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Re: CAPERS in America
Posted by: Ellison Capers IV Date: March 19, 2000 at 12:11:02
In Reply to: Re: CAPERS in America by Jay of 255

This early history of the Capers has been disproved. My uncle repeated the story as it was passed down from and early genealogist. The fact is that Richard arrived in Charleston in 1684 with his second wife and one son , William, by his first wife. William is my ancestor from Charleston. His half brothers Richard and Thomas located south of Charleston although Thomas did die in Charleston. Sorry about that! ECIV.


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