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Re: Nicholas George--18th century VA
Posted by: Ellen Myers Date: April 29, 2001 at 09:52:37
In Reply to: Re: Nicholas George--18th century VA by Mike George of 6517


Yes, I have been to Nancy's webpage but even though my Reuben is listed there, there is still no parents for him. I'm beginning to believe that my Reuben was hatched! Nothing in his pension papers indicate who his parents might be. If you should come across anything on my Reuben George who married Elsy/Alsy Frazy in 1780, NJ and moved to Pendelton County, WV, then let me know! I know that these brick walls can be brought down as I did that on another family line and I wasn't even trying at the time!


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