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Re: Unsolved Coltharp mysteries
Posted by: Jean McCoy (ID *****0986) Date: August 13, 2002 at 15:47:40
In Reply to: Re: Unsolved Coltharp mysteries by Patty W. of 414

We "think" our Richard White, b abt 1721, who named in his will filed in Loudoun co, Va 1817, that his wife's name was Rebekah, was mar to Rebekah Coltharp. Does anyone have an index listing this name? One of their sons was William B White who mar Mary Haworth, who had a son Richard White that mar Elizabeth COLTHARP. Before 1800, many of these Whites were in Tn...Hawkins Co, Jefferson Co, and Greene, and one in McMinn. Younger generations moved on into Ala and Ms and Ga. The names stick together in their migrations. You might consider White as a maiden name for some of your mysteries. Eliz C. and Richard White had a son Thomas who mar Nancy Morris and went to Illinois. Other names connected to White, were Haworth, Payne, Scarborough, Nixon,Gibson, Hamner, McMillan, Slaughter, Adcock, York...who are "always around." JeanW

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