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Posted by: Peyton Carter (ID *****9735) Date: November 26, 2013 at 05:21:44
In Reply to: Re: THOMAS AND JOHN CARTER OF AMELIA, VA by Holly Hampton of 22753

I saw the very nice chart you emailed to me regarding Griffin Carter. Unfortunately I don't think that the DNA kits associated with this chart line up to my DNA points.

Also, I have suspected that because Jane Carter was surety to the marriage of James Bell and Mason Wingo in 1818, the connection was on the Wingo side, as sureties seem to be normally on the bride's side.

The bond names Mason Wingo as the daughter of Allen Wingo, but the only Allen Wingo married Martha Hurt in 1808; I have not found an earlier marriage to date. This Allen is the son of John Washington Wingo (known as John Wingo DF). However, I have found more overlap with relations of John Wingo KW through the Morris family, although no Allen.

The Allen Wingo that married Martha Hurt had at least two children that married Bells:
1. Mary J. Wingo married David Bell in 1840 in Amelia
2. Obediah Wingo married Mary E. Bell in 1835 in Amelia

Mason Wingo Bell is found on the 1860 census living with the Orange family in Amelia. Not sure how the Orange family fits in.

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