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Samuel Houston Hankins
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Birth: Jan. 18, 1843
Death: Jan. 19, 1916

Married:
1st Sarah Jane Lawrence 1841-1882
2nd Livicey J Langston 1843-1889
3rd Alcie B Walker 1855-1897
4th Bette Maddox 1845-?.

He was a CSA POW. Parolled on 06 June 1865 at Talladega, AL.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Stephens G Hankins (1805 - 1870)
  Nancy Burrow Hankins (1807 - 1877)
 
 Spouses:
  Sarah Jane Lawrence Hankins (1841 - 1882)
  Lavica Jeridia Langston Hankins (1843 - 1889)*
 
 Children:
  Mary Frances Hankins South (1865 - 1901)*
  Angaline Hankins Brown (1866 - 1914)*
  Rebecca Jane Hankins Mosley (1868 - 1915)*
  Cassa Permelia Hankins South (1868 - 1950)*
  Annie Hankins Cunningham (1871 - 1917)*
  Stephen Washington Hankins (1872 - 1943)*
  Sarah Elizabeth Hankins Walker (1874 - 1955)*
  John Franklin Hankins (1877 - 1947)*
  Isaac Benton Hankins (1900 - 1975)*
 
 Siblings:
  Joel Smith Hankins (1832 - 1903)**
  Malinda Elizabeth Hankins Smith (1832 - 1904)**
  Isham Green Hankins (1834 - 1862)**
  David Crockett Hankins (1836 - 1883)**
  Milley Jane Hankins Barnes (1837 - 1878)**
  Cassa Hankins Oakes (1840 - 1881)*
  Samuel Houston Hankins (1843 - 1916)
  William Burton Hankins (1846 - 1910)*
  Shelby Allen Hankins (1849 - 1922)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Oakes Chapel Cemetery
Lamar County
Alabama, USA
 
Created by: nut4genealogy
Record added: May 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37437435
Samuel Houston Hankins
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Samuel Houston Hankins
Added by: Ken Robertson
 
Samuel Houston Hankins
Added by: Ken Robertson
 
 
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 15, 2014

- Hutch
 Added: Dec. 9, 2012
 
 
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