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Married [119]
 bd.  1754
 dd.  3 May 1826, age about 71; Pike County, Kentucky
 res.  USA
 src.   [55],[119]
 bd.  About 1780; North Carolina
 dd.  Before 1860, age about 79; Pike County, Kentucky
 res.  USA
 src.   [55]; aka.  [55]
Spouses: 1, 2

Children (8):

Nancy BONER (1799 - 1860)
Hiram BONER (1810 - )
Martha Patsy BONER (1810 - 1849)
Delilah Lila BONER (1814 - 1900)
Rebecca BONER (1817 - )
Margaret Peggy BONER (1818 - 1880)
Elizabeth Betsey BONER (1823 - )
Sarah Sallie BONER (1826 - 1855)

Notes for Joseph BONER

Surname Boner, Boney or Bouney.
Revolutionary War soldier from North Carolina. In his pension application, Joseph Bouney stated he "was in the rear guard when Colonel Tarleton defeated Colonel Buford. He was there wounded on the head by a sword and fell and while lying in his gore the horsemen rode over him, trod on his right ankle and smashed it to pieces so that he has never recovered the right use of it." This occurred on 19 May 1780 at Waxhaws Creek, South Carolina, when Tarleton attacked Abraham Buford's Virginia forces who were retreating to Hillsboro, North Carolina, after the surrender of Charleston. The Americans who were not killed or wounded tried to surrender but were cut down with swords and bayonets. This event was known as the "Massacre of Waxhaws." [119]

Notes for Sarah MULLINS

Possibly Sally Mullins, although Sally might well have been a nickname.

Sources

55.  Book, Joseph T Daniels, 1988, Adkins of Eastern Kentucky and surrounding areas, Private publication, Library of Congress LC control #:88194814
119.  Email, Hugh Madden, 21 July 2018

Family record last updated: 27 July 2018


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