Zacharia Waters and Kitty Hawker

Submitted by: Bill F. Waters

HUSBAND: Zacharia Waters
Birth: 1750
Where: Pomfret, England
Death: 1809
Where: Lincoln County, Kentucky
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Married Where: Leeds England


WIFE: Kitty Hawker
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Where: England
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Where: Kentucky
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CHILDREN

Child  1: William C. Waters
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Child  2: Peyton C. Waters
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Child  3: John C. Waters
Birth: 1785
Where: Maryland
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Marriage: April 08, 1806
Where: Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky
Spouse: Rebecca Smith


Child 4: Mary Waters
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Spouse: David Elder

Child 5: Joseph Waters
Birth: January 04, 1773
Where: near Baltimore Maryland
Death: March 10, 1842
Where: Union Cemetery, Pisgah, Illinois, Morgan County
Marriage: November 27, 179
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Spouse: Celia Sweeney

Child 6: Martha Waters
Birth: 1776-1778 
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Documentation:  Enos Waters, Waters, Enos Notes, (Hand written note from Grandfather Zacharia to son Enos describing family 2/11/1889). Gravesite of Joseph in Pisgah, Illinois.

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