Re: Henry Hollingsworth Mary Ann Murrah/Murray m: 1746 Duplin Co.
Hi, mark: *There wa another brothr, Joseph Robinson, but he had NO daughtrs named "Anne". My Anne was about 3 years oldr than your Anne who -aM- Abraham of Winchester. There's a lot of info out there about that Abraham. Lydia, sister to Zebulon and the others was the first Quaker Marriage in Virginia and it was done at Abraham's house. but their father, Stephen, had already gone to North Carolina when it happened. Now to Abraham Powell. I never traced him but Lukas' "Powells of Virginia and the South" has a couple of tidbits on him. For example; he was in Pendleton County in 1800 and then in Edgefield County in 1810. (Census Information).
*1810 Census; Abraham Powell---(males)2 males under 10;
1 male under 16; 1 male 16/26; 1 male 45 and up.
*1 female 45 and up.*****
In Newberry, S.C. --Abraham Powell to Ralph Campbell(a Grant, probably Land), May 18,1816; Book L, paage 98.
** While I kept running into 'Abrahams' in my Research on my line of Powells, I never connected an Abraham to any of them. There are no Abrahams anywhere in my line that I was able to find. Regards;Elton