Person:Abner Hill (1)

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Abner Mattison Hill
d.27 Feb 1928 , Cass, Texas
m. 27 Oct 1830
  1. Martha Emily Hill1831 - 1904
  2. Green B Hill1835 - 1917
  3. Mary J Hill1837 - 1837
  4. Amelia T. Hill1838 - 1900
  5. Seaborn Ivy Hill1840 - 1908
  6. Amanda Hill1841 - 1841
  7. Miranda E Hill1841 - 1915
  8. John Simon Hill1843 - 1913
  9. J.H.P. Hill1844 - 1845
  10. Francis Patterson Hill1845 - 1913
  11. Abner Mattison Hill1846 - 1928
  12. Nancy Emaline Hill1848 - 1924
  13. Lucinda Hill1848 - Bef 1850
  14. M Hill1850 - 1850
  15. Queen Victoria Hill1852 - 1883
  16. Jasper Hill1853 - 1853
  17. Lettie Hill1855 - 1855
  18. J.C. Hill1857 - 1857
m. 1866
Facts and Events
Name Abner Mattison Hill
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Dec 1846 Fayette County, Georgia
Other[3][6] Bet 1864 and 1865 Military
Marriage 1866 to Margaret L Putman
Census[4][7] 1880 Cass County, Texas
Census[5][8] 12 Jun 1900 Cass County, Texas
Death[1] 27 Feb 1928 , Cass, Texas
Burial[2] , Cass, Texas
Ancestral File Number FT5V-8M
References
  1. Texas. Bureau of Vital Statistics (Austin, Texas). Death records, 1903-1975. (Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1996-2000)
    A. M. Hill; File No. 5558; FHL film 2114438.
  2. Cass County Genealogical Society. Cemeteries with Cass County Connections, Volume 8. (Atlanta, Texas; 1999)
    Watson cemetery; page 254.
  3. Texas. Comptroller's Office. Confederate pensions : applications approved and rejected. (Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974)
    A.M. Hill; application 27032, 18 March 1914; Texas State Archives.
  4. United States. Census Office. 1880 federal population census T9.. (Washington : National Archives and Records Service, [19--])
    Abner Hill household; Cass county; roll 1295, page 188A; FHL film 1255295.
  5. United States. Census Office. Texas, 1900 population census schedules, T623. (Washington : The National Archives, [19--?])
    Ab. M Hill household, Cass County; Roll 1618, E.D. 27, sheet 10, line 224; FHL film 1241618.
  6. Abner served the last 14 months of the war with the Calvary. He served in Company C, Davenports Battalion, under Captain Bowie. He surrendered at the close of the war in Tallalgra, Alabama.
  7. He lives with his wife, Margaret, and six children on a farm.
  8. He lived on a farm with his wife, Margaret, and daughter, Ella.