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From: Diann williams <>
Subject: [QUEEN] GA Queens
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 13:00:40 -0500
Thanks to a number of researchers, Union County GA web page (with lots
of census data), etc. the GA data is piling up. Of particular interest
are possible links between the Pattons, Queens, Dysarts of NC/GA.
Especially interested in Samuel Queen who was in NC Haywood 1820-30,
then vanishes. But, a Samuel Queen with the same family profile appears
out of nowhere in GA in 1840....10 yrs older and 10 yrs later. Is this
a connect? Maybe yes, maybe no. Still looking.
The 1840 census for Habersham Co GA show Hugh, Joseph, and Samuel Queen
The 1840 census for Rabun Co. GA show Henson and William Queen.
The 1850 census for Rabun Co. GA show Daniel, Hence, Hugh, Martha,
Nicy, and William Queen.
The 1860 Census for Rabun Co. GA. show William, Samuel, and Hugh Queen.
The 1840 census for Union Co. GA show Pleasant Queen.
The 1850 census for Union Co. GA show Pleasant, Moses, Lewis, Issac and
The 1860 census for Union Co. GA show Alfred, Issac, James C., and
Other counties are listed such as Fannin, Forsyth, Walton, Fulton,
Chesham, Chatham and Burk Co. GA.
Was or is Burke Co. and (271) Waynesboro in GA? That is what the census