married I. D. Worthy?
Louisa V. Hill, born 14 June 1842. Source: Copy of Family Bible record of Sion L. Hill found in his pension file for service in War of 1812.
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