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Margaret Lindsey
Generation: J | ID: 1192 | Lifespan: Undetermined Updated: 11 Dec 2011
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Margaret Lindsey
Marriages of Margaret Lindsey
Images Spouse Date of Marriage Certificate Location of Marriage
Washington James 21 Dec 1844 Edmonson County, Kentucky, USA
Lewis Mathew Hazelip 4 Dec 1854 Edmonson County, Kentucky, USA
MARRIAGE NOTES: I am not entirely certain of this marriage. According to the Edmonson Co., KY, Genweb Marriage Index, a Margaret Lindsey married a Washington James in December 22, 1844. Margaret Lindsey also married a Washington James on the same day. Either the transcription is erroneous or there were two certificates--one to correct the other.

In any event, the Death Certificate of Josephine Hazelip Smith states that her father was Lewis Hazelip and her mother's "maiden name" was Margaret Lindsey.

In the Edmonson Co., KY, Genweb Marriage Index, Lewis Hazelip married a Margaret James on December 4, 1854. What I gather from this is that Margaret married, first, Washington James. Ten years later, she married Lewis Hazelip, and she did so under the last name from her first marriage.

Lewis Hazelip filed for divorce from Margaret Lindsey James on 31 March 1858.
Children of Margaret Lindsey
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Josephine Hazelip (10 Jan 1855 - 10 Apr 1931) Lewis Mathew Hazelip
Eliza Hazelip (ABT 1857 - UNK) Lewis Mathew Hazelip
Siblings of Margaret Lindsey
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Detailed Primary Information for Margaret Lindsey
Gender: Female
Generation: J
Added: 1 Jan 2009
Last Updated: 11 Dec 2011
Living: False
Primary Notes: This person was identified via her daughter's Death Certificate.
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Additional Notes for Margaret Lindsey
Database Note No: 157
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed.,
1885, Edmonson County.

L. M. HAZELIP was born in Edmonson County, Ky., July 28, 1832. He is the sixth in a family of ten boys and six girls born to Merry and Jane (Stranger) Hazelip. He was reared on a farm, and at the age of twenty began life for himself. He worked one year for his brother, and then commenced farming on his own account, which he followed for about four years. He then engaged at shoemaking at Brownsville, which trade he followed for two years; then attended Camden Seminary, Barren County, for five months, after which he returned home and attended school three months. He then taught three terms of three months each - two terms in Allen County and one term in Edmonson. Later he commenced the study of law with Veachel H. Jones at Glasgow, Ky., and was admitted to the bar in 1862. He commenced the practice of his profession at Brownsville, where he still continues, meeting with good success. Mr. Hazelip's home is on a farm one and a quarter miles west of Brownsville. He owns 500 acres, about 225 of which are under cultivation. By his first marriage, which occurred in 1854, two daughters were born. His second marriage took place in 1868, with Ester J. Madison, who has borne him six children - three boys and three girls. Mr. Hazelip was elected county attorney in 1863, and afterward served two terms by appointment. He was elected to the State Legislature in 1867, and served one term; was elected county judge in 1874, and served two terms. Politically he is a Republican. Mrs. Hazelip is a member of the Baptist Church.
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