I'd appreciate it of you'd explain the reasons for your doubts. There were, after all, FIVE children on the 1830 census with William and Ann Jacobs Battles, and only one of those can be accounted for by those living with them as of the 1850 census. (I'm perfectly willing to change my theory to accommodate the facts, by the way; I'd really like to know your reasons so I can see how that fits in with what I know, and what you may know that I don't.)
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