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"Cousin Book" by Edith Jackson Hankins [Part 2 of 4].

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Harry Franklin Bourland was born 1803 and married (2) Sallie E. He died in Madisonville, Kentucky and is buried at Grapevine Cem.

Matilda was born between 1800 and 1810 and married William Oldham in 1822.

Polley L., born June 11, 1807, married William P. Brown on October 3, 1825 and died May 25, 1863 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. Rev. John Bourland, Jr. was a primitive Baptist preacher. He died May 11, 1844 and Mary Loving died January 20, 1849. They are buried at Old Richland Cemetery, Hopkins County, Kentucky. John Bourland, Jr.'s borthers and sisters were probably: Rev. William, born about 1765, married Martha Slaton, daughter of John and Susanna and died July 6, 1806 in Morton's Gap.

Ebenezer J., born about 1768 in Virginia, married Abigail Loving and died Franklin County, Arkansas about 1842.

Benjamin Bourland, born January 6, 1779 in Wilkes County, North Carolina, married (1) Nancy (2) Martha. Benjamin died June 5, 1851 in Honey Grove, Texas.

Archibald, born between 1780 and 1790, married (1) Catherine (2) Matilda Martha Murray and died about 1850 in Christian County, Kentucky.

Presley B., married Anna.

Alexander, whose will was probated in Livingston County on July 27, 1811. This family was located in Salisbury District of North Carolina before the revoluntionary war and moved from Yadkin River Area of North Carolina to 96 District of Lauren County, South Carolina and to Pendleton District, South Carolina.