Re: another piece of the early Tarver puzzle
I appreciate the information.
Do you recall from what source you obtained the birthdate of Andrew Hipkin Tarver III?.
I cannot locate right now, but I have a copy of an old Bible record in my disorganized files regarding Andrew Hipkin III and his children.I hope to find it again soon.
I was recalling a state census also in which Nancy Draper was shown as born in Va. and Andrew born in NC.I do not have it at hand either right now, but can find it eventually.It must be a census after 1850.
In early Alabama records there is mention of an olderRufus, I believe about 1822 or so.He may have been an attorney.It seems as if a Jonathan V. Tarver was involved in that information.
I am recalling from memory now, but will begin to locate what I mention and keep you posted.
I can't recall locating many Tarver references in Warren county, Ga, but there were a few.
A common denominator that seems to run thru Andrew Hipkin Tarver I's sons and grandsons is cotton and slaves.
Many of them were large land owners,owned many slaves and were involved in cotton farming.
David A. Tarver