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eMail message titled "Re: Possible Errors"

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  • Name Title eMail message titled "Re: Possible Errors" 
    Author from Charles Binns 
    Date dated 1 November 2007 
    eMail Address 
    Source Type eMail Message 
    Location of Source Printed copy filed under Source 1521 
    Source ID S1521 
    Text In browsing through the Internet in search of anything relating to Charles BINNS I came across your site stating that a Charles BINNS was married to a Martha MOFFAT. I am a great-great grandson of a Charles Binns who married a Martha MOFFETT. Both came from Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia; they were married on 17 June 1819 in Leesburg, Virginia; they moved to Ross County, Ohio, where Charles Binns died on 8 April 1846; Martha, his wife died there on 25 March 1872; both are buried with several of their sons who died during the Civil War; the sons served in various regiments of the Ohio volunteer Infantry. At least three of their sons died from an assortment of diseases during the Civil War. One of their five sons who served during the war was my great-grandfather, Charles Binns.

    Charles, his wife Martha, and at least three of their sons are buried in the Moore Cemetery which is just west of Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio.

    This family had the following 10 children, listed in order of birth: John, Charles, Mary, Martha, Josiah, William, Douglas, James, Andrew, Simon.

    Josiah died in Marietta, GA, of Typhoid Fever
    James died at Barton Furnace, near Altoona , GA, of Typhoid Fever
    Andrew died in Chattanooga, TN of Pneumonia 
    Linked to Andrew Binns
    Charles Binns
    Charles Binns
    Douglas Binns
    James Binns
    John Binns
    Josiah Binns
    Martha Binns
    Mary Binns
    Simon Binns
    William Binns
    Martha Moffett
    Family/Spouse: Charles Binns / Martha Moffett 

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