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Re: Women's rights to dispose of property by will
Posted by: Eva Myrick (ID *****8209) Date: December 30, 2004 at 21:19:39
In Reply to: Women's rights to dispose of property by will by Barry Wood of 701

You know you profess or try to profess knowledge about every subject that you read. I have read all your posting that you have made in reference to others. It's like you know everything and are not even open to anything different than what you believe to be true.
Until I sat you straight about some of the Hufford family, you had them all down wrong. You were just guessing and believing in some book that had been written about the Hufford families of America that is obviiously flawed.
You need to read up more on Matilda Bickley. The English records indeed support what I have posted here in my last posting.
I am guessing if I said that I was the King of England myself and could prove it you would say that I am wrong because you were him yourself with nothing to back it up.
You can say anything, and we all know it. By saying you have a law degree doesn't mean a thing to the rest of us out here doing research. Anyone can say I have a law degree.
Since there are many posting, that there was a will for John Hufford and it was recorded in Woodford Co, Kentucky when it comes right down to it,and ask to share, now there is not one.
To get back to the subject of female biology, it is for certain you are not one and know less than you think. The change of life to say in the female usually starts mid to late 50s. As most women can tell you. Or are you an expert on that too?
There have been many woman going through the change that have had babies way after their pervious children are grown. It is common place. So the idea still of Elizabeth Hufford unable to bare child after the age of 46 does not have to mean she couldn't or didn't.
Dealing with you, I have found that you know far less about the Hufford family than you profess to know. And you have a number of people believing what ever you say. The lazy ones who want to connect the the Hufford clan without taken the time to do their own research. It is apparent by some of your posting back to me that you don't know much about John and Elizabeth Stihl-Huffords family.
I search and search records and connect as much family as I can and back it all up with documentation. I am open to anyone willing to share. I post information that I find. I have posted many times on ancestry' data base of persons looking for information on their family, if I have their missing information, ie who they married, marriage dates and their children if they have an incomplete family down.
Most are grateful to recieve the information. I have had only one person that did not like me posting on their site about their family and told me so, you just guess which family group that was? The Hufford family.
Nothing against any Hufford family member, in which I am ONE, but some seem to know it all and are not open to documents disproving their data.

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