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The Heflin Family Tree Genealogy

Heflin Family Ancestor
3rd Great Grandmother
Julian E. Heflin (1836-1876)
The Donald Scott Lee Heflin Family Pedigree
Donald Scott Lee (1945)
Mother
Marilyn Maxine Miller (1924-1996)
Grandmother
Jesse Jewel Heath (1905-1973)
Great Grandmother
Ella Maude Hopkins (1884-1976
2nd Great Grandmother
Mary E. Royse (1856-1890)
3rd Great Grandmother
Julian E. Heflin (1836-1876)
Heflin Family Ancestors and Genealogy
3 Great Grandmother
Julian Elizabeth Heflin
Julian Elizabeth Heflin was born in Kentucky in 1836. She married Frederick Royse (1832-1875) in Scioto, Ohio on September 8, 1853.1 Elizabeth and Frederick were living in Marion, Grundy County, Missouri with two children in 1860; Benjamin was two and Mary Elizabeth was four.2 Along the way six more children came along; William M., Ella, Ida, Eliza, Jesse and Clara. Julian’s mother was Susan Ambrose (1810-1850), who died at forty, and her father was William Heflin.
4th Great Grandfather
William Heflin (1799-1865)
William Heflin was born in Virginia in 1799.3 William’s father was William Buckhorn Heflin.
5th Great Grandfather
William Buckhorn Heflin (1773-1861)
William Buckhorn Heflin (1773-1861) of North Carolina, whose wife was Susanna.4 William and Susannah were married on November 4, 1799 in Granville, North Carolina. They both lived long lives into their mid-80’s.
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William Buckhorn Heflin

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William Buckhorn Heflin was born near Beaver Creek Dam, just north of Raleigh, North Carolina in 1773. Young William was part of a large family who lived up above the Beaver Creek Dam north of Raleigh. Back in those days, when William was born in 1773, things were reaching a boiling point between the colonist’s and the British. William’s first few years witnessed the cost of freedom and the making of a new nation.
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Painted by George Goodwin Kilburne in 1924.
Depicts the patriots passing along information regarding the British troop movements during the Revolutionary war era.
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References 1) Scioto County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1803-1860. 2) US Federal Census, 1860, Grundy County, Missouri. 3) US Federal Census, 1850, Fleming, Kentucky
Page Header Image Credits: ‘Forwarned is Forearmed’, painting by George Goodwin Kilburne (1839-1924); Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons contributor FA2010
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