One more time!! If Sarah was born in 1748 she would have been 32 years old when her father died, and could NOT have been a Minor in 1780. IF she was a minor in 1780 as the will states, she had to be born after 1759... Even if born in 1748 or 1759 she was still pretty much the SAME age as John Graces children - how could she raise them? If she married him after 1780 his kids would have already been grown.
She would have been more likely to marry Jr instead of Sr.. Think about it..
No I am not from this line - and yes I don't know what I'm talking about - but its still true that you can't fit a square peg into a round hole..
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