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HELP! flag female ancestor  Mary  HADDOCK

  (b. 28 May 1763 Crown Colony of North Carolina   d. 9 October 1847 North Carolina, USA )  

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Mary HADDOCK was born 28 May 1763 in Crown Colony of North Carolina

Mary HADDOCK was the child of ?   and   ?

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Mary  married  Henry WILLIS .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Henry WILLIS  was born abt. 1764 in North Carolina, USA.  Henry died 1 November 1820 in Cawell County, North Carolina, USA.  Henry was the child of Henry WILLIS and Mary Isabelle WATKINS.

Mary HADDOCK died 9 October 1847 in North Carolina, USA.

Parents:
Andrew Haddock (1742 - 1793)
Elizabeth Galaspy Hicks Haddock (1747 - 1808)


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1729 - 1789 - Crown Colony of North Carolina
November 21, 1789 - North Carolina becomes 12th U.S. state

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Henry WILLIS was the child of Henry WILLIS and Mary Isabelle WATKINS




Children of Henry WILLIS and Mary HADDOCK:

flag male ancestor Nicholas WILLIS (b.24 December 1786, Cawell County, Crown Colony of North Carolina  d. abt. 1835, Dallas, Arkansas Territory)
m. Nancy TURNER 29 October 1804


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birth1763 Birth
28 May 1763
, North Carolina, USA

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1786 Birth of Child
Nicholas WILLIS was born 24 December 1786, Cawell County, North Carolina, USA
1820 Death of Spouse/Partner
Henry WILLIS died 1 November 1820, Cawell County, North Carolina, USA
death1847 Death
9 October 1847
, North Carolina, USA
Added: 11/7/2016 9:44:26 AM - Updated: 10/20/2017 2:26:14 PM

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