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Re: William & Elizabeth
Posted by: Richard Imes (ID *****4887) Date: August 30, 2008 at 10:42:49
In Reply to: Re: William & Elizabeth by stephen austin of 741

No have not at this point in my research seen nor read “Anne Arundel county Gentry”, but have heard about this publication. I will take you up on your offer to send me copies you have scanned. I’m also involved presently in researching the genealogy of the original William, born Stratton, Cornwall, England, died 1703 in Anne Arundel County, MD. It can become very confusing as there were/are so many William, Richard, Elizabeth’s etc., to search through. Also many conflicting dates of births and deaths and maiden names. In my ancestry line I find no Richard (1745 - 1825) and Richard (1781/7 - 1829 and or a George (1819 - 1876). Does this get confusing or what? You might check with and post your question on these other four Iames, Iams, Iiams and Ijams Genealogy Forum sites. Richard


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