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 Andrew Macajah Hughes

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Andrew Macajah Hughes

Birth
South Carolina, USA
Death
8 Sep 1848 (aged 93)
Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
Burial
Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
Memorial ID
42051520 View Source

American Revolutionary Soldier, South Carolina Militia

Pickens Cemetery info Fieldstone is clearly engraved "MH". Traditionally considered to be a Revolutionary War soldier. No reference in Moss, but that is not conclusive. In the Old Pendleton District Genealogical Database, there is an Andrew Micajer Hughes that fits, b. 4 Apr 1755, d. 1 Sep 1843. h/o Obedience "Biddy" Sumner, b. 1765, d. 1829. Both are recorded as being buried in Pickens Cemetery. There is an Andrew Hughes in Moss' book, p. 471. This will work, but is it right. I think so, but it was unusual for people to use their middle name in that era.

American Revolutionary Soldier, South Carolina Militia

Pickens Cemetery info Fieldstone is clearly engraved "MH". Traditionally considered to be a Revolutionary War soldier. No reference in Moss, but that is not conclusive. In the Old Pendleton District Genealogical Database, there is an Andrew Micajer Hughes that fits, b. 4 Apr 1755, d. 1 Sep 1843. h/o Obedience "Biddy" Sumner, b. 1765, d. 1829. Both are recorded as being buried in Pickens Cemetery. There is an Andrew Hughes in Moss' book, p. 471. This will work, but is it right. I think so, but it was unusual for people to use their middle name in that era.

Gravesite Details

Contributor Tom Hughes sent me a correction on the date of 01 Aug 1843


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