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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth "Betsy" Abernathy: Birth: 1808 in NC. Death: in Bartow County, Georgia

  2. Isaiah William Abernathy: Birth: 1810 in Lincoln County, NC. Death: AFT 1856 in Cass County, Georgia

  3. Seth Abernathy: Birth: 1811 in Lincoln, North Carolina. Death: 28 JAN 1899 in Georgia or Arkansas

  4. Sarah Elizabeth "Eliza" Abernathy: Birth: 15 APR 1812 in Lincoln County, N.C.. Death: 19 JUL 1892 in Arkanasas

  5. James Alexander Abernathy: Birth: 1818 in South Carolina. Death: ABT 1905 in Lockesburg, Sevier County, Arkansas

  6. Daniel Abernathy: Birth: APR 1818 in NC. Death: 13 MAR 1904

  7. Charles Burke Abernathy: Birth: 1822 in NC. Death: 10 FEB 1879 in Mt. Holly, NC

  8. Sinfon Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1823 in NC.

  9. Barbara S. Abernathy: Birth: 1824 in Lincoln County, NC.

  10. Darius "Dares" Abernathy: Birth: ABT 1824 in North Carolina. Death: 1904 in Montgomery, Arkansas

  11. Phillip Abernathy: Birth: 1827 in , , South Carolina. Death: ABT 1902 in Lockesburg, Sevier County, Arkansas

  12. Barden Larkin "Bardy" Abernathy: Birth: 24 OCT 1827 in Lincoln Co, NC. Death: 18 JUN 1914 in Bartow County, Georgia

  13. Linton Abernathy: Birth: 1828.

  14. HENRY Abernathy: Birth: 1831.

  15. Zepheniah (Zepeniah) Abernathy: Birth: 20 FEB 1831 in Lincoln County, NC. Death: 16 FEB 1916 in Bartow, Georgia

  16. Linford Abernathy: Birth: 1835. Death: in Y


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth "Betsy" ABERNATHY: Birth: 1808 in NC. Death: in Y

  2. Isaiah William Abernathy: Birth: 1810 in Lincoln County, NC. Death: AFT 1856 in Cass County, Georgia

  3. Seth ABERNATHY: Birth: 1811 in NC. Death: 23 JAN 1899 in GA Or AR

  4. Sarah Elizabeth ABERNATHY: Birth: 15 APR 1812 in Lincoln Co, NC. Death: 19 JUL 1892

  5. Daniel Abernathy: Birth: APR 1818 in NC. Death: 13 MAR 1904

  6. James Alexander ABERNATHY: Birth: NOV 1821 in Lincoln County, NC. Death: 17 SEP 1905 in Big Fork, Polk County, AR

  7. Sinfon ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1823. Death: in Y

  8. Darius M. ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1824 in Ga. Death: 17 OCT 1904 in AR

  9. Barbara ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1824. Death: in Y

  10. Bardy Larkin ABERNATHY: Birth: 24 OCT 1827 in Ga. Death: 18 JUN 1914

  11. Phillip ABERNATHY: Birth: 10 OCT 1828 in NC. Death: 2 OCT 1902

  12. Henry ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1831. Death: in Y

  13. Zepheniah (Zepeniah) Abernathy: Birth: 20 FEB 1831 in Lincoln County, NC. Death: 16 FEB 1916 in Bartow, Georgia

  14. Linford Abernathy: Birth: 1835. Death: in Y


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:   GEDCOM file submitted by Rootsweb Database - bocomogen.ged, Rootsweb.com. Created on 5 Mar 2014. Imported on 3 Apr 2014.
7. Title:   Valentine Cline - Gertrout Cansler family group sheet supplied November 1997 by Herman Abernathy Roswell, Georgia997 by Herman Abernathy Roswell, Georgia997 by Herman Abernathy Roswell, Georgia997 by Herman Abernathy Roswell, Georgia.

