The Robesonian Aug 20 1873 Lumberton NC

“ A man by the name of Joseph Hinson familiarly known as Fighting Joe, the mail carrier between Wadesboro and Salisbury, was found dead in his buddy on Thursday last. The horse went up to a gentleman’s gate on the route and stopped, when some of the family went out to the buggy and discovered Hinson lying on the seat dead. He was about 30 or 35 years old andwhen last seen alive appeared to be in robust health. His home was in Montgomery County.”

The Robesonian Feb 3, 1897

“ Seminole War Captain. Capt. Haley T. Blocker, a captain in the Seminole war, died at Tuscaloosa, Florida. He was born in Endgefield District, SC April 2, 1818 and moved to Florida about the year of 1869. He was also a captain in the Confederate Army.”

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Author of 100+ genealogy books. Owner of 8 genealogy websites available by subscription. https://georgiapioneers.com/subscribe/subscribe.html

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