Hearne History - Page 376

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SALLY CHINN, born in 
    November, 1800; died in 
    Bourbon Co., Ky., May, 
Married Henry S. Hawkins 
    1822, who was born in
    1753 in Maryland, and died
     in Bourbon Co., Ky., 1842.
    born Aug. 6, 1834, died 
    June 9, 1864, in Fayette 
    Co., Ky.
Married William T. Hearne 
    Jan. 24, 1854, who was
    born Jan. 22, 1835.  

SARAH KATIE HEARNE, born Dec. 20, 1854; died Feb. 7, 1881. [A picture of Katie is found on page 390.]

NANNIE DAVIS HEARNE,[1] born Mar. 21, 1857; died Nov. 17, 1877.

FANNIE S. HEARNE, born Dec. 5, 1858, married Dr. J. C. Lee 1884; their daughter, Maggie Barkley Lee, born Aug. 3, 1887, at Lee's Summit, Mo.

MAGGIE BELL HEARNE, born Feb. 10, 1861, in Fayette Co., Ky.

WILLIE T. HEARNE, born June 3, 1864, in Fayette Co., Ky., and his son, Cannon C., born July 9, 1897, in Kansas City, Mo.


In the name of God, amen, this 9th day of  Dec. in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and seventy four, I, Thomas Hawkins, being very sick and weak but of perfect and sound memory, Thanks to Almighty God, do make, ordain, constitute and appoint this my last will & testament in manner and form following, to-wit:

First it is my desire that all my just debts be paid.

Item:--It is my desire that my son Alexander Smith Hendly Hawkins, when he arrives to the age of twenty-one years, that he shall make over and confirm by a good and sufficient deed, all the land which I bought of William Courts except seventy-five acres which adjoins to my land, on condition that Henry Smith Hawkins, his heirs, Exers. and admrs. shall also convey and confirm unto the said Alexander Smith Hendley Hawkins one moity or half part of the brothers to the said Alexander Smith Hendly Hawkins, his heirs and assigns forever.

Item:--I give and bequeath unto my two sons Alexander Smith Hendly Hawkins and Charles Hawkins all the land whereon I now live, together with all the lands that adjoin thereto which is my property, which said lands shall be equally divided between my

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Thanks to Catherine Bradford for transcribing this page.

[1] A picture of Nannie Davis Hearne is on page page 394.

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