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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Canzada Abernathy: Birth: MAR 1850 in Ga. Death: 23 JAN 1916 in Big Fork, Polk Co, AR

  2. Columbus Albert3 Abernathy: Birth: 1853 in Lockesburg, Sevier County, Arkansas. Death: WFT Est. 1907-1945 in ?Kerrville, Texas

  3. JAMES W Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1855.

  4. MINERVAH ABERNATHY: Birth: 1859.

  5. ELIZABETH HORTENSIA Abernathy: Birth: 1862. Death: 1909

  6. Phillip R. ABERNATHY: Birth: 1865. Death: 1940

  7. ANORA Abernathy: Birth: 1879.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. SPICEY C ABERNATHY: Birth: 7 JUL 1880. Death: 13 NOV 1950 in Mena, AR


Sources
1. Title:   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998.
2. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AUG 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
3. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
4. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 16 OCT 2005. Imported on 16 Oct 2005.
5. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddrive - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Imported on 14 Mar 2014.
6. Title:   briana@att.net
7. Title:   brianabernathy.FTW
8. Title:   v59t2191.FTW

Notes
a. Continued:   Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Polk Co, AR Census: 1880 Montgomer y Co, AR, Mt. Ida, p 9, Line 62 Census: 1850 Cass Co, GA Census: 1860 Montg omery Co, AR Information on this family found at familytreemaker.com genforum - Abernathy forum #664, posted by Michele Boggess. also message #726 posted by Daniel Bass -------------------------------------------------- Daniel also p osted the following information:
  I used a book by Vera L.Blake,on the Bates Family for the dates used above. I have visited the grave of Phillip Abernathy in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Arkansas. Most of the people buried t here are related to me, directly or by marriage to the families of Abernathy, B ates, Goss,Hendrix,and Vandiver. I have some information on Phillip Abernathy and his brother James A. Abernathy who left Georgia in 1852 with the Bates Fami lies in a wagon train to settle in Montgomery County, Arkansas. I know Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade and worked near an Iron furnace on the Etowah River i n Georgia, as did his other brothers. They all had come down to Georgia from Li ncoln County, North Carolina with their Parents Nathan Abernathy And Eve Cline. I visited Macedonia cemetery in Bartow(formerly Cass)County, Georgia. several of Phillip's brothers are buried there, and I suspect that his parents are buri ed there also, but over 200 of the graves there are only marked with fieldstone .This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054
  North Carolinian Philip Abernathy, age 23, was living in the Etowah Mining camp in Cass County, Georgia. Philip was a blacksmith. Living with Philip was his wife Margaret, age 17, NC, and daughter "Canzada," five months, GA. Philip could not read nor write.
  Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Polk Co, AR Census: 1880 Montgomer y Co, AR, Mt. Ida, p 9, Line 62 Census: 1850 Cass Co, GA Census: 1860 Montg omery Co, AR Information on this family found at familytreemaker.com genforum - Abernathy forum #664, posted by Michele Boggess. also message #726 posted by Daniel Bass -------------------------------------------------- Daniel also p osted the following information:
  I used a book by Vera L.Blake,on the Bates Family for the dates used above. I have visited the grave of Phillip Abernathy in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Arkansas. Most of the people buried t here are related to me, directly or by marriage to the families of Abernathy, B ates, Goss,Hendrix,and Vandiver. I have some information on Phillip Abernathy and his brother James A. Abernathy who left Georgia in 1852 with the Bates Fami lies in a wagon train to settle in Montgomery County, Arkansas. I know Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade and worked near an Iron furnace on the Etowah River i n Georgia, as did his other brothers. They all had come down to Georgia from Li ncoln County, North Carolina with their Parents Nathan Abernathy And Eve Cline. I visited Macedonia cemetery in Bartow(formerly Cass)County, Georgia. several of Phillip's brothers are buried there, and I suspect that his parents are buri ed there also, but over 200 of the graves there are only marked with fieldstone .This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054
  Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Polk Co, AR Census: 1880 Montgomer y Co, AR, Mt. Ida, p 9, Line 62 Census: 1850 Cass Co, GA Census: 1860 Montg omery Co, AR Information on this family found at familytreemaker.com genforum - Abernathy forum #664, posted by Michele Boggess. also message #726 posted by Daniel Bass -------------------------------------------------- Daniel also p osted the following information:
  I used a book by Vera L.Blake,on the Bates Family for the dates used above. I have visited the grave of Phillip Abernathy in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Arkansas. Most of the people buried t here are related to me, directly or by marriage to the families of Abernathy, B ates, Goss,Hendrix,and Vandiver. I have some information on Phillip Abernathy and his brother James A. Abernathy who left Georgia in 1852 with the Bates Fami lies in a wagon train to settle in Montgomery County, Arkansas. I know Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade and worked near an Iron furnace on the Etowah River i n Georgia, as did his other brothers. They all had come down to Georgia from Li ncoln County, North Carolina with their Parents Nathan Abernathy And Eve Cline. I visited Macedonia cemetery in Bartow(formerly Cass)County, Georgia. several of Phillip's brothers are buried there, and I suspect that his parents are buri ed there also, but over 200 of the graves there are only marked with fieldstone .This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054
  Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Polk Co, AR Census: 1880 Montgomer y Co, AR, Mt. Ida, p 9, Line 62 Census: 1850 Cass Co, GA Census: 1860 Montg omery Co, AR Information on this family found at familytreemaker.com genforum - Abernathy forum #664, posted by Michele Boggess. also message #726 posted by Daniel Bass -------------------------------------------------- Daniel also p osted the following information:
  I used a book by Vera L.Blake,on the Bates Family for the dates used above. I have visited the grave of Phillip Abernathy in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Arkansas. Most of the people buried t here are related to me, directly or by marriage to the families of Abernathy, B ates, Goss,Hendrix,and Vandiver. I have some information on Phillip Abernathy and his brother James A. Abernathy who left Georgia in 1852 with the Bates Fami lies in a wagon train to settle in Montgomery County, Arkansas. I know Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade and worked near an Iron furnace on the Etowah River i n Georgia, as did his other brothers. They all had come down to Georgia from Li ncoln County, North Carolina with their Parents Nathan Abernathy And Eve Cline. I visited Macedonia cemetery in Bartow(formerly Cass)County, Georgia. several of Phillip's brothers are buried there, and I suspect that his parents are buri ed there also, but over 200 of the graves there are only marked with fieldstone .This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054
  Burial: Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Polk Co, AR Census: 1880 Montgomer y Co, AR, Mt. Ida, p 9, Line 62 Census: 1850 Cass Co, GA Census: 1860 Montg omery Co, AR Information on this family found at familytreemaker.com genforum - Abernathy forum #664, posted by Michele Boggess. also message #726 posted by Daniel Bass -------------------------------------------------- Daniel also p osted the following information:
  I used a book by Vera L.Blake,on the Bates Family for the dates used above. I have visited the grave of Phillip Abernathy in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Big Fork, Arkansas. Most of the people buried t here are related to me, directly or by marriage to the families of Abernathy, B ates, Goss,Hendrix,and Vandiver. I have some information on Phillip Abernathy and his brother James A. Abernathy who left Georgia in 1852 with the Bates Fami lies in a wagon train to settle in Montgomery County, Arkansas. I know Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade and worked near an Iron furnace on the Etowah River i n Georgia, as did his other brothers. They all had come down to Georgia from Li ncoln County, North Carolina with their Parents Nathan Abernathy And Eve Cline. I visited Macedonia cemetery in Bartow(formerly Cass)County, Georgia. several of Phillip's brothers are buried there, and I suspect that his parents are buri ed there also, but over 200 of the graves there are only marked with fieldstone .This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jbm15/1/data/7054
  North Carolinian Philip Abernathy, age 23, was living in the Etowah Mining camp in Cass County, Georgia. Philip was a blacksmith. Living with Philip was his wife Margaret, age 17, NC, and daughter "Canzada," five months, GA. Philip could not read nor write.


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