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Re: EDWARD GASCOIGNE 1603 England
Posted by: carlie grove lewis Date: February 03, 2000 at 10:17:41
In Reply to: EDWARD GASCOIGNE 1603 England by Laura Gaskill Hager of 445

Do you have info on a James Gaskill who married Mary McCollom 1803. I desend form Edward Gascogne. He and two brothers emmigrated to America. It was Edward's line that changed to the spelling Gaskill. Thomas' line to the spelling Gaskins. On my gg grandfather's marriage record it is spelled James Gaskins. His Land Records and his Will has James Gaskill. He was known in his community (Bainbridge,Paxton,Ross,Ohio) as James Gaskill. He was also a Sunday Class Leader in the Methodist Church as James Gaskill in 1818 in the same place. I suppose the Clermont County Ohio Gaskins are Thomas' Line with the Gaskins spelling. I would be interested in getting any more info from you on the Gaskill Line. James Gaskill's daughter Mary married William Grove in 1843 in Bainbridge. William was born there in 1815. Hope this helps ypu and any other researchers.

Carlie


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