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d. bef 10 Dec 1783 Abt 9 miles south of Natchez Fort 
on property patented in Pensacola, Florida by Fredrich Shenk and 
wife Sarah PARRISH
Shenk.  250A on Second Creek
Sarah PARRISH Shenk Nancy (Lucy) - md. 
Sarah (Sally); 
- The Natchez Court Records, 1767-1805 Abstracts of
Early Records. p 21, Book A; p 461 Book D p 477 Claim No. 1391
Susan BONNER Kennard -
1740-1830 Settled two Spanish Land 
Grants east of Natchez in
1783 which were confirmed 
in 1789.  These grants were 
for 1000 acres near
Washington and St. Catherine Creek
Mary Anne (Unknown) Joseph;
Sara Ann;
Nancy Ann;
George Jr.;
Mary Ann;
Prescilla Ann;
George Killian held two British Crown Land Grants near Morganton,
Burke Co., NC and served 
as a Captain of a Mounted Rifle Company in
Joseph McDowell's Burke County Militia, seeing 
action at Cowpens, King's
Mountain, Ramsour's Mill 
and Yorktown in the Revolutionary War.  The
family was Protestant. 
George moved his family 
to Natchez in 1782-1783
by coming down the Mississippi River.  In 
1804, George and most 
of his family moved to St. Helena Ph., LA and 
achieved 4000 acres of Spanish Land Grants near Montpelier, St. Helena Ph., LA.
Orignal Research. 
Ed R. Killian, 
"George Killian, 1740-1830, 
Son of Andreas"
Ed R. Killian -
b abt 1780 
New Jersey
d 1838 
St Helena Parish, LA
Natchez, Adams Co; 1790s
Holmesville, Boque Chitto, 
Pike County; abt 1810
Sofia (Jacoby) James John C.;
James Harvey;
Ketura King Ballard;
Catherine King Carnes;
(Possible) Elizabeth;
War of 1812
Notary Public and 
Justice of the Piece
Natchez Court Records, 1791
Census records of Pike County 1810/1820
David Fletcher -
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