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Re: origin of the anson co gaddy family
Posted by: David W. Gaddy Date: August 24, 2001 at 02:46:16
In Reply to: Re: origin of the anson co gaddy family by Agnes Gaddy Adams of 950

These are the three names most often encountered as possible wives of Thomas ("Thomas II"), son of Thomas (Thomas I) and Lucie Gaddey/Gaddy, soldier in the Revolution and origin of "the Anson line." Millison/Millicent seems to me to have best supporting evidence of being wife, or last wife, and is the accepted DAR line. Otherwise, much is speculative and I regret that solid proof is lacking. I refer you to the treatment in the Gaddy book, "That Our Names May Be Written," which attempts to lay out the alternatives as I know them.


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