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His source: "War of 1812 Record." PARENTS: "Parents [of Benjamin D. Hare, Jr.'s site, with his permission–PS: this is not a line of his." 1812–SERVED IN THE WAR OF 1812 FROM NORTH CAROLINA: Per "Langfords & Lankfords in the Revolutionary War," (alphabetized by first name), compiled by Mr.
Robert Lankford, Sr., of Rutherford County, North Carolina (as posted at accessed , by shb), Benjamin D.
NEXT DOOR LIVES “NANCY MASON,” AGE SEVENTY-EIGHT, BORN IN VIRGINIA–HIS MOTHER WITH A SECOND MARRIED NAME?
HE IS AGE FIFTY-FOUR, “WORKS ON TURNPIKE,” BORN IN KENTUCKY, LIVING WITH WIFE “MARY,” AGE THIRTY-NINE, EIGHT CHILDREN, AND SOME MULATTO AND BLACK DOMESTICS, IN DOAKS PRECINCT, SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.
–shb 1870 CENSUS–“HENRY LANKFORD” IS BACK IN KENTUCKY.
Approximate time of migration based on birth states listed for Henry’s children, in the 1860 Census (see below). LANKFORD” IS AGE THIRTY-NINE, A “FARM LABORER,” BORN IN KENTUCKY, LIVING WITH WIFE, “MARY A,” AGE TWENTY-EIGHT, BORN IN KENTUCKY, AND FOUR CHILDREN, IN CENTER, HANCOCK, INDIANA. [ 16 MW At Home Kentucky [I think this is James–shb] , John 14 MW At Home Kentucky , Mary 12 FW Kentucky , Lucinda 10 FW Kentucky , Saml 6 MW Kentucky , Josephine 5 FW Kentucky , Thomas 2 MW Kentucky [Also in the household are two domestics who can’t read–one a mulatto, one is black–and a “Baby” (unnamed) is listed, age two months, who is black.
] MW Kentucky , Nancy 78 FW Keeping House 200 1500 Virginia 144/1415 Lankford, Henry 54 MW Works on Turnpike 250 Kentucky , Mary 39 FW Keeping House Kentucky , Malissa 17 FW At Home Kentucky , Jackson [?
Doaks Precinct, Shelby County, Kentucky Series M593, Roll 498, Page 479 Taken 143/1411 Mason, Ben 48 MW Farmer Kentucky , Peter 57 [?
–sure looks like a 10, at least for her, though his first number is blurred–shb] , Mary Wife WF June 1842 57 M10 Illinois NY W.
VA [This Richard, born in Kentucky, could fit into the family of my ancestor, Joseph Langford, whose earlier children were born in Kentucky, before he migrated to Indiana–shb.] 200/200 Langford, Joseph W.