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Re: Isabel Leybourne or Lilbourne
Posted by: Hallie Hutton Martin (ID *****0610) Date: March 22, 2004 at 08:17:51
In Reply to: Re: Isabel Leybourne or Lilbourne by Margaret Ward of 30

Dear Margaret,

Thank you for your response. All I know about Ruth Laiburn is that she was in York Co., Pennsylvania in 1773. Ruth, wife of Charles Hutton stated on an affidavit in later years that she was acquainted with George Hutton in York County two years before the Revolutionary War. This affidavit was part of George's Revolutionary War pension application file. I do not know if Ruth and Charles were married in the states or arrived already married. I have not been able to locate any information on Charles or his brother George prior to 1773 in York Co., Pennsylvania. George and Charles are both my 5th great-grandfathers. Charles and Ruth's daughter Mary married George's son Charles P. Hutton.

I had thought at one time that my Hutton line might be connected to the Thomas Hutton who married Rachel Marchant Leybourne in Ireland. Rachel was the widow of Joseph Laybourne who was born abt 1656 at Blake Hadley, Duraham Co., England. DNA tests proved that this is not my Hutton line. So I am back to the drawing board on my Huttons.

I am hoping that if I find who Ruth Laiburn is maybe it will help decided who my Hutton's are. In Charles Hutton's will he refers to his wife as Rutha. The name Ruhama is a name that has been carried down through several generation of Charles and Ruth's descendents. Ruth's name could have been Ruhama.


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