Notes
a. Note:   60 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living in the company town of the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company in Cass County, Georgia in 1850. He is listed as an "invalid." Living with Nathan is his wife Eve, 56, daughter Barbara S., 26, son Zepheniah, 18, and daughter Mary Sumy, 19. Nathan's sons Seth, James, Sinfron, Isaiah, and Daniel all lived nearby and worked for Etowah Mining. The Abernathy's were surrounded by the families of machinists, scrape haulers, clerks, stone masons, blacksmiths, teamsters, and operators. Neither Nathan nor Eve could read or write. 86 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living by himself in Cartersville, Georgia. Living by him and next to him were many of his children and grandchildren. Around 1846, Nathan Abernathy moved his family from Lincoln County, North Carolina to Cass County, Georgia. Cass would become Bartow County during the Civil War. Nathan had come to the hills of north Georgia to work as a blacksmith or collier for the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company. The company had built a rolling mill and ironworks on the banks of the Etowah River, after iron ore was discovered in the vicinity around 1840. Lincoln County, North Carolina was one of the first counties in the Tarheel state to establish iron mining and iron works. It is probable that Nathan had received his training in these operations. The Etowah iron mills were destroyed by Sherman's Army in May of 1864. Many of Nathan's children moved to Arkansas after the war. Some would latter return to Georgia.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/5103 [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County. [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County.Burial: Barrow Co., GA
  60 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living in the company town of the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company in Cass County, Georgia in 1850. He is listed as an "invalid." Living with Nathan is his wife Eve, 56, daughter Barbara S., 26, son Zepheniah, 18, and daughter Mary Sumy, 19. Nathan's sons Seth, James, Sinfron, Isaiah, and Daniel all lived nearby and worked for Etowah Mining. The Abernathy's were surrounded by the families of machinists, scrape haulers, clerks, stone masons, blacksmiths, teamsters, and operators. Neither Nathan nor Eve could read or write. 86 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living by himself in Cartersville, Georgia. Living by him and next to him were many of his children and grandchildren. Around 1846, Nathan Abernathy moved his family from Lincoln County, North Carolina to Cass County, Georgia. Cass would become Bartow County during the Civil War. Nathan had come to the hills of north Georgia to work as a blacksmith or collier for the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company. The company had built a rolling mill and ironworks on the banks of the Etowah River, after iron ore was discovered in the vicinity around 1840. Lincoln County, North Carolina was one of the first counties in the Tarheel state to establish iron mining and iron works. It is probable that Nathan had received his training in these operations. The Etowah iron mills were destroyed by Sherman's Army in May of 1864. Many of Nathan's children moved to Arkansas after the war. Some would latter return to Georgia.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/5103 [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County. [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County.Burial: Barrow Co., GA
  60 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living in the company town of the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company in Cass County, Georgia in 1850. He is listed as an "invalid." Living with Nathan is his wife Eve, 56, daughter Barbara S., 26, son Zepheniah, 18, and daughter Mary Sumy, 19. Nathan's sons Seth, James, Sinfron, Isaiah, and Daniel all lived nearby and worked for Etowah Mining. The Abernathy's were surrounded by the families of machinists, scrape haulers, clerks, stone masons, blacksmiths, teamsters, and operators. Neither Nathan nor Eve could read or write. 86 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living by himself in Cartersville, Georgia. Living by him and next to him were many of his children and grandchildren. Around 1846, Nathan Abernathy moved his family from Lincoln County, North Carolina to Cass County, Georgia. Cass would become Bartow County during the Civil War. Nathan had come to the hills of north Georgia to work as a blacksmith or collier for the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company. The company had built a rolling mill and ironworks on the banks of the Etowah River, after iron ore was discovered in the vicinity around 1840. Lincoln County, North Carolina was one of the first counties in the Tarheel state to establish iron mining and iron works. It is probable that Nathan had received his training in these operations. The Etowah iron mills were destroyed by Sherman's Army in May of 1864. Many of Nathan's children moved to Arkansas after the war. Some would latter return to Georgia.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/5103 [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County. [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County.Burial: Barrow Co., GA
  60 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living in the company town of the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company in Cass County, Georgia in 1850. He is listed as an "invalid." Living with Nathan is his wife Eve, 56, daughter Barbara S., 26, son Zepheniah, 18, and daughter Mary Sumy, 19. Nathan's sons Seth, James, Sinfron, Isaiah, and Daniel all lived nearby and worked for Etowah Mining. The Abernathy's were surrounded by the families of machinists, scrape haulers, clerks, stone masons, blacksmiths, teamsters, and operators. Neither Nathan nor Eve could read or write. 86 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living by himself in Cartersville, Georgia. Living by him and next to him were many of his children and grandchildren. Around 1846, Nathan Abernathy moved his family from Lincoln County, North Carolina to Cass County, Georgia. Cass would become Bartow County during the Civil War. Nathan had come to the hills of north Georgia to work as a blacksmith or collier for the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company. The company had built a rolling mill and ironworks on the banks of the Etowah River, after iron ore was discovered in the vicinity around 1840. Lincoln County, North Carolina was one of the first counties in the Tarheel state to establish iron mining and iron works. It is probable that Nathan had received his training in these operations. The Etowah iron mills were destroyed by Sherman's Army in May of 1864. Many of Nathan's children moved to Arkansas after the war. Some would latter return to Georgia.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/5103 [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County. [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County.Burial: Barrow Co., GA
  60 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living in the company town of the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company in Cass County, Georgia in 1850. He is listed as an "invalid." Living with Nathan is his wife Eve, 56, daughter Barbara S., 26, son Zepheniah, 18, and daughter Mary Sumy, 19. Nathan's sons Seth, James, Sinfron, Isaiah, and Daniel all lived nearby and worked for Etowah Mining. The Abernathy's were surrounded by the families of machinists, scrape haulers, clerks, stone masons, blacksmiths, teamsters, and operators. Neither Nathan nor Eve could read or write. 86 year-old Nathan Abernathy was living by himself in Cartersville, Georgia. Living by him and next to him were many of his children and grandchildren. Around 1846, Nathan Abernathy moved his family from Lincoln County, North Carolina to Cass County, Georgia. Cass would become Bartow County during the Civil War. Nathan had come to the hills of north Georgia to work as a blacksmith or collier for the Etowah Mining and Manufacturing Company. The company had built a rolling mill and ironworks on the banks of the Etowah River, after iron ore was discovered in the vicinity around 1840. Lincoln County, North Carolina was one of the first counties in the Tarheel state to establish iron mining and iron works. It is probable that Nathan had received his training in these operations. The Etowah iron mills were destroyed by Sherman's Army in May of 1864. Many of Nathan's children moved to Arkansas after the war. Some would latter return to Georgia.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/5103 [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County. [brianabernathy.FTW]
  ) of Lincoln County North Carolina. Married Eva Cline 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln County.Burial: Barrow Co., GA

