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Re: John Donnally and Paul Garrison at the Knob in Augusta Va 1700s
Posted by: marti (ID *****1735) Date: September 19, 2009 at 14:40:19
In Reply to: Re: John Donnally and Paul Garrison at the Knob in Augusta Va 1700s by lillian J. Donnally of 56

Hi, again, Lillian...I have been pondering this since I read your posts. It was believed that Paul Sr. was dead by the end of the RW although I had no opinion on that since I didn't find a record that showed he was....although I probably progressed with the idea that he WAS dead so now that you have given us other known areas to research in, perhaps he was not dead so early. He would have been born about 1711 if he is the Paul from Baltimore that I am using for research. I also realize that I was thinking of Paul Sr. and his wife Margaret in the case of the witnesses for the document in Camden in late 178os and likley that was Paul Jr. and either a daughter Margaret which I had thought possible before or he also married a Margaret. Paul Sr. COULD have been alive and if you all do not have actual information of Margaret Donnally Garrison's death, I guess she could have been as well. I guess some reassessment will be in order for descendants of Paul as we find info in the places you mentioned. Thanks!

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