Index for Boykin-Cahn-Freeman-Hunter Genealogy





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Alex Haley's Roots, sparked greater interest in Black family genealogy. We start with ourselves and go down ;  two generations to  our eight grandparents. . Life is a race to death. The index of persons included in our genealogy are antecedents and descendants> who completed the race. . We trace the Hunter family back to the slave owners who came from Holland and gave the name  Kuykendall to a great grandmother. Her husband Abram Hunter and his brothers were Civil War Soldiers and their names are engraved on the African American Civil war monument> at the U Street Cardozo Green Line Metro Stop in Washington D.C.   We trace the  Boykin family back to Clay County Mississippi; The Cahn family back to Donaldsonville Louisiana; and  the Freeman family back to Piedmont, West Virginia.

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Harry Cahn

William Freeman

Henderson Hunter0

Lucy Boykin nee Cannon

Lavinia Cahn Nee Lotten

Ellen Freeman Nee Pannell

Josephine Hunter nee Fleming

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