Hillbillies & Vikings

This site is focused broadly on all descendants of John Denboe, an indentured servant who came to the Crown Colony of Maryland in about the year 1664. Also, it maintains a special emphasis on the descendants of John Denbow (1797-1862) and his brother Bazeleel (1795-1857), early pioneers in the hills of Southeastern Ohio, as well as the descendants of Jón Jónsson (1841-1934) of Dalasýsla, Iceland, who was an Icelandic immigrant to Canada and now has progeny throughout North America.


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Susan Sharps Notes:  During a skirmish at Poca Talico, Virginia, he was wounded in the upper part of the thigh by a ball and after being wounded remained exposed to the cold for a day or more before being taken by ambulance to General Hospital in Charleston, Virginia.  After a stay in the hospital he returned to his regiment at Camp Piatt near Charleston, but about two weeks after he rejoined his regiment he "'took sick with some sort of a fever" (he was on the rolls for December and January 1863) and was taken back to the hospital on February 22, 1863. He died of consumption in the hospital on March 23, 1863. Affidavits in the pension file indicate that before his war service Granville was, as his sister stated, "never sick a day in his life."  

Granville Bobo Death in Service.txt

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