Dorcas Bell, m. Samuel Love July 3rd, 1759. Descendants 1) Robert Love, b. August 23rd, 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia, and d. in Waynesville, N.C. July 17th 1845. he was married to Mary Ann Dillard Sept 11, the year 1783. Said Mary Ann Dillard was b. 21st day of September 1767, and d. on the
Copy of a letter received by Mrs. Margaret Hilliard from the Pension Department, Washington, D.C., and explains itself. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, Madam: Washington, D.C. Nov. 15, 1895 In response to your request for the military record of Robert Love, a soldier of the Revolutionary War, I have the honor to advise
Person Interviewed: Issac Adams Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma Place of Birth: Louisiana Age: 87 I was born in Louisiana, way before the War. I think it was about ten years before, because I can remember everything so well about the start of the War, and I believe I was about ten years old. My Mammy belonged
George Hilliard, lumber merchant and manufacturer, and member of Parliament for the west riding of the county of Peterboro,’ is a native of the county of Dundas, Ontario, and was born at Morrisburg, on the 28th of May, 1826. The family went into Great Britain from Normandy with William the Conqueror. Christopher Hilliard, the father
Corpl., Artly. Hdqrs. Co., 113th F. Artly., 30th Div.; from Nash County, N.C.; son of S. R. and S. E. Hilliard. Entered the service at Raleigh, N.C., July 28, 1917. Sent to Camp Sevier, S. C., and then transferred to Camp Mills, N. Y. Sailed for France May 25, 1918. Fought at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne,
Seaman, 2nd Class, U. S. N.; from Johnson County, N.C.; son of William and Mary Hilliard. Entered the service at Raleigh, N.C., May 21, 1918. Sent to Hampton Roads, Va. Served on U. S. S. “Vermont,” receiving ship, Norfolk, Va., and U. S. S. “Kansied.” Mustered out of the service at Hampton Roads, Va., Aug.
1st Class H. A., 5th Naval Dis.; son of Mr. J. W. and Mrs. Rosa Hilliard; of Johnson County. Husband of Estelle Hilliard. Entered service May 1, 1918, at Clayton, N.C. Sent to Annapolis Naval Hospital Oct. 2, 1918. Mustered out at Annapolis Naval Hospital, Feb. 3, 1919.
Albert A. Hilliard is a native of Harper County, son of the oldest living pioneer around Attica, and had made his mature years count chiefly in the field of banking, in which he had a broad experience. He is now cashier of the First National Bank of Attica. Mr. Hilliard was born in Harper County
George E. Hilliard, a well-known gun manufacturer and a leading citizen of Cornish, is a native of Claremont, where he was born August 26, 1838. He is descended from the Rev. Avery Hilliard, a Unitarian clergyman, who, coming to this country from England with his brother, resided for a time in Sutton, Mass., and afterward
Clayton B. Hilliard, a leading resident and native of South Cornish, was born November 26, 1863, son of Joseph and May (Bryant) Hilliard. His grandfather, Joseph Hilliard, Sr., was a farmer and carpenter and a prominent man in his day. In politics he was a Democrat and in religion a Baptist. His wife, Roxie Day