b. Note:   Mack's, Robinsons, Freels, Long, Hopkins Entries: 36139 Updated: 2008-11-19 06:47:09 UTC (Wed) Contact: Theresa Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM | Add Post-em # ID: I06763 # Name: Nathan Abernathy # Sex: M # Birth: 1790 in Lincoln, North Carolina # Birth: 1790 in Virginia # Death: in Georgia
  Father: Miles Abernathy b: 1750 in Virginia Mother: Ursula Bradshaw b: 1757 in Cumberland, Virginia
  Father: Robert A. Abernathy b: 27 MAR 1719 in Prince George, Virginia Mother: Sarah Ann Nichols b: 1719 in Dinwiddie, Virginia
  Marriage 1 Eve Cline b: 1794 in Lincoln, North Carolina
  * Married: 28 JAN 1808 in North Carolina Children
  1. Has No Children Barbara S. Abernathy 2. Has Children Isaiah Abernathy b: 1810 in Lincoln, North Carolina 3. Has Children Seth Abernathy b: 1811 in North Carolina 4. Has Children James Abernathy b: 1818 in South Carolina 5. Has Children Darius Abernathy b: 1824 in North Carolina 6. Has Children Barbara S. Abernathy b: 1824 in Lincoln, North Carolina 7. Has Children Phillip A. Abernathy b: 10 OCT 1828 in South Carolina 8. Has No Children Zepheniah Abernathy b: 1832 in Lincoln, North Carolina
  source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=moonbeam&id=I06763
  added: 27dec2008
c. Note:   Adkins Entries: 8537 Updated: 2005-06-06 09:55:19 UTC (Mon) Contact: Sharyn Young Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM | Add Post-em # ID: I72975376 # Name: Eve CLINE # Given Name: Eve # Surname: Cline # Sex: F # Birth: 1790 # Burial: Bartow Co, GA # Note:
  Found on familytreemaker.com genforum: Eve Cline married Nathan Abernathy Posted by: Donna Wilson-Chism Date: February 19, 2000 1202 of 2016 I have n my family a Eve Cline who married Nathan Abernathy Jan 28, 1808 in N.C. They had a lot of children one of which was my g-g-grandfather. Darius Abernathy. He married Sarah A. and they had my g-grandmother Mary Ann Aberanthy who married William David McConnell. Eve's parents wereVoluntine Cline and Gertrude Martin and she was born in 1790. If anyone out there will please clame this line of my family with more info to add i would be so very happy. please e-mail and let me know. thank you very much. Donna Wilson-Chism --------------------------------- Father: Valentine KLINE b: 1753 in Lancaster Co, PA Mother: Anna Gertrout Catherine Diffenbach CANSLER b: 1760 in York Co, PA
  Marriage 1 Nathan ABERNATHY b: 1790 in Lincoln Co, NC
  * Married: 28 Jan 1808 in Lincoln Co, NC Children
  1. Has Children Elizabeth "Betsy" ABERNATHY b: 1808 in NC 2. Has Children Isaiah ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1810 in Lincoln Co, NC 3. Has Children Seth ABERNATHY b: 1811 in NC 4. Has Children Sarah Elizabeth ABERNATHY b: 15 Apr 1812 in Lincoln Co, NC 5. Has Children Daniel ABERNATHY b: Apr 1818 6. Has Children James Alexander ABERNATHY b: Nov 1821 in Lincoln Co, NC 7. Has Children Charles Burke ABERNATHY b: 1822 in NC 8. Has No Children Sinfon ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1823 9. Has No Children Barbara ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1824 10. Has Children Darius M. ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1824 in GA 11. Has No Children Bardy Larkin ABERNATHY b: 24 Oct 1827 12. Has No Children Linton ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1828 13. Has Children Phillip ABERNATHY b: 10 Oct 1828 in NC 14. Has No Children Henry ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1831 15. Has No Children Zephaniah ABERNATHY b: 20 Jan 1831 16. Has Children Linford ABERNATHY b: Abt. 1835 in NC source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1621750&id=I72975376
  added: 23dec2005


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