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Nathaniel Guyton, Jr.
Submitted by: Michael Guyton Warsaw@bayou.com
Nathaniel Guyton, Junior was one of seven children born to Nathaniel and
Sarah Guyton. His brother and sisters included Mary who married William
Tate, Hannah who never married, Amy (Emy) Anne married John Crittenden,
Isaac married Elizabeth, Jacob married Unknown possible Anna, and John who
married Ruth. Nathaniel, Jr. was born between 1778 and 1780 in South
Carolina. Itís not known for sure but he was probably born on his fatherís
farm, which was located at Smithís Ford, 96th District, South Carolina.
Smithís Ford is located in present day Cherokee County, South Carolina.
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