3 edition of Some descendants of James Hanna of South Carolina. found in the catalog.
Some descendants of James Hanna of South Carolina.
Eugene Chapel Tims
Bibliography: p. 48.
|LC Classifications||CS71 .H242 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79106969|
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" See other formats There are other events that are written about Major John B. Downing but finally, again written by Emmett Starr [No, this is not found in Starr's book], "Major John B. Downing was captured by the attacking Cherokee's who were not friendly to the British Army at or near Fort 96 in South Carolina, he was tortured, mutilated, and finally burned at To: Jane Hanna and Eliza Hanna, nieces of my brother James Hanna.
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