Linton Marriages

The following are Linton marriages I have found throughout the years.

  • Linton, Greenberry married Mary Edmonds May 5, 1827, in Campbell County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Benjamin C. married Caroline Newton June 24, 1841, in Nelson County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Moses married Mrs. Margaret Kennedy September 5, 1850, in Nelson County, Kentucky
  • Linton, William married Mary Hagan June 12, 1838, in Nelson County, Kentucky
  • Linton, George married Sarah Gray February 11, 1818, in Shelby County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Benjamin C. married Martha Hays April 19, 1828, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, John H. married Juliet Ann Green January 16, 1837, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Moses L. married Anna R. Booker October 10, 1837, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, William married Eliza Lyon Moran April 5, 1817, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Benjamin married Peggy T. Parrott February 11, 1802, in Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Linton, Benjamin married Lucy Crewdson April 29, 1805, in Fluvanna County, Virginia
  • Linton, Peyton married Jenny Ellison March 5, 1827, in Franklin County, Kentucky
  • Linton, George married Elizabeth Adiddle May 14, 1791, in Frederick County, Virginia
  • Linton, Joseph married Maria Jane Davis November 11, 1823, in Henrico County, Virginia
  • Linton, Moses married Nancy Pead December 17, 1800, in Orange County, Virginia
  • Linton, Mary married William Douglas January 22, 1830, in Bath County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Elizabeth married John G. Smith October 26, 1837, in Campbell County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Elizabeth married John Parrott April 26, 1835, in Green County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Milly L. married John L. Edwards October 13, 1831, in Logan County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Nancy M. married John Mize July 20, 1835, in Logan County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Frances married James Hagan May 29, 1838, in Nelson County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Nancy M. married Johnathan Edwards July 20, 1829, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Jane married Basil Green December 5, 1844, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Susan Ann married James Hayner December 25, 1849, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Susan married Daniel Mock January 9, 1838, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Susan married Young W. Moran October 14, 1844, in Washington County, Kentucky
  • Linton, Sophia married Jacob Paul September 22, 1797, in Accomack County, Virginia
  • Linton, Nancy married Franklin Edwards June 12, 1800, in Fauquier County, Virginia
  • Linton, Nancy married Fielding Phillips February 5, 1790, in Fauquier County, Virginia
  • Linton, Jane Harrison married David Edgar May 20, 1805, in Monroe County, Virginia
  • Linton, Frances married Thomas Lowry December 29, 1803, in Monroe County, Virginia
  • Linton, Mary married John Remy April 6, 1740, in Stafford County, Virginia

2 responses to “Linton Marriages

  1. Hi Phyllis: I was looking through your Linton marriages below and my g-g-grandfather’s name is reported here as HAYNES (married Susan Linton but it is HAYNER. Thought you might want to make that correction in your records. Susan is the one that you helped on a few months ago. We most probably determined that her parents were Benjamin Clark Linton and Martha Eleanor Hays daughter of William R. Hays and Susan Ann Hayden. Hope you are doing well. I’m doing a lot of research in Washington Co., right now involving members of the Hayner and Young families including Deb Lowe who lives in Danville and Rob Young in Indiana. Have made some great strides recently. Seems if you totally immerse yourself in it you can reall y come up with a lot more than if you just do a little at a time here and there. Valerie Hayner Auld

    • Thanks, Valerie! When I typed that I thought that should be different – but I was going by a handwritten list of mine from years ago! I’ll make the change now! Glad you are making headway with your Lintons and Hayners! I know Deb Lowe – through Farmer’s Bank! I know she’s a genealogist, but haven’t had much time to connect with her lately! Always too much to do!

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