John Matrosa Hacker
Manessa (Spread) Hacker
m: in 1794, in VA
b: 1782 VA
d: 1835 IN
m: 05 Oct 1849,
in Claiborne Co, TN
is a British word that means
"woodcutter, a maker of
hacks, hoes, mattocks, picks, bills."
Much of the lineage info for this page
was provided by these two generous fellers:
B.R. &Helen(Asher) Howell
Levi &Alzy(Bundy) Howell
Theo &Maude(Hopkins) Smith
Pierce &Nannie(Bailey) Smith
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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from a woodcutter's tools graphic of unknown origin
and two paintings, both entitled "The Woodcutter,"
one from 1853 by Jean-Francois Millet,
one from 1879 by Camille Pissarro.
Bark bars created from a graphic of unknown origin.
Mattock graphics are of unknown origin.