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Re: Isaac Newton Bowman of Woodstock Virginia
Posted by: Amanda Bowman (ID *****7419) Date: March 20, 2011 at 11:41:28
In Reply to: Re: Isaac Newton Bowman of Woodstock Virginia by Norma McInturff of 7813

Did you check out Jacob Hite's line? I only know of Joist Hite but when talking about Isaac Syndor it said to see Jacob Hite's line.
This is a small blurb about Jacob Hite's family:

Though the feud between Hite and Stephen was extremely bitter, it was never resolved. Stephen headed off to fight in the American Revolutionary War and shortly after the printing of Stephen's rebuttal of Hite's accusations, Hite was killed by a band of Cherokee Indians upon returning to his new home in South Carolina.[10]

Dateline, Williamsburg, Aug 30, 1776, passing along news from Mr. William Harrison, that "Captain John Hingston, with a number of settlers, arrived at Licking creed, near the Kentucky...Mr. Harrison likewise informs, that Mr. Jacob Hite, who lately removed from Berkeley county to the neighbourhood of the Cherokee country, with his family and a large parcel of negroes, were murdered at his own house by those savages, with most of his slaves, and his wife and children carried off prisoners; his son, who was in the Cherokee country, was likewise murdered. The Shawnee, Delawares, and Mingoes, had not met our commissioners, although two expresses had been sent to them for that purpose...".[11]

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