Mary Hamilton or Hambleton was born 1745 in Virginia, United States to Arthur Hamilton (1709-1790) and Martha Kinkade (1710-1780) and died 1818 Grove Level, Franklin County, Georgia, United States of unspecified causes. She married Moses Sanders (1742-1817) .


Mary Hamilton (or Hambleton) was the wife of Reverend Moses Sanders a plantation farmer and founder of several early Baptist churches in Banks County, Georgia. The name of her brother William Hamilton/Hambleton appears next to her husband in many of the 1770's North Carolina Land Grant and Court Records for Anson County.

  • Reverend Moses Sanders : who died 29 March 1817 by Hurst, Elden Grant, 1922-2003 - Description: Moses Sanders married Mary Hambleton. He lived in Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. They had seven children. He died in 1817 in Georgia. Includes Sanderson and related families. Family History Library, FamilySearch International; (Search by Book Title) Title Number: 2030860
  • Tombstone for Rev Moses Sanders - FindAGrave Memorial #25009501


Offspring of Reverend Moses Sanders and Mary Hamilton (1745-1818)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Aaron Sanders (1769-1854) 1769 Virginia, United States 17 August 1854 Unknown (-1817) Unknown (-1817) Morning Thompson (1795-1885)
Moses Sanders (1771-1847) 1771 North Carolina, United States 12 January 1847 Franklin County, Georgia, United States Mary Elizabeth Harris (1766-1845)
Sarah Sanders (1773-1862) 15 May 1773 North Carolina, United States 19 November 1862 Bedford, Tennessee, United States Obadiah Hooper (1751-1817)
David Sanders (1775-1815) 1775 Iredell County, North Carolina 11 January 1815 Bedford County, Tennessee Mary Allred (1783-1820)
Jones Sanders (1777-) 1777 Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, United States
Nancy Sanders (1778-) 1778 Anson, Iredell County, North Carolina 1807 Richard Tyler Mauldin (1760-1860)
Joel Sanders (1779-) 1779 Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, United States Easter Burnett (1780-)
Amos Sanders (1783-) 1783 Anson, Iredell County, North Carolina Barshaba Pendergrass (1783-1850)



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