Hannah Debough Sharp

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Hannah Debough Sharp (Fulkerson)

Birthplace: Lee County, Virginia, United States
Death: September 04, 1848 (79)
Warren, Missouri, United States
Place of Burial: Warren, Marion County, Missouri, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Capt. James Fulkerson and Mary Fulkerson
Wife of Benjamin Sharp
Mother of Col John Debos Sharp; Hannah Dorchester Callahan; Malinda M. Sharp; Margaret J. Hamilton; James F. Sharp and 7 others
Sister of Isaac D. Fulkerson; Frederick Debough Fulkerson; Thomas Fulkerson; James Fulkerson; Dinah Fulkerson and 6 others

Managed by: Geoffrey David Trowbridge
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About Hannah Debough Sharp

Daughter of James Fulkerson and Mary Van Hook, Hannah Fulkerson married Benjamin Sharp circa 1787. In 1816 they moved their family to Missouri and settled on a farm in [what later became Warren County, Missouri] Warren Co., 3 miles east of Pinckney. In 1818 this area was reorganized as Montgomery Co., and Benjamin became clerk of the County and Circuit courts - a log cabin was built in his yard and this served as the court house. They had 12 children, all born in Virginia: James F., John D., Polly, Jacob L., Catherine E., Attosa P., Hannah D., Peter L., Elvira E., Malinda M., Margaret J., and Benjamin F. (Descendants of Captain James Fulkerson).

Virginia, Marriages, 1660-1800 Report issue Name: Benjamin Sharp Spouse: Hannah Fulkerson Marriage Date: 16 Nov 1786 Marriage Location: Washington County, Virginia* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Oct 1 2018, 6:33:03 UTC

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Hannah Debough Sharp's Timeline

June 5, 1769
Lee County, Virginia, United States
January 4, 1788
Washington, Virginia, Usa
June 1, 1789
Washington, Virginia, Usa
September 12, 1793
Lee County, Virginia, USA
October 8, 1797
Belle Haven, Accomack County, Virginia, United States
February 24, 1799
Lee County, Virginia, USA
February 28, 1802
Lee County, Virginia, USA
March 27, 1804
Lee County, Virginia, United States
November 7, 